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Old November 17th, 2005, 06:31 PM   #1
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Embraer 190

Anyone fly on one of these yet? I am booked on one on Jet blue in December.

It looks nice - the seats are supposedly wider and the pitch is like 35", but looking at the windows they look spaced really far apart. So from the pictures anyway it looks a little claustrophobic.
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Old November 19th, 2005, 12:20 AM   #2
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From what I've seen of the Embraer 190 it looks very nice. It's too big to be a regional jet, because it can carry 100 passengers just like the Fokker 100 does and that used to make up a good part of American Airlines mainline fleet. It also holds about the same number of passengers as the Boeing 717 and that's no regional jet. I think the key to it being a real mainline plane is whether it has more than one flight attendant and more than one restroom.

Here's an inside view of the JetBlue's 190: http://www.airliners.net/open.file?i...next_id=958998

Looks really nice to me.

Here's an outside view: http://www.airliners.net/open.file?i...next_id=948244

Looks a little narrow...

Up close the seating looks very nice with plenty of headroom, which is usually a problem for me on most RJs window seats, because I'm 6'3".

http://www.airliners.net/open.file?i...next_id=939519


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Old November 19th, 2005, 02:28 PM   #3
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looks pretty nice,but there doesn't seem much space in this plane!
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Old November 19th, 2005, 09:37 PM   #4
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The Jet Blue's Embraer 190 has PTVs in all of its seats. Look here, please: http://myaviation.net/?pid=00492062

Very nice!
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Nice, but they are not as big as the ones Air Canada is putting in
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Old November 19th, 2005, 10:19 PM   #7
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The New Embraer 190 of Copa Airlines...




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Old November 20th, 2005, 02:18 PM   #8
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it looks very nice to me.
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Old December 27th, 2005, 05:50 AM   #10
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Well, they are a bit narrow - seats are conventional width, but the isle felt a tad narrower. It's not bad - 2x2 so no middle seat. The seats are comfortable, Jet Blue has pleanty of legroom. The one porblem with the plane are the windows. They are a tad bigger than normal, but... They are a little high, and spread out a little more. They are also placed a little too far ahead, so if you like looking out the window at the ground, expect to be leaning forward alot. I think the plane would feel a little larger if they gave it a few more windows.
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Old December 27th, 2005, 06:19 AM   #11
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Hi Cloudship,

In actual fact, the Embraer has wider seats and aisle compared to the 737. It probably felt smaller than it is.

In case you're wondering:

Embraer E-Jets: Aisle width 19.75 in , Seat width 18.25 in
Boeing 737: Aisle width 18 in , Seat width 16.87 (middle seat: 17.87)
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Embraer rolls out the first Phenom 100 - with photos

Ground test campaign prepares new executive jet for first flight

São José dos Campos, June 18, 2007 – The first Phenom 100 was rolled out last Saturday, June 16, at the Company’s headquarters, in São José dos Campos, Brazil.

This event marks the completion of the aircraft assembly and systems integration phase. The first Phenom 100 moved to the paint shop, where it will receive its branded paint scheme, and will then begin a series of ground tests over the next few weeks in preparation for its first flight.

“We are thrilled to see the Phenom 100 become a reality,” said Luís Carlos Affonso, Embraer Executive Vice President, Executive Jets. “We are confident that the Phenom 100’s premium comfort, outstanding performance and low operating cost will impress our customers and will become the benchmark of the Very Light Jet segment.”

“The roll-out of the first Phenom 100 is a landmark achievement that reflects the commitment and unrelenting drive of our engineering, manufacturing and quality teams to accomplish this goal,” said Henrique Langenegger, Embraer Vice President, Programs – Executive Jets. “With more than 400 engineers dedicated to the Phenom 100 program over the last two years, the adoption of cutting-edge technologies enabled a paperless design process, an efficient integration of over 50 suppliers, serial production tooling for the very first aircraft, and fully-digital quality assurance.”

