Embraer

Embraer is a Brazilian commercial airplane manufacturer predominantly making regional jets. Originally starting with turbo-prop aircraft like the EMB-120, Embraer has designed and produced two distinctive models of regional jets - the ERJ Series seating 50 passengers with it's T-shape design and tail mounted engines and the Embraer 'E-Jets' seating 70 to 120 passengers with a more typical aircraft design with engines mounted under the wings. Today, Embraer is working on it's 'E2' series of regional jets which are an evolution of the E-Jets family. Embrear's aircraft typically compete with the aircraft offered from Bombardier like the CRJ and Q400 aircraft as they are designed to serve short to medium haul routes with low to medium demand.

 

Family Model Seat Capacity Range First Flight Photo
ERJ Series

2 Engine, Widebody, Long-Haul Airliner
ERJ-135ER 50 2,409 kM July 4 1998
Comming Soon
ERJ-135LR 3,243 kM
ERJ-140ER  50 2,317 kM June 27 2000
ERJ-140LR 3,058 kM
ERJ-145LR 50 2,873 kM August 1995
ERJ-145XR 3,706 kM June 29, 2001
E-Jet Series

2 Engine, Widebody, Long-Haul Airliner

EMB-170 70 - 80
3,882 kM February 19 2002
C-FHLH
EMB-175 78 - 88 3,706 kM June 2003
EMB-190 98 - 114
4,448 kM March 2004
EMB-195 108 - 122 4,077 kM December 7 2004