Embraer’s Phenom 300MED Receives FAA and EASA Certification
The Phenom 300MED aeromedical interior was specified by Embraer, developed and certified by umlaut, part of Accenture, utilizing Aerolite equipment.
The Phenom 300MED, has received the Supplemental Type Certificate (STC) from the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) and the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). The Phenom 300MED is a unique Medevac solution for the Phenom 300 series aircraft, the world’s best-selling light jet, for ten consecutive years.
The certification included extensive analyses of the Medical Oxygen System and of the new interior cabinets and components to ensure safety of passengers and patients on board. In addition, an evacuation test was conducted to ensure two fully disabled patients could be evacuated in a timely manner.
Embraer and umlaut defined a comprehensive set of alternative configurations for the Phenom 300MED. These configurations include cabin layouts either with one or two stretchers and different seating layouts. The intensive care units (ICUs) comprise electrical power supply provisions and integrated medical oxygen systems in each ICU. Additional medical equipment can be attached to mounting racks, ceiling rails or stored inside the new medical cabinet.
The STC is approved by EASA and validated by FAA and ANAC.