The Phenom 100 was launched in May 2005 as a best-in-class executive jet in the very light category. The first metal cut of the Phenom 100 took place in May 2006, utilizing a digital mock-up of the aircraft developed with CATIA V5 engineering software.

Sub-assembly manufacturing of the Phenom 100 was carried out at the Company’s Botucatu facility. The fuselage and wing were manufactured there and delivered to Embraer’s main facility in São José dos Campos, where they were successfully mated, in late March 2007. The first flight of the Phenom 100 is scheduled for mid-2007, and entry into service in mid- 2008.

About the Phenom jets

The Phenom 100 and the Phenom 300 jets are best-in-class. Premium comfort, outstanding performance and low operating cost are key design drivers for these jets. Both aircraft will offer pilots and passengers the comfort and style previously unknown in their categories. The relaxing ambience is enhanced by the size of the generous windows and the most ample cabin in their class. Onboard conveniences include a wardrobe or refreshment center, an aft cabin private lavatory with toiletry cabinet, and optional in-flight entertainment systems. The pilot-friendly cockpit and the docile flying qualities of the two new aircraft will enable single-pilot operation. Drawing from Embraer’s design and engineering experience, the Phenom 100 and the Phenom 300 will be built for high utilization and availability. For added safety and reliability, both jets will offer a standard anti-skid brake-by-wire system.

Based on Garmin’s all-glass, fully-integrated avionics suite, the ProdigyTM flight deck offers Phenom jet operators more advantages than any other avionics suite on today’s market. The cockpit features three interchangeable 12-inch displays – two Primary Flight Displays (PFD) and one Multi-Function Display (MFD). The system integrates all primary flight, navigation, communication, terrain, traffic, weather, engine instrumentation, and crew-alerting system data and presents the composite information in brilliant, sunlight-readable color on three high-definition displays.

The Phenom 100 will comfortably accommodate four passengers in a typical club configuration. The generous 55 cubic feet (1.56 cubic meters) total baggage capacity is big enough to store their luggage, golf bags and even skis.

The jet is powered by two Pratt & Whitney Canada PW617F engines with 1,615 pounds of thrust each. Its range with four occupants will be 1,160 nautical miles (2,148 km or 1,335 miles) with NBAA IFR reserves, 35 minutes, and 100 nm alternate; or 1,320 nautical miles (2,445 km or 1,519 miles) with NBAA VFR reserves, 45 minutes. The aircraft is capable of flying at 41,000 feet (12,497 m) at a maximum operating speed of Mach 0.70 and is designed for short-field takeoffs. These characteristics will allow customers to fly nonstop from Geneva (Switzerland) to Stockholm (Sweden), Kiev (Ukraine), Istanbul (Turkey) or Rabat (Morocco); and from London (UK) to Reykjavik (Iceland), Lisbon (Portugal), Tunis (Tunisia), Sofia (Bulgaria) or Stockholm (Sweden) at a lower cost than competitive aircraft, including turboprops.

The Phenom 100 is priced at US$ 2.85 million (US$2.98 million, effective July 1, 2007) based on January 2005 economic conditions for FAA certification and is expected to enter service in mid-2008.

The Phenom 300 jet will be configured to accommodate up to nine occupants. Its large 76 cubic feet (2.15 cubic meters) baggage capacity will conveniently transport passengers’ luggage, golf bags and skis.

The jet is powered by two Pratt & Whitney Canada PW535E engines with 3,200 pounds of thrust each. Its range with six occupants will be 1,800 nautical miles (3,334 km or 2,071 miles) with NBAA IFR reserves, 35 minutes and 100 nm alternate. The aircraft is capable of flying at 45,000 feet (13,716 meters) at a maximum operating speed of Mach 0.78 and is also designed for short-field takeoffs. These capabilities will permit customers to fly nonstop from London (UK) to Reykjavik (Iceland), the Azores, Cairo (Egypt), Tel Aviv (Israel) or Moscow (Russia) at a lower cost than competitive aircraft.

