Eclipse Jet Mission Profiler

In order to use the Mission Profiler, simply click in the box directly underneath 'Departure Location' and begin typing your departing city. A list of possible cities will then appear below that box. You must click on the city of your choice, highlighting that city in orange. Repeat this procedure in the box directly underneath 'Destination Location.' Once you have selected your Departure and Destination Locations, click the 'Next' button that will appear at the bottom right of your screen. You may then adjust your flight plan by changing the altitude at which you intend to fly, expected prevalent winds, and cruise speeds.

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If you are having trouble getting the Mission Profiler to function, follow these steps:

1) Click inside of the text entry box located just below the phrase 'Departure Location' below. You should get a blinking cursor. Type the first letter of your departure location. One of two things will happen:
   a) All departure locations beginning with that letter will appear below the Departure Locations box OR
   b) Nothing will happen.
If 'a' occurs, everything is working properly. If 'b' occurs, move to step 2.
2) Leave the initial letter of your departure location in the box and wait for up to three minutes. When all the necessary data to launch the Mission Profiler is available to the web page, the first letter of your departure location will disappear. Re-enter the letter and you should see all departure locations beginning with that letter.

Try to be patient. There is a lot of data to load before the profiler can function properly.

First Eclipse 550 Delivered

Eclipse Aerospace, Inc. (EAI) is proud to announce the first customer delivery of an Eclipse 550 Twin-Engine Jet in Albuquerque, N.M. following Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) certification.

Auto Throttle, Anti-Skid Brakes Receive FAA Supplemental Type Certification

EAI is proud to announce receipt of Supplemental Type Certification for both the Auto Throttle and Anti-Skid Brake (ASB) systems for the Eclipse 550. The Auto Throttle is a first for FAR Part 23 aircraft. The lightweight ASB system is the only ASB in general aviation that does not require a complex aircraft hydraulic system, thereby reducing maintenance and allowing for simple operation with very few components.

Check out the QRA App

The Eclipse Quick Reference Application is an advanced interactive version of the Eclipse Quick Reference Handbook, allowing for flight planning, access to checklists, a full digital version of the Eclipse AFM, and much more.