Embraer Jet Airliner Spotting Guide


Embraer is a Brazil-based company that competes internationally with Canadian rival Bombardier for the title of the world's third-largest airplane maker after Airbus located in Europe and Boeing headquartered in the United States.

The company manufactures commercial, military, executive and agricultural aircraft.

Embraer Commercial Aviation offers these product lines:

 

Embraer Commercial Aircraft Length Passengers Range
ERJ-135 86' 5" 30 - 37 1,750nm
ERJ-140 93' 4" 44 1,650nm
ERJ-145LR 98' 0" 50 1,550nm
ERJ-145XR 98' 0" 50 2,000nm
E-Jet E170 98' 1" 66 - 78 2,150nm
E-Jet E175 103' 11" 76 - 88 2,200nm
E-Jet E190 118' 11" 96 - 114 2,450nm
E-Jet E195 126' 10" 100 - 124 2,300nm
E-Jet E175 E2 106' 4" 80 - 90 2,060nm
E-Jet E190 E2 118' 10" 97 - 114 2,850nm
E-Jet E195 E2 136' 2" 120 - 146 2,600nm

How to Tell Embraer Airliners Apart

Shown below is a side-by-side comparison of frequently spotted Embraer ERJ-145, E175, E190 and E195 jetliners
Side-by-side comparison and spotting guide of the Embraer ERJ-145, E175, E190 and E195 regional jets

 

More Information About Embraer Commercial Aircraft

Official website of Embraer Commercial Aviation

 

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