General Aviation Embraer delivers first Phenom 300E in Asia Pacific

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Brazilian manufacturer Embraer has announced, that it has delivered the first Phenom 300E business jet to the Asia Pacific market.

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Northern Escape Collection is the first operator to offer flights with the Phenom 300E in Asia Pacific. The Australian company is specialized in luxury tourism. The 300E will be used by Northern Escape Collection to bring guests to private lodges in Queensland, Australia.

The aircraft will be managed and operated by Australia-based aircraft and charter company Avcair. Avcair will also offer the aircraft for its domestic and international needs.

Chris Morris, Executive Chairman, Morris Group, parent company of Northern Escape Collection, commented: “We are committed to providing our guests with luxury, once in a lifetime experiences every time, where they can discover the diverse natural beauty of Queensland, including the reef, rainforest and the outback. Adding the jet transfer to the Northern Escape Collection, which is also serviced by our private helicopter fleet Nautilus Aviation, allows our guests to travel in style and comfort throughout their entire journey.”

Michael Amalfitano, President & CEO, Embraer Executive Jets, added: “We are delighted that Northern Escape Collection guests will enjoy the Phenom 300E’s innovation in cabin comfort, design and technology [...] The true value delivered by the Phenom 300E elevates the customer experience in flight, operations, support, and in ownership.”

Embraer Executive Jet´s Phenom 300E is an enhanced version of the Phenom 300 and features improved passenger experience, better ergonomics and new In-Flight Entertainment. The aircraft has a range of 1,971 nautical miles (3,650 km) and is powered by Pratt & Whitney Canada PW535E engines.

Currently, there are over 90 Embraer Executive Jets in the Asia Pacific and China region. Embraer has a global network of authorised service centres. Supportive personnel are based in the Asia Pacific region as well.

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