Eclipse 550 Exterior

The Eclipse

Eclipse 550 Exterior

(Photo credits to www.oneaviation.aero/eclipse/)

Eclipse Aerospace’s Eclipse 550 twin-engine jet is classified as a very light jet. Very Light Jets (VLJs) are small light aircraft that typically hold a small group of 4 or 5 passengers comfortably. The very light jets are a fairly new category of aircraft, and thus are equipped with the very latest in jet engine technology which delivers the speed, quality, and fuel efficiency that allow for a more cost effective means of private jet travel. Not only is the Eclipse a practical and efficient option for private flyers, it is very highly regarded in its class and leads the competition in both range and fuel economy.

According to Eclipse, “Eclipse Aerospace has done
something that no other aircraft manufacturer has ever done: we built a twin-engine jet that is affordable, easy to own, easy to
operate, and offers safety features and performance capabilities previously found only in military and commercial aircraft.”

Eclipse 550 Interior

The Eclipse is an expertly designed aircraft with fuel economy
unrivaled by other very light jets and turboprops, and costs less than any twin-engine jet to operate. In fact, the Eclipse consumes just twice the amount of fuel as a typical large SUV. Enhanced safety
features like Auto Throttles, Anti-Skid Brakes, and the most
sophisticated avionics system make the Eclipse an unmatched VLJ.

The Eclipse is the only twin-engine general aviation jet that can be flown with a single pilot. It is equipped with an Integrated Flight Management System (IFMS) that acts as a virtual copilot that
increases situational awareness and has monitoring systems that give the pilot over-speed and under-speed protection with a unique auto throttle. With less switches and dials combined with intuitive pilot controls, safety is enhanced and flying is simplified for pilots.

The Eclipse has impressive performance capabilities with a range of 1295 statue miles,  a maximum altitude of 41,000 feet and an
average speed of 425 mph. Eclipse prides itself on its safety records and the safety measures put in place to help monitor weather, traffic and other flight obstacles. With the most advanced
Flight Management System available in even a full size light jet, the Eclipse is easily a pilot favorite.

Eclipse 550s

The Eclipse’s cabin is comfortable at 4′ 1″ in height, 4′ 3″ in width and 12′ 2″ in length. It can comfortably fit 4-5 passengers in a quiet, ergonomically designed interior. This jet features five comfortable, forward-facing, leather passenger seats and large windows to make the cabin bright with natural light. The baggage compartment
contains 26 cubic feet of space accessible from inside of the aircraft, and has the ability to hold more luggage by removing seats when not at maximum capacity.

Eclipse 550 Exterior

Eclipse has demonstrated a clear understanding of the needs of
pilots and passengers alike. The Eclipse 550 is perfectly suited for your next journey. With best in class performance, economics, and safety, the Eclipse will not disappoint.

To request an Eclipse for your next trip, please contact us. We would be happy to provide you with a flight quote.

Eclipse 550 Specifications

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Website: www.flyprivate.com
Email: fly@flyprivate.com
Phone: 1-800-641-JETS (5387)

All flights arranged by Private Business Jets, LLC DBA FlyPrivate are operated by Part 135 Certified Air Carriers. FlyPrivate will act as your agent for the purpose of obtaining charter service.

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