The Phenom 300 is expected to enter service in mid-2009 and is priced at US$ 6.65 million, based on January 2005 economic conditions, for FAA certification.

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Old July 2nd, 2007, 04:44 PM   #13
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nice aircraft
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Old July 2nd, 2007, 04:45 PM   #14
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Embraer turns 40 as the 3rd largest in the world

Happy Birthday Embraer!!


Wednesday, August 19, 2009, 12:50
http://br.invertia.com/noticias/noti...0_RED_78319087

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Embraer turns 40 as the 3rd largest in the world

Embraer, the third largest aircraft manufacturer in the world, turns forty years this Wednesday. The company, which manufactures military, commercial and executive aircrafts, was up 31% in its net profit in the second quarter, compared to the same period of 2008 to US$ 466.9 million.

» Check out the Embraer Historical Center website:
-> http://www.centrohistoricoembraer.com.br/en/Default.htm

» Embraer timeline:
-> http://www.centrohistoricoembraer.co...po/default.htm

» Embraer Aircraft History:
-> http://www.centrohistoricoembraer.co...es/default.htm


The company is more recognized by iots civil aviation projects, but it also develops military aircrafts.


http://www.embraer.com/english/conte...rio-40anos.asp
Calendar of Commemorative Activities (2009)
Embraer's 40th Anniversary

April - Embraer's 40th Commemorative logo release
May - EMBRAER 190 Painting Contest with the theme "Embraer's 40th Anniversary"
June - Planting 40 trees of native species at each of its units in Brazil
June - Launching of the Embraer Historical Center Portal
June - Bandeirante Prototype Delivery Cerimony to MAB - Brazilian Aerospace Memorial
July - Drawing Contest - Aircraft of the Future
July - CBA 123 Restored Delivery Cerimony to MUSAL - Aeroespace Museum
July - Embraer Itinerary Exhibition starts - We never stop inventing the airplane
August - Commemoration Ceremony of Embraer’s 40th anniversary
August - 40 Years Book Launch - History of Embraer
September - CBA 123 Restored Delivery Cerimony to MAB - Brazilian Aerospace Memorial
October - Public schools contest - Embraer Mini-glider championship
October - Fort Lauderdale Historical Center Inauguration



All Embraer's current commertial, desense and executive aircraft models:
http://www.embraer.com/english/content/aeronaves/











Embraer delivering E190 to Niki Lauda




Parabéns Embraer!!
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40 years later, 1st president says he does not see Embraer imagined as a world leader

There are exactly 40 years, was born the company that put Brazil in the world aviation map. Created on August 19, 1969 by Decree-Law No. 770, the aircraft manufacturer Embraer has as its first chief superintendent (equivalent to the chair position), the aeronautical engineer Ozires Silva, leader of the group that designed the creation of the company then state . In an interview with Reuters, Silva says that the first board did not think the company would reach the current level, as the third largest manufacturer of commercial jets in the world and the global leader in aircraft up to 120 passengers.


=> See historic images of the Embraer aircraft and its
http://ultimosegundo.ig.com.br///fot...er_554882.html

=> Agencies from Brazil and USA require repairs on aircraft
http://ultimosegundo.ig.com.br/econo...9/08/19/avioes + of + company + +145 recall146 Terao +7971916. html


Ozires Silva (left). and the current president
Embraer's, Frederico Curado (ed.)



Formed by the Instituto Tecnológico de Aeronáutica (ITA), Silva led the Company since its foundation until 1986. Later, he returned to the chair of the presidency during the privatization of the company, between 1991 and 1995.

"[After privatization], the company came and stretched his muscles with strength in foreign markets," he says.

Silva in the assessment of the global financial crisis hit the Embraer to wipe the demand in foreign markets. "Over 40% of Embraer's sales go to the U.S.," highlights. For the former president, the resignation of 4.2 thousand employees was a way to "reduce costs". "The company was not breathing the Brazilian climate, but the U.S., its main market."

