Embraer had made significant improvements to the Phenom 100EV, short for 100 Evolution, that are aimed at helping it rise above the flood of entry-level light jets in the pre-owned market. Upgrades include peppier Pratt & Whitney Canada PW617F1-E turbofans, rated at 1,730 lb. thrust for takeoff and offering up to 15% more thrust for hot-and-high takeoffs. The newest Phenom 100 cruises up to 9% faster than the Phenom 100E, reaching 412 KTAS at FL 300 and 360 KTAS at FL ...

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