The Eclipse 400 ECJ is a small, four-passenger airplane produced by Eclipse Aviation Corporation. It has an all composite airframe and the latest in avionics technology. The Eclipse 400 ECJ is perfect for those who want to travel in comfort with family or friends without being cramped!

Eclipse Aviation
United States
2009 to: 2009
US$1.35 million
Avio NG avionics
1x 1 × Pratt & Whitney PW615F turbofan
1,200 pound-force
Max Cruise Speed:
345 knots
639 Km/h
Approach Speed (Vref):
Travel range:
1,256 Nautical Miles
2,326 Kilometers
Fuel Economy:
14.6 nautical mile / gallon
7.143 kilometres / litre
Service Ceiling:
41,000 feet
Rate of Climb:

Take Off Distance:
742 metre - 2,434.35 feet
Landing Distance:
850 metre - 2,788.68 feet
Max Take Off Weight:
2,177 Kg
4,799 lbs
Max Landing Weight:
Max Payload:
907 Kg
2,000 lbs
Fuel Tank Capacity:
Baggage Volume:
.5 m3 / 18 ft3
Seats - Economy / General:
4 seats
Seats - Business Class:
Seats - First Class:
Cabin Height:
Cabin Width:
Cabin Length:
Exterior Length:
8.84 metre - 29.00 feet
Tail height:
2.69 metre - 8.83 feet
Fuselage Diameter:
Wing Span / Rotor Diameter:
10.98 metre - 36.02 feet
Wing Tips:
No Winglets

If you’re looking for a small, economical aircraft that is easy to fly and can be easily parked at your local airport, the Eclipse 400 ECJ might be just the plane for you. It’s been designed with an emphasis on simplicity: it has a single-lever control system which makes handling easier, its cabin is roomy enough to fit five people comfortably and there are few buttons in the cockpit so no one will get confused.

You’ll never have to worry about being late or missing out on something important again if you own this amazing little aircraft!

The Eclipse 400 ECJ was designed by Mo Emslie and developed/certified in the UK.

What’s more, the Eclipse 400 is very affordable. It’s available in both VFR (visual flight rules) and IFR (instrument flight rules) variants and can be outfitted according to your personal requirements right down to the colour of the interior leather seats.

The Eclipse 400 also comes with a lot of other great features: an intercom/bose audio, a G1000 glass cockpit, a backup camera and even a Garmin 100 GPS! Of course it’s always going to be the pilot who has to keep track of where he’s flying and how the trip is progressing, but all the instruments are going to make it a lot easier than ever before.

The fact that the plane was designed in Britain is sure to please any aircraft fan with a sense of national pride; it’s also nice to know that various customization options for your airplane have been made available and that you can choose the layout of your instrument panel on request.

There’s an additional bonus to owning an Eclipse 400; as it is small, light weight craft that can be flown by almost anyone with a private pilot license, you won’t have to worry about ever being told that your aircraft is too big or heavy for your local airport. You’ll always be able to fly to the airport of your choice.

The Eclipse is a powerful little aircraft, it’s also designed to be able to land on small runways in difficult weather conditions and at short airfields. It can even operate from grass or dirt airstrips!

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