Embraer ERJ-195

Embraer ERJ-195 is the newest and largest representative of the Embraer E-Jet family of aircraft (series). The aircraft has an elongated fuselage, other engines, a larger wing, and a reinforced landing gear. The ERJ-170 and ERJ-175 had almost 95 percent compatibility, the ERJ-190, and ERJ-195 models had similar similarities, and the planes of both main lines already had 89 percent compatibility – the planes had the fuselage of the same cross-section and similar avionics kits based on Electronic Equipment Honeywell Primus Epic.

In various cabin layout options, the Embraer 195 is capable of transporting from 106 to 122 passengers at low cost, which makes it possible to successfully operate the aircraft on short and medium-haul airlines.

The first ERJ-195 (PP-XMJ) took off on December 7, 2004. Flybe, the European low-cost airline, became the first ERJ-195 customer to place a solid order for 14 aircraft and an option for another 12 aircraft.

The aircraft has been operating in airlines since 2006. In addition to the basic version, the Embraer ERJ-195LR variant with an increased flight range is also produced.

Specifications

  • Modification ERJ-195
  • Wingspan, m 28.72
  • Aircraft Length, m 38.65
  • The height of the aircraft, m 10.55
  • Weight kg empty aircraft 28850; maximum take-off 48790; fuel 13000
  • Engine type 2 turbofan General Electric CF34-10E
  • Thrust, kgs 2 x 8165
  • Cruising speed, km / h 870
  • Practical range, km 3350
  • Practical ceiling, m 12000
  • Crew 2
  • Payload from 106 to 122 passengers or 13650 kg of commercial cargo.
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