Defined by Style

By now you can see that the Eclipse 500 is extraordinary, so it should come as no surprise that its cabin is, too. Eclipse Aviation partnered with BMW Group DesignworksUSA to create the interior environment for the Eclipse 500®. The result is an aircraft that doesn't sacrifice style and comfort for cost and space. Thoughtful, ergonomic interior appointments create a peerlessly beautiful cabin with the fit, finish, and attention to detail that characterize the world's finest automobiles. The cabin is a tasteful blend of beauty, comfort, and practicality. Our LX Edition adds luxurious materials and extra features to enhance the comfort of everyone who climbs aboard. We also used superior acoustic and thermal insulation to make the cabin of the Eclipse 500 extremely quiet, allowing passengers to easily carry on a quiet conversation. The Eclipse 500's seats are built for comfort, featuring leather seating surfaces, seatback storage pockets, leather outboard armrests on all seats, and inboard armrests on cockpit seats. The LX Edition goes even further by including luxurious all-leather seats, adjustable lumbar supports, and stowable inboard armrests on every seat. The cabin also houses two convenient 110-volt AC outlets that are included in the LX Edition and Commercial Operations Package. Every Eclipse 500 includes adjustable-brightness map lights and a dome light in the cockpit, individual reading lights and upper accent wash lighting in the cabin, and a baggage compartment light. The LX Edition adds lower-cabin wash lighting, as well as cockpit footwell lighting. Cabin storage space for baggage and cargo lets you keep luggage close and convenient throughout the flight, and ensures your important items remain safely pressurized and climate-controlled.

Dual-Zone Climate Control

The Eclipse 500 climate-control system features independent zone temperature controls for the cockpit and cabin. Temperature settings are selected by the pilot and regulated by Avio NG throughout the flight. The oxygen system consists of an oxygen cylinder located in the nose of the jet and includes a pilot quick-don mask and five passenger drop-down masks. The cabin pressurization system automatically maintains an 8,000-ft cabin at the 41,000-ft maximum cruising altitude. A sea-level cabin can be maintained up to 21,500-ft MSL