Silva also chaired the Petrobras and Varig and was Minister of Infrastructure. He is currently dean of Unimonte. Check out the interview:

He followed the path of Embraer since its foundation. In 1969, it was possible to imagine it would become a major industry in the world?

Not imagined. Embraer was created as a state company, why can not private capital. It was government's wish that it was not state, but nobody topou finance an aircraft manufacturing company with national project.


Bandeirante aircraft fly in Rio

During the period of state the company has to go well, several planes produced, won 40 markets worldwide. Began with the Bandeirante [first airplane manufactured by Embraer], went to Brasilia, and then had enough success with the Tucano. Until we reached the end of the 80s, there was a crisis of international air transport, the freezing of savings made by the Collor government, BNDES stopped the financing of aircraft. Embraer was unable to finance aircraft because the plane is not for sale. The result was that the government finally agreed to privatize the company.

Privatized, it was easier to drive, with less restrictions than a state and more competitive. In any event the Company has a history of success, but not thought to reach this size. The climate for investing in Brazil is not favorable, the legal conditions are always very complicated.


"The government did not want to state that the Company was born, but nobody topou finance"


How does privatization affect the trajectory of the Embraer?

The state enterprises, such as known, were established by the government of the revolution [military government]. As time passes, our legislation tends to "acarunchar [get old] and the results for the Company was a crisis at the end of the 80s, when the privatization program began. The case arose precisely because the government is wound both in state law that companies have lost the power of competition. Embraer no exception to the rule, and the Vale do Rio Doce, the Usiminas and other state that could not survive under government administration.


Ozires Silva (center) during the privatization auction of the company

Of course, Embraer had success as a state, but the success has been cool due to administrative practices that restricted the operation of the company and left no flexibility to act in a dynamic market as the international. Embraer had everything to grow: technology, products, competent staff, but was tied by the legislation. With the advent of privatization, the change of water was pro wine. The company came and stretched his muscles with strength in foreign markets.

Today, 96% of Embraer's revenue comes from exports. The company was looking to the foreign market since its conception?

In the decades of 30, 40, 50 and even in the 60s, inflation was a serious business and Brazil was not a competitive country. All companies that emerged were engaged primarily in the internal market. I had no condition to compete out there with the resourcefulness with which operated mainly French and American companies.

The case of Embraer, however, was different because it set up the marketing program of a international company, aware that the Brazilian would not be sufficient demand to justify production of airplanes in Brazil. We needed external demand as well. That is why we do not make any aircraft under license, produce aircraft with national technology.


"The domestic demand did not justify the production of airplanes in Brazil. The foreign demand was necessary "


Crises in 1990 and 2009 the company turned to layoffs to restructure - 4 thousand people in the first case and over 4.2 thousand in the most recent. There are similarities between these two moments?

The similarity exists. In both cases the drop in demand for airplanes caused the crisis. If the crisis of 90, we had growth of the practice of international terrorism on airplanes. The airports were not prepared for the level of security we have today. There was a huge amount of terrorist actions, which terrorize the passengers and for the first time since the Second World War, the international and domestic air traffic was down. Sumindo with demand, the number of aircraft purchased and fell manufacturers were in difficulties.



above, 195 and 190 commercial jets, down Phenon 300 and the Super Tucano military

In the 90s, Boeing fired only 70 thousand people. It was a very serious crisis. Here in Brazil was no different, because the Embraer's sales fell, and still had aggravating: the Collor government ordered the freezing of the savings. Was also a restructuring of the export financing system that took three years to complete, and the Embraer was no funding to sell outside. Embraer became the beginning of the 90s a huge difficulty.

In 2008, the global financial crisis began in the U.S.. Over 40% of Embraer's sales are to the U.S.. The company was not breathing the Brazilian climate, but the U.S., its main market. This influence that it once had to fit, cut costs. Among the cutting of costs, the company regrets very much, but needed to cut staff.


"Over 40% of Embraer's sales go to the U.S., one of the countries hardest hit by the crisis"


The regional aviation in Brazil is still a very low level. There is scope for development of this market here?

