The Embraer 170/190 Program was launched at the 1999 Paris Air Show in Le Bourget. With a 178 cm longer fuselage than the Embraer 170, the new Embraer 175 offers approximately 10% more seat & cargo capacity, yet shares a common pilot type rating, a common cockpit, common flying qualities with the fly-by-wire system, and a common engine, the GE CF34-8E.
- Developing nation: Brazil.
Production line: São José dos Campos, Brazil.
Type aircraft: Regional airliner.
First flight: June 14 ,2003, PP-XJD.
First delivery: July 2005 to Air Canada. two pilots.
Passengers single class: 78 – 86.
Passengers two class: – 6 first class.- 72 economy class.
Cabin length: 21,20 m.
Cabin diameter: 2,74 m.
Cabin height: 2,00 m.
Cabin volume: 116 m.
Wing span: 26,00 m.
Horizontal stabilizer span: 10,00 m.
Fuselage length: 31,68 m.
Fuselage diameter: 3,01 m.
Fuselage height: 3,35 m.
Height overall: 9,73 m.
Engines: two General Electric CF34-8E turbofans rated 62.80 kN.
– max. zero-fuel weight: 21.810 Kg.
– fuel: 9.312 Kg.
– max. payload: 9.890 Kg.
Max. take off weight: 38.790 Kg.
Max. landing weight: 34.000 Kg.
Cruise speed: 870 km/h.
Service ceiling: 9.144 m.
Range: – max. range 3.334 km.
Performance: – climb to 9.144 m in 17 minutes.
– take-off run 1.590 m at max. take-off weight.
– landing run 1.273 m at max. landing weight.