The Embraer Lineage 1000 is a VIP airliner business jet that was produced between 2009 and 2013.
With space for up to 19 passengers, the Lineage 1000 is able to cruise non-stop for up to 4,500 nautical miles (5,179 miles / 8,334 km) and has a maximum cruise speed of 470 knots.
When new, the Lineage 1000 had a price tag of $53 million. Today on the pre-owned market the Lineage 1000 has an average value of $22.5 million.
The Lineage 1000 has annual fixed costs of $629,815 and an hourly variable cost of $4,445.
Therefore, if you were to fly the Lineage 1000 200 hours per year it would cost a total of $1,518,932.
If looking to charter the Lineage 1000 has an estimated cost of $11,000 per hour.
|Type of Cost||Amount|
|Flying 200 Hours Per Year||$1,518,932|
|Flying 400 Hours Per Year||$2,408,049|
Embraer Lineage 1000 Annual Budget Calculator
Use the calculator below to calculate the estimated annual budget to operate the Embraer Lineage 1000.
Simply enter the number of hours per year and receive click “Get Annual Budget”. Below you will then see the estimated annual budget for owning and operating the Lineage 1000.
The final value takes into account both fixed and variable costs. Please note that the final value is an estimate only. Additionally, note that all values are in USD.
Embraer Lineage 1000 Annual Budget:
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Lineage 1000 Fixed Cost Breakdown
When it comes to fixed costs, there are six criteria that have been identified as the biggest contributors to the annual cost of operation.
These costs are crew salary, crew training, hangar, insurance, management, and then the additional, miscellaneous fixed costs.
The table below details the estimated cost of each fixed cost for the Embraer Lineage 1000.
|Fixed Cost||Annual Spend|
Lineage 1000 Variable Cost Breakdown
Variable costs are those that change depending on the usage of the aircraft. Variable costs can be broken down into hourly chunks.
This, therefore, results in an hourly variable cost figure. This figure is the cost per hour that the aircraft is flown.
There are five factors that we have built into the hourly variable cost figure. These values are the cost of fuel, maintenance, engine overhaul, crew, landing & handling fees, along with other various costs.
All these variables are proportional to the number of hours flown. For example, the more you fly the aircraft, the more fuel it will use.
See below for a table of the estimated hourly variable costs when operating the Embraer Lineage 1000.
|Variable Cost||Hourly Spend|