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:
In 2019 and early 2020, Embraer and the Boeing Company are continuing to seek regulatory approval for a strategic partnetship between the two companies.
|Embraer Commercial Aircraft||Length||Passengers||Range|
|ERJ-135||86' 5"||30 - 37||1,750nm|
|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|
|Embraer E-Jet E2 Series of jetliners (Photo courtesy of Embraer Commercial Aviation)|
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