E195

Even better economics for your business

The E195, along with the other E-Jets in the family revolutionized the regional jet model, filling a gap in the market between regional and mainline aircraft. The largest member of the E-Jet family, the E195 delivers even better economics than the E190, making it an ideal choice for low-cost operators.

E195 in detail

FleetSmart

economics

performance

cabin

environment

range

FleetSmart

Seize new opportunities and sustain profitability

Helping our customers sustain profitability and giving them the competitive is central to our FleetSmart philosophy and reflected in our E-Jets family of aircraft. Filling the gap between ‘regional’ and ‘mainline’, E-Jets deliver excellent performance and operational efficiencies, both in the air and on the ground. The undisputed leader in the 70