Embraer has received a supplemental type certificate from the FAA and EASA for its Phenom 300MED, a specially designed aeromedical interior for the Brazilian airframer’s light business jet.
Developed and certified with engineering services provider Umlaut at Embraer’s service center in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, the 300MED has been designed with a set of configuration alternatives that include one or two stretchers and the ability to carry an incubator and additional medical equipment. The interior features hospital-grade trim and finishing and can be configured between an executive or medevac interior in five hours.
Aerolite developed the intensive care unit configuration and equipment specifically for the aircraft. The medevac interior is available for new and in-service Phenom 300s. The STC’d aircraft will be operated by launch customer Grandview Aviation, an on-demand charter operator based in Baltimore.