Embraer Phenom 300

Embraer Phenom 300

Embraer Phenom 300 profile, including current pricing, manufacturing dates, cabin size and passenger capacity, range, speed, baggage space, fractional ownership, and jet card options

Embraer Phenom 300 Facts

Brazilian manufacturer Embraer’s Phenom 300 held the title of the best-selling light private jet in the world from 2011 to 2017, providing seating up to eight (although configurations include six and seven-seat plans) and extended range. The final numbers for 2019 haven’t been announced.

It is now succeeded by the Phenom 300E with advanced avionics and cabin systems, although both share the same dimensions.

The Phenom 300 is widely available in both fractional ownership and leases and jet cards, with NetJets, Flexjet, Airshare, Nicholas Air, Magellan Jets, and others offering the type.

The price for a used Phenom 300 begins at around $7.5 million, according to Controller, although as of Jan. 2022, only 12 were on the market.

Manufacturing Dates

Production Start: 2009; Phenom 300E from 2018

Production End: 2017 for Phenom 300

Last Delivery: Currently in production

The light jet Phenom 300 followed the Phenom 100 very light jet and is now succeeded by the Phenom 300E in the Embraer family.

Fleet Size

Embraer has delivered 530 Phenom 300s as of January, of which 70 are Phenom 300Es

Cabin Category

Light Jet

Phenom 300 Cabin Size and Passengers

Phenom 300
The best selling Embraer 300 light jet configuration above is offered by NetJets.

Height: 4.92 feet

Width: 5.08 feet

Length: 17.17 feet

Seating Capacity: 6 to 9 varies by operator


Full: 1,811 nautical miles

Four Passengers: 2,077 nautical miles


Maximum Cruise Speed: 444 mph

Normal Cruise Speed: 430 mph

Long-Range Cruise Speed: 383 mph

Baggage Space

19 cubic feet internal; 66 cubic feet external


Fractional Ownership – Yes

Dedicated Jet Card – Yes


Used Phenom 300s are listed starting at $7.6 million. The current list price for the Phenom 300E starts at $10.5 million.

Other Embraer models currently in production

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Phenom 300E

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Legacy 450

Legacy 500

Praetor 500

Praetor 600

Legacy 650E

Lineage 1000E

XO is adding quality tiers to its jet card and on-demand charter options; plans to buy more aircraft


XO plans to expand both fixed and dynamic pricing jet memberships to Europe by 2020

With the “heavy lifting” of the XOJET-JetSmarter integration behind it, Vista Global chairman Thomas Flohr tells Private Jet Card Comparisons the company will roll out memberships for its rebranded XO in Europe as early as second quarter 2020.

Additionally, the company is making a major change in how it sells both on-demand private jet charter as well as pricing options for its dynamic pricing jet card membership programs.

Buying a jet card? Remember, there are options for cabin size or picking a specific aircraft type

Will any light jet do, or would it be better to have a specific type such as the Embraer Phenom 300?

While there are many variables that separate the over 300 jet cards in the Private Jet Card Comparisons database – over 65 in fact, one difference means a lot to some people and nothing to others.

However, for both types of buyers, choosing the wrong type of program can make for a less than enjoyable experience despite the provider’s overall merits. Figuring it out before you sign can both save you money and make sure the program fits your mission needs.

There are essentially two ways that available aircraft are structured for fixed-rate (and usually guaranteed availability) programs by jet card providers.

One is by cabin-class or size. When buying into a cabin class you are assured of getting an aircraft in that class or larger if you are lucky enough be upgraded based on operational needs.

The other is by specific aircraft make or type, for example, you are buying into an Embraer Phenom 300. So while the provider may let you fly in other types, you know when you want a Phenom 300, you’re going to get a Phenom 300 and not some other type of light jet.

