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Phenom 100 contract pilot

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Dec 15, 2002
Just wondering if anyone has an idea of pay scale (Daily and Yearly rate) for Phenom 100 pilot.

Thanks :cool:
There are almost no pilots anywhere who can fly it.

I'd say if you have a type in it you can name your price.

I knew a guy early in the Eclipse program who was making $1000-1500/day. I imagine a Phenom driver could get the same for awhile until the pilot pipeline is ramped up.
Well, for those of you that have not heard of the Phenom 100, here are some facts:

IFR Range- 1,160 nm
Cruise speed- 380 Ktas
MMO- m0.70
Max operating altitude- 41,000ft
T/O filed length- 3,400ft
Engines: PW617F high bypass by Pratt&Whitney
rated at 1,615lbs controlled by Dual Fadec
Life span: 35,000 cycles
Configuration: SINGLE pilot + 4 to 6 pax

For more details, go to: http://www.embraerexecutivejets.com/english/content/aircraft/phenom100_home.asp

Cheers :)
Just saw it at sun and fun. Its pretty sweet.

Nice avionics and easy to use interior. Truly made for single pilot operations.
The Phenom's a fun, easy to fly jet. The Prodigy system (G1000 w/extras) make single-pilot ops easy. The hardest thing to learn about the jet was the avionics, but if you know how to work a Garmin 530/430 then you'll have no problem learning this system. All flight training is being done IN the jet, either at FTW or in Brazil, as the Sim still isn't certified.

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