Over 1,300 of the E series aircraft have been manufactured since 2001 by Embraer Commercial Aviaiton, headquartered in Brazil.
The company also manufactures the Embraer ERJ Series, military, executive and agricultural aircraft.
The engines of the E Series are mounted under the wings. Four cabin doors are provided, two forward and two aft. The E170/E175 has no additional emergency exit door; the E190/E195 has an emergency exit door over each wing. Winglets are mounted on the wing tips.
The Embraer E-Jet E2 family represents the second generation of E-Jets, and includes the E175-E2, E190-E2 and the E195-E2, carrying from 80 to 146 passengers.
The Embraer E-Jet family includes these models:
|Embraer Commercial Aircraft||Length||Passengers||Range|
|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|
|Shown below is a side-by-side comparison of frequently spotted Embraer E175, E190 and E195 jetliners|
|Air France HOP Embraer E170 jet. Note the engines mounted under the wings in the E-Series jets.|
|Embraer E175 jet in United Express livery|
Embraer E175 of KLM, Registration Number PH-EXS (Photo by DELEHELLE Eric)
FlyBe Embraer E175, Registration Number G-FBJB (Photo by DELEHELLE Eric)
|Shown below is a KLM CityHopper Embraer E190, with its twin jets mounted under the wings, winglets and emergency exit door over the wings. (Photo by DELEHELLE Eric)|
Embraer E190, Registration CS-TPO, of Transport Air Portugal Express (Photo by DELEHELLE Eric)
Embraer E190, Registration CN-RGQ, of Royal Air Maroc (Photo by DELEHELLE Eric)
|Embraer E190 N238JB "Blue Clipper" of JetBlue Airways|
|Aeromexico Connect E190LR, Registration XA-ACE (Photo courtesy of the DFW Airport)|
Embraer E195LR of AirDolomiti, Registration No. I-ADJN (Photo by DELEHELLE Eric)
|Embraer E-Jet E2 Series of jetliners (Photo courtesy of Embraer Commercial Aviation)|
|Embraer E190-E2 (Photo courtesy of Embraer Commercial Aviation)|
|The chart below shows a side-by-side comparison of the Embraer E175 (below) and the Bombardier Airbus A220-100 (top)|