The Embraer 190 is powered by twin under-wing General Electric CF34-10E engines controlled by a redundant Full Authority Digital Engine Control (FADEC). This computerized management system optimizes engine operation during all phases of flight, reducing fuel consumption and maintenance costs.
Like the other members of the Embraer 170/190 family, the Embraer 190 has four main cabin doors and offers airlines fast turn-around times and maximum cabin configuration flexibility for dual class, single class, or high-density seating arrangements.
Developing nation: Brazil
Production line: São José dos Campos, Brazil
Type aircraft: regional airliner.
First flight: March 12, 2004, PP-XMA.
Capacity: 98 – 106 passengers
Length: 36,24 m.
Wingspan: 28,72 m.
Height: 10,45 m.
Empty weight: – max. zero-fuel weight: 28.080 Kg.- fuel: 12.872 Kg.- max. payload: 12.720 Kg.
Max take-off weight: 50.300 Kg.
Powerplant: two General Electric CF34-10E turbofans rated 82.3 kN.
Maximum speed: 870 km/h.
Cruise speed: 870 km/h.
Range: 4.074 km.
Service ceiling: 9.144 m.
Rate of climb: 9.144 m in 16 minutes.