Brazil has the same age in the USA, the same size, and much less fly. Last year, the U.S., the airline carried almost 900 million passengers. We transported 50 million people. The U.S. has 280 thousand registered aircraft. Here, we have 11 thousand. The numbers are very different. I would say that Brazil has a much smaller aircraft than he needs.

Why?

Attribute this fact to government restrictions. We do not have any law allowing private management of public airports. The private sector can not build airports. Sao Paulo needs a third airport and the private sector can not build it if you want. We need deregulation of the sector and allow the administration to be private.

The Infraero has no monopoly, manages 67 airports. But the other, in general, are operated by municipalities and the private are extremely limited. In the U.S. and in Europe it's common to private airports. I do not see why the government wants to stay on it. This is an incredible opportunity for growth. The plane is absolutely necessary and bring back things such as time, safety and comfort.




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=> Embraer's Profit up 31% in 2nd quarter, to $ 466 million
http://ultimosegundo.ig.com.br/econo...i+7601949.html

=> Read more about: Embraer
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I've been on the EMB 120, ERJ 145 and ERJ 190 and loved them all.....especially the 120 for some reason.
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Embraer: Proud of Brazil



The company produces commercial, military, and corporate aircraft, and provides related aerospace services. From 1999 to 2001 it was Brazil's largest exporter and is still one of the three main exporters in Brazil.

Main facilities

* Embraer São José dos Campos (São José dos Campos, Brazil)
* Embraer Eugênio de Melo (São José dos Campos, Brazil)
* Embraer Gavião Peixoto (Gavião Peixoto, Brazil)
* Embraer Portugal (Évora, Portugal) - Will start its production in 2009.

Regional sales and product support offices

* Embraer North America (Fort Lauderdale, Florida, USA, Nashville, Tennessee, USA, and Hartford, Connecticut, USA)
* Embraer Europe (Villepinte, France)
* Embraer China (Beijing, China)
* Embraer Singapore (Singapore, Singapore)

Subsidiaries

* Indústria Aeronáutica Neiva (Botucatu, Brazil) - manufactures the Embraer EMB 202 Ipanema, light aircraft, and various components.
* EAMS - Embraer Aircraft Maintenance Services Inc. (Nashville, Tennessee USA) - maintenance services site.
* OGMA - Indústria Aeronáutica de Portugal (Alverca do Ribatejo, Portugal) - aircraft component maintenance, repair and manufacturing, plus aircraft maintenance services.
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Embraer also has a production plant and flight testing facility in Gavião Peixoto, São Paulo. This facility includes a 16,400-foot (5,000 m) runway, the third-longest in the world.





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The history began with EMB 110







General characteristics

* Capacity: 21 passengers
* Length: 15.1 m (49 ft 7 in)
* Wingspan: 15.4 m (50 ft 3 in)
* Height: 4.9 m (16 ft 2 in)
* Wing area: 29.1 m² (313 ft²)
* Max takeoff weight: 5,900 kg (12,500 lb)
* Powerplant: 2× Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6A-34 turboprop engines, 559 kW (750 shp) each

Performance

* Cruise speed: 341 km/h (184 knots, 212 mph)
* Range: 1,964 km (1,060 nm, 1,220 mi)

Civil Operators:

Australia

* Aeropelican (1)

Brazil

* Abaeté Linhas Aéreas (6)
* Manaus Aerotáxi
* Táxi Aéreo Weiss

Canada

* Air Creebec (3)
* Kenn Borek Air (4)
Cook Islands

* Air Rarotonga (3)

Cuba

* Aerocaribbean (4)

Curaçao

* Insel Air (2)
Fiji

* Air Fiji (3)

Guatemala

* Transportes Aereos Guatemaltecos (4)

United Kingdom

* SkyDrift Air Charter (1)
* Air UK
* Jersey European (now Flybe)

United States

* AirNow (12)

Venezuela

* Rutaca (5)
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