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Embraer E-190 British Airways

British Airways flies a number of Embraer E-Jets from London City Airport. The photo shows an E-190.

Embraer 170, 175, 190, 195

In 1999 Embraer launched a programme for four large regional jets: the E-170, E-175, E-190 and E-195. The aircraft are seating between 70 and 122 passengers.

The first aircraft to fly was the Embraer 170 (E-170) with 70 seats. It took to the air for its maiden flight on 19 February 2002. Certification followed in February 2004 and the first airlines to operate the new airliner became LOT, Alitalia Express and US Airways.

The E-170 has a 'double-bubble' fuselage with a four-abreast seating arrangement, large luggage capacity under the floor, and the layout of a mini-Airbus A320 with two engines under the wing. The Embraer 175 is a stretched version, which flew for the first time on 14 June 2003. The first delivery of an E-175 was to Air Canada in May 2005.

Embraer 190 Air CanadaThe Embraer E-190 is essentially a stretched version of the 170, but for better performance it has another wing and more powerful engines. The fly-by-wire cockpit, however, is much the same in all E-Jets. The E-190 seats 98 passengers and flew for the first time on 12 March 2004. The stretched E-195's first flight was on 7 December 2004 and the first airline to start flying with this version was the British regional airline Flybe. The Lineage 1000 is an executive version of the E-190.

The E-jets have become very popular among the airlines. Mid-2014 Embraer had sold a total of almost 1300 aircraft. The most popular version is the E-190 with 570 aircraft sold. The E-175 won 378 orders, the E-170 188 and the E-195 145.

At the Paris Air Show of 2013 Embraer launched the E-Jet E2 family to replace the current E-Jet models. Deliveries are scheduled to begin in 2018. Most important improvement is the application of a new engine: the Pratt & Whitney PW1000G Geared Turbofan.

The new family comprises three models. The E175-E2, the E190-E2 and the E195-E2. The E175-E2 model will be the smallest member of the E-Jet Second Generation family. It can accommodate one extra seat row, compared to the current E-175, so that it can seat up to 88 passengers. Deliveries should begin in 2020. The E190-E2 should enter service in 2018 and with up to 106 seats, it keeps the same passenger accommodation as the E-190.

The E195-E2 will have three extra seat rows compared to the current E-195, with a maximum of 132 seats. This model is about to enter service in 2019. Until July 2014 Embraer had sold 250 E-Jet E-2s.






Specifications
Embraer E-170LR

Wingspan: 26,00 m (85ft 4in).
Length: 29.90 m (98ft 1in).
Height: 9.85 m (32ft 4in).
Empty weight: 21,140 kg (46,385 lb).
Max. take-off weight:
37,200 kg (82,011 lb).
Accommodation: 70 passengers.
Range: 3,892 km (2,100 nm).
Max. cruise speed: Mach 0.82.
Engines: two General Electric CF34-8E (63.16 kN - 14,200 lb).

Embraer E-170 Cirrus Airlines
Cirrus Airlines was a German airline operating several commuter aircraft types, including the Embraer E-170. The airline ceased operations in 2012.


Embraer E-175 LOT Polish Airlines
Embraer E-175 LOT Polish Airlines.

Specifications
Embraer E-175LR

Wingspan: 26,00 m (85ft 4in).
Length: 31,68 m (103ft 11in).
Height: 9.73 m (31ft 11in).
Empty weight: 21,620 kg (47,664 lb).
Max. take-off weight: 38,790 kg (85,517 lb).
Accommodation: 78 passengers.
Range: 3,706 km (2,000 nm).
Max. cruise speed: Mach 0.82.
Engines: two General Electric CF34-8E (63.16 kN - 14,200 lb).


Specifications
Embraer E-190LR

Wingspan: 28.72 m (94ft 3in).
Length: 36.24 m (118ft 11in).
Height: 10.57 m (34ft 8in).
Empty weight: 27,720 kg (61,112 lb). Max. take-off weight:
50,300 kg (110,892 lb)
Accommodation: 98 passengers.
Range: 4,448 km (2,400 nm).
Max. cruise speed: Mach 0.82.
Engines: two General Electric CF34-10E (82.30 kN - 18,500 lb).

Embraer E-190 KLM Skyteam
Embraer E-190 of KLM in Skyteam colours approaches Amsterdam Schiphol Airport.

Embraer E-195 LOT Polish Airlines
Embraer E-195 of LOT Polish Airlines at Düsseldorf Rhein-Ruhr Airport.

Specifications
Embraer E-195LR

Wingspan: 28.72 m (94ft 3in).
Length: 38.65 m (126ft 10in).
Height: 10.55 m (34ft 7in).
Empty weight: 28,850 kg (63,603 lb).
Max. take-off weight: 50,790 kg (111,972 lb)
Accommodation: 108-122 passengers.
Range: 4,077 km (2,200 nm).
Max. cruise speed: Mach 0.82.
Engines: two General Electric CF34-10E (82.30 kN - 18,500 lb).




E-170
 
E-175
   
E-190
         
E-195
 


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