Embraer 195

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Embraer 195
Bermuda Triangle disappearance
Type Airliner
Author(s) Isaias V. Prestes, Group FGBR - Brazil
--aircraft= Embraer-195
Status Under development

The Embraer 195 is a larger stretch of the E-170 model fitted with a new, larger wing and a new engine, the GE CF34-10E, rated at 18,500 lb (82.30 kN). Being in the 100-seat range, it competes with smaller jets including the Bombardier CRJ-1000, Boeing 717-200 and 737-600 as well as the Airbus A318.

The first flight of the E-195 was in December 2004. European low cost carrier Flybe launched the E-195 with 14 orders and 12 options.

As the 190/195 family is of mainline aircraft size, many airlines will operate them as such, fitting them with a business class section and operating them themselves, instead of having them flown by a commuter airline partner. For example, Air Canada operates 45 E-190 aircraft fitted with 9 business-class and 84 economy-class seats as part of their primary fleet.


Weights STD & LR versions AR version
Maximum Take Off Weight STD 107,563lb 48,790kg 115,279lb 52,290kg
LR 111,972lb 50,790kg
Maximum Landing Weight 99,208lb 45,000kg 100,971lb 45,800kg
Maximum Zero Fuel Weight 93,696lb 42,500kg 93,916lb 42,600kg
Basic Operating Weight 63,603lb 28,850kg 63,824lb 28,950kg
Maximum Payload 30,093lb 13,650kg 30,093lb 13,650kg
Maximum Fuel 28,596lb 12,971kg 28,596lb 12,971kg

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