These are the fastest Light Jets

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While it’s true light jets typically aren’t as fast as larger private jets, there are more than two dozen light jets that have a maximum cruise speed exceeding 500 miles per hour

If you want to fly by light jet – because you don’t need the range, passenger, or baggage capacity of larger private jets, you don’t necessarily have to give up speed. In addition to more than two dozen light jets that have maximum cruise speeds exceeding 500 miles per hour, the Cessna Citation Excel/XLS and Bombardier Learjet 40/45 series, which technically are midsize jets but are often sold in light jet programs, also can fly you at 500 + miles per hour.

Choosing The Right Jet Card

Specific to true light jets, Dassault’s Falcon 10 and 100 are the speed leaders with a maximum cruising speed of 564 miles per hour. Many of the other fast light jets are out of production, but the good news is you can find them in the various jet card programs.

If you want speed and a specific jet, OneFlight International has a program using the Beechcraft Beechjet 400, which has a maximum cruising speed of 531 miles per hour while the Hawker 400XP at 518 miles per hour (from Magellan Jets) and the Phenom 300/300E at 511 miles per hour (Flexjet, NetJets, Airshare, Magellan Jets, Nicholas Air, OneFlight), are all programs where you can specify particular jet types. Consider subscribing to Private Jet Comparisons here if you want to compare over 250 programs in easy-to-use spreadsheets

Which light jets are fastest? Compare over 60 light and very light jets by maximum cruise speed, normal cruise speed, and long-range cruise speed:

Aircraft NameMax Cruise Speed (mph)Normal Cruise Speed (mph)Long Range Cruise Speed (mph)
Dassault Falcon 10564520498
Dassault Falcon 100564520498
SyberJet SJ30556534502
Sabreliner Sabre 40A552493471
Bombardier Learjet 25D547510481
Bombardier Learjet 24D547505472
Bombardier Learjet 24E547505472
Nextant Aerospace 400XT542529466
Bombardier Learjet 35A541502488
Bombardier Learjet 36A541502488
Bombardier Learjet 31A532507480
Bombardier Learjet 31ER532507480
Bombardier Learjet 31A/ER532507480
Bombardier Learjet 31532507480
Beechcraft Beechjet 400531513456
Beechcraft Premier I531490426
Nextant Aerospace 400XTi529514467
Beechcraft Beechjet 400A527517472
Cessna Citation CJ4522522437
Beechcraft Premier IA522490426
Beechcraft Hawker 400XP518518472
Beechcraft Hawker 400XPR514514489
Embraer Phenom 300511495441
Embraer Phenom 300E511495441
Pilatus PC-24506NA407
Cessna Citation Encore+495495428
Cessna Citation Encore495495428
Cessna Citation Ultra495495428
Honda Aircraft HA-420 HondaJet486486410
Sierra Industries FJ44 Super SII S550483483411
Cessna Citation CJ3480480400
Cessna Citation CJ3+480480400
Sierra Industries FJ44 Super II 550478478398
Cessna Citation CJ2+475475404
Cessna Citation CJ2475475396
Beechcraft Diamond 1A467467423
Embraer Phenom 100EV467383383
Cessna Citation Bravo466466386
Cessna Citation M2465436381
Sierra Industries FJ44 Eagle II 501SP463443403
Cessna Citation V457457403
Sierra Industries FJ44 Stallion 501SP455420397
Embraer Phenom 100E449427383
Embraer Phenom 100449427383
Cessna Citation CJ1+448448353
Cessna Citation S/II444444359
Cessna Citation CJ1438438353
Cessna Citation Jet434419348
One Aviation Eclipse 500427425380
One Aviation Eclipse 550427425380
One Aviation Total Eclipse 500427425380
Cessna Citation II/IISP409409369
Cessna Citation 500409382357
Cessna Citation I/ISP397397357
Cessna Citation Mustang391391367
Cirrus Vision SF50345339276
Source: Conklin & de Decker Associates, Inc. Note:  Seating is standard configuration, provided for guidance only, and may vary by owner.

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