Why Fly a Total Eclipse?
Factory Certified Pre-Flown
The Total Eclipse Jet, the certified, pre-flown jet from Eclipse Aerospace, outperforms every other light jet aircraft in the world. This is an aircraft that was designed with an eye towards efficiency, towards innovation, towards becoming something that all other aircraft were not: a business tool that is affordable, fast, and efficient. And it can be delivered to you complete with an Eclipse Factory Warranty, an upgraded Avio IFMS package, and fully customized interior and paint in as little as 45 days.
Total Eclipse program customers can buy a fully configured EA500 aircraft that encompasses all currently available features and functionality. Specific components will include flight to 41,000 feet, 20,000 cycle airframe life, Flight Into Known Icing capabilities, an on-board color radar, electronic moving maps, and eCharts (Jeppesen), all presented directly on the Total Eclipse multifunction display through the fully integrated Avio IFMS.
The Total Eclipse Jet Program:
- Factory certified, pre-flown jet
- 1-year Eclipse Factory Warranty
- Certified to 41,000 ft
- Avio Integrated Flight Management System (IFMS)
- P&WC Gold ESP paid current to date of delivery
- Mandatory SBs and ADs complete to date of delivery
- One (1) initial or recurrent type rating (SimCom)
- One (1) year Jeppesen NA subscription
- One (1) year of Aircraft Maintenance Manual updates
- Certified for Flight Into Known Icing (FIKI)
- RVSM certified
- Retail purchase price of $2.25 MM
Eclipse Jets deliver you safely and comfortably between destinations quickly and efficiently. With the Total Eclipse Jet, you will fly safely above the weather at altitudes of 41,000 feet while maintaining a speed of up to 425 mph. You will be in a jet equipped for Flight Into Known Icing (FIKI) and with a new, fully integrated avionics system, Avio IFMS, that acts as a virtual copilot, lessening pilot workload.
Green Jet Today, Bluer Skies Tomorrow
We built the Eclipse Twin-Engine Jet with an eye to the environment. It’s extremely quiet: a full 40 dB quieter than the world’s most stringent Stage 4 noise requirements. Smoke is released at a rate 50 times lower than regulatory limits. The plane is assembled using friction stir-welding, a green manufacturing process that produces no fumes. It’s engine fire suppression system, PhostrEx is the first Halon alternative agent to be approved by the EPA and FAA in more than 50 years, and conforms to international treaties protecting the earth’s atmosphere.
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Total Eclipse Interior
The Total Eclipse Jet comes standard with a brand-new, all leather interior, crafted to be invitingly cozy. With reclining seats, stowable tray tables, and electric outlets to ensure that you can rest or work in quiet comfort, the Total Eclipse is perfectly suited for your journey, wherever it may take you.
Total Eclipse Warranty
Eclipse Aerospace offers a one-year Eclipse Factory Warranty for all Total Eclipse factory refurbished aircraft. For the first 12 months or 300 flight hours from factory delivery (whichever occurs first), the factory warranty covers the aircraft for workmanship, parts and labor. Each Total Eclipse Jet airframe is warrantied by the factory for 10 years or 5,000 flight hours, whichever comes first. All other aircraft components (excluding consumables) are warrantied for 24 months from date of delivery or 1,000 flight hours.
In addition, Total Eclipse aircraft are sold with a fully paid up and transferable engine maintenance program administered through Pratt & Whitney Canada. P&WC warranties the engines for 3 years or 1,000 flight hours.
All Eclipse mandatory Service Bulletins and ADs complete as of date of delivery. Buying on the secondary market means being at risk of exposure to costly repairs required by the FAA. Each Total Eclipse Jet is guaranteed by the manufacturer to have all mandatory SBs and ADs completed by delivery.
Total Eclipse: Safety Comes Standard
The available features on the Total Eclipse provide situational awareness to pilots, reducing workload and stress, making your aircraft safe, efficient, and reliable.