Embraer Lineage 1000: Buyer’s and Investor’s Guide

Terry Spruce
By Terry Spruce August 20, 2010 18:15

Embraer Lineage 1000: Buyer’s and Investor’s Guide

Based on Embraer’s 190 regional jet airliner, the Lineage 1000 can be split into up to five different zones and is an interior designer’s dream.

After success as a commercial aircraft builder Embraer, in 2006, the Brazilian manufacturer decided to enter the business jet market with the Lineage 1000, an executive jet based on the Embraer 190 regional jet airliner.

Being based on an airliner, the aircraft is spacious, 4,085 cubic feet with a range of 4,500 nautical miles. Depending on the configuration, the passenger cabin can carry up to 19 people and a crew of two or three. The aircraft has a height of 6’7″, is 8’10” wide and 84’4″ in length. The aircraft can be split into up to five different zones and is an interior designer’s dream.

The Lineage 1000 has a long-range cruise speed of 521 miles per hour and can carry eight passengers and two crew 4,400 nautical miles. Although the figures are impressive, the Lineage 1000 is unable to fly as far as an Airbus Corporate Jet or Boeing Business Jet. It needs a take-off distance of 6,135 feet (1,870m) and can land on 2,664 feet (812m).

An Embraer Lineage 1000 in flight.

An Embraer Lineage 1000 in flight.

General Electric CF34-10E7-B engines power the Lineage 1000 each produce 18,500 lbs of thrust.  The engines are dual Full Authority Digital Engine Control (FADEC).

The Honeywell Primus Epic avionic suite is standard on the aircraft. As you would expect it is fitted with an Enhanced Vision System (EVS), Enhanced Ground Proximity Warning System (EGPWS), Dual Flight Management System (FMS), Weather Radar and Terrian Collision Avoidance System (TCAS).

The Lineage 1000 was the first business jet produced by Embraer and has been followed by the Legacy and Phenom family of aircraft from the Brazilian manufacturer.


Hard Facts

Range: 5,719 miles/8344 kms/4,500 nautical miles
Typical passengers: 8 (typical) 19 (high density)
Typical crew:  3 (includes cabin attendant)
Maximum speed:
541 mph/870 kmph/mach 0.82
Recommended cruise:
521 mph/841 kmph/mach 0.79
Competitor aircraft: Airbus ACJ318, Airbus ACJ319, BBJ, BBJ2, BBJ3
How much does a new Lineage cost?$52.5m
Hourly operating cost:
$8,300
First delivery: 2008
World fleet:  18 (as at October 2012)
Fractional operators include: N/A
Aircraft manufacturer: Embraer
Engine manufacturer: General Electric
Engine type (number):
CF34-10E7-B (2)


 

Terry Spruce
By Terry Spruce August 20, 2010 18:15

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