Embraer E Jet Specs

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Embraer E Jet Family

The Embraer E Jet family of aircraft which include the; ERJ (Embraer Regional Jet) 170, ERJ 175, ERJ 190 and ERJ 195, are designed as regional jet airliners.  Their smaller size and smaller quieter engines mean they are ideal for flying between smaller regional airfields where traffic volumes are lower and runways are shorter.  However, they are not just consigned to country regions as this might indicate.  The quietness of their engines means they are ideal for operating into metropolitan airfields such as London City Airport where noise abatement and curfew restrictions apply.

With the introduction of the ERJ 170 and ERJ 175 aircraft (see our history page), Embraer was continuing to strengthen it presence in the Regional Jet niche market where its main competition comes from Canadian plane maker, Bombardier.  However, with the addition of the ERJ 190 and ERJ 195 aircraft to this family, Embraer is now making a foray into the mainline airliner market.  These two additional aircraft types are now competing with the Boeing 737 600 and the Airbus A318 airliners.

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A Delta Embraer ERJ175LR

Embraer E Jet Additional Options

For each of the ERJ variants there are additional options for airline customers depending on the routes to which they want to apply the airliner.  Each variant comes in a standard version but in addition they can also be optioned as an LR – Long Range option, or an AR – Advanced Range option.  The LR version gives additional range as one would expect with the same payload specs as the standard version.  The AR on the other hand gives the extended range but in addition it is also strengthened to enable it to carry more payload over that extended range.  This allows for higher takeoff and landing weights.  Standard aircraft versions can be retro fitted to up-spec them to either the LR or AR versions.

Embraer E Jet E2 Family

At the Paris airshow of 2013, Embraer launched the E Jet E2 family of aircraft which would succeed the  current E Jet family, with the first delivery of the E2 scheduled for 2018.  The E2 series will include the ERJ 175 E2, the ERJ 190 E2 and the ERJ 195 E2.  These new aircraft will feature updated wings and Pratt & Whitney’s PW1000G Geared Turbofan engines.  Passenger capacity will be increased for the ERJ 175 E2 by one row of seats and the ERJ 195 E2 by 3 rows while the ERJ 190 E2 will remain the same as the current ERJ 190 model.

The accent is on economy with a redesigned wing and the PW1000G engine being integral to this.

The release schedule is slated for the ERJ 190 E2 being delivered in the first half of 2018, the ERJ 195 E2 in 2019 and the ERJ 175 E2 in 2020.

We will add more details of this model as design criteria are firmed up.

See the Embraer ERJ specs table below for more details of the current E Jet family.

Embraer E Jet Specs

 

ERJ 170Embraer ERJ170ERJ 170 100 

ERJ 175Embraer ERJ 175ERJ 170 200

ERJ 190 erj190ERJ 190 100

ERJ 195Embraer erj195ERJ 190 200

Flight Crew 2
Range
STD = Standard
LR = Long Range
AR = Advanced Range
 STD: 3,334 km (1,800 nm)
LR: 3,889 km (2,100 nm)
AR: 3,892 km (2,102 nm)
 STD: 3,334 km (1,800 nm)
LR: 3,889 km (2,100 nm)
AR: 3,706 km (2,001 nm)
 STD: 3,334 km (1,800 nm)
LR: 4,260 km (2,300 nm)
AR: 4,448 km (2,402 nm)
 STD: 2,593 km (1,400 nm)
LR: 3,334 km (1,800 nm)
AR: 4,077 km (2,201 nm)
Seating (max)  80   88  114  122
Competes against Bombardier CRJ-700 Bombardier CRJ-900 Bombardier Q400 Bombardier CRJ-1000, Bombardier CS100 Boeing 717-200 Boeing 737-600 Airbus A318
Length 29.90 m
(98 ft 1 in)
 31.68 m (103 ft 11 in)  36.24 m (118 ft 11 in)  38.65 m
(126 ft 10 in)
Wing span  26.00 m (85 ft 4 in) 28.72 m (94 ft 3 in)
Height 9.67 m (32 ft 4 in) 10.28 m (34 ft 7 in)
Fuselage Width (Exterior)  3.01 m (9 ft 11 in)
Cabin Width (interior)  2.74 m (9 ft 0 in)
Fuselage Height (Exterior) 3.35 m (11 ft 0 in)
Cabin Height (interior) 2.00 m (6 ft 7 in)
Maximum Operating Speed Mach 0.82 (890 kph (481 kts)
Empty Weight  21,140 kg (46,610 lb)  21,810 kg (48,080 lb)  28,080 kg (61,910 lb)  28,970 kg (63,870 lb)
Maximum Take off Weight
STD = Standard
LR = Long Range
AR = Advanced Range
STD: 35,990 kg (79,340 lb) 
LR: 37,200 kg (82,000 lb) 
AR: 38,600 kg (85,100 lb)
 STD: 37,500 kg (82,700 lb)
LR:  
38,790 kg (85,520 lb)
AR: 
40,370 kg (89,000 lb)
 STD: 47,790 kg (105,360 lb)
LR:
50,300 kg (110,900 lb)
AR:
51,800 kg (114,200 lb)
  STD: 48,790 kg (107,560 lb)
LR:
50,790 kg (111,970 lb)
AR:
52,290 kg (115,280 lb)
Maximum Payload Weight
STD = Standard
LR = Long Range
AR = Advanced Range
 STD: 9,100 kg (20,100 lb) LR: 9,100 kg (20,100 lb)
AR: 9,840 kg (21,690 lb)
 STD: 10,080 kg (22,220 lb) LR: 10,080 kg (22,220 lb)
AR: 10,360 kg (22,840 lb)
 13,080 kg (28,840 lb)  13,650 kg (30,090 lb)
Takeoff Run at MTOW (sea level at ISA)  1,644 m (5,394 ft)  2,244 m (7,362 ft)  2,056 m (6,745 ft)  2,179 m (7,149 ft)
Engines
APR Thrust=Automatic Performance Reserve*
 2× GE CF34-8E turbofans
61.4 kN (13,800 lbf) thrust each
63.2 kN (14,200 lbf) APR thrust each
 2× GE CF34-10E turbofans
82.3 kN (18,500 lbf) thrust each
89 kN (20,000 lbf) APR thrust each
 Automatic Power Reserve is a setting that can be invoked in the case of one engine flaming out to allow the good engine to pick up the load.
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A Flybe Embraer ERJ195

Embraer E Jet Orders and Deliveries by model

Correct as of 30 June 2015

Breakdown by aircraft ERJ170 ERJ175 ERJ190 ERJ195 ERJ 175E2 ERJ 190E2 ERJ 195E2 Totals
Orders 193 459 584 165 100 77 90 1,668
Options 7 350  97 2 100  85 80  721
Deliveries 88 291 518  140  0 0 0 1,137

Embraer E Jet Orders and Deliveries by Airline Customer

Correct as of 30 June 2015

 Ord = Ordered

Del = Delivered

ERJ 170Embraer ERJ170ERJ 170 100  ERJ 175Embraer ERJ 175ERJ 170 200 ERJ 190 erj190ERJ 190 100 ERJ 195Embraer erj195ERJ 190 200
Airlines Ord Del Ord Del Ord Del Ord Del
Aero Republica (Colombia)   5 5    
Aeromexico (Mexico)       12 12    
Air Astana (Kazakhstan)     15 5    
Air Canada (Canada) 15 15 45 45    
Air Caraibes (Guadeloupe)   1 1    
Air Lease (USA) 8 8 23 23    
Air Moldova (Moldova)   1 1    
Airnorth (Australia) 1 1            
Aldus (Ireland) 5 0 15 4    
Alitalia (Italy) 6 6 2 2        
American Airlines (USA)   60 6        
Augsburg (Germany) 2 2    
Aurigny (Guernsey) 1 1
Austral (Argentina) 22 22    
AZAL (Azerbaijan) 6 4    
Azul (Brazil) 5 5 59 54
BA CityFlyer (UK) 6 6     9 9  
  Ord = Ordered

Del = Delivered

ERJ 170Embraer ERJ170ERJ 170 100  ERJ 175Embraer ERJ 175ERJ 170 200 ERJ 190 erj190ERJ 190 100 ERJ 195Embraer erj195ERJ 190 200
Airlines Ord Del Ord Del Ord Del Ord Del
Belavia (Belarus)           2 2
BOC Aviation (Singapore)       14 14 1 1
China Southern (China)       20 20    
Cirrus (Germany) 1 1            
CIT (USA)   4 4 7 7    
Conviasa (Venezuela)       16 16    
Copa (Panama)       15 15    
Dniproavia (Ukraine)       5 5    
ECC Leasing (Ireland) 6 6 1 1 1 1    
EgyptAir (Egypt) 12 12            
Finnair (Finland) 10 10     12 12    
Flybe (UK)   15 11     14 14
GECAS (USA) 9 9 5 5 27 27 12 12
Globalia (Spanish) 12 12
Guizhou / Colorful (China) 7 7    
Hainan (China)       50 50 20 0
Hebei (China)       7 5    
JAL (Japan) 20 15     10 10    
JetBlue (USA)       88 64    
Jetscape (USA) 1 1 4 4 7 7 2 2
Kenya Airways (Kenya)       10 10    
KLM (Netherlands)   15 0 24 22    
  Ord = Ordered

Del = Delivered

ERJ 170Embraer ERJ170ERJ 170 100  ERJ 175Embraer ERJ 175ERJ 170 200 ERJ 190 erj190ERJ 190 100 ERJ 195Embraer erj195ERJ 190 200
Airlines Ord Del Ord Del Ord Del Ord Del
KunPeng (China)       5 5    
LAM (Mozambique)       2 2    
LOT Polish (Poland) 6 6 12 12     4 4
Lufthansa (Germany)       9 9 34 34
M1 Travel (Lebanon)       8 8    
Montenegro (Montenegro)           1 1
NAS Air (Saudi Arabia)       3 3    
NIKI (Áustria)       7 7    
Northwest (USA)   36 36        
Oman Air (Oman)   5 5        
Petro Air (Libya) 2 2            
Regional (France) 10 10     10 10    
Republic (USA) 48 48 156 156 2 2    
Royal Jordanian (Jordan)   2 2     2 2
Satena (Colombia) 1 1            
Saudi Arabian Airlines (Saudi Arabia) 15 15            
Sirte Oil (Libya) 1 1            
Skywest (USA)   55 38        
Suzuyo (Japan) 2 2 8 6        
Taca (El Salvador)       11 11    
TAME (Ecuador) 2 2     3 3    
TRIP (Brazil)   5 5 3 3 1 1
United Airlines (USA)   40 30        
US Airways (USA) 28 28     25 25    
Virgin Austrália (Australia)       18 18    
Virgin Nigeria (Nigeria)       2 2    
Undisclosed         8 0    
Airlines Ord Del Ord Del Ord Del Ord Del
Totals 187 182 453 291 584 535 165 140
 Ord = Ordered

Del = Delivered

ERJ 170Embraer ERJ170ERJ 170 100  ERJ 175Embraer ERJ 175ERJ 170 200 ERJ 190 erj190ERJ 190 100 ERJ 195Embraer erj195ERJ 190 200

To find out more about the Embraer E Jet family of airliners visit E Jet Introduction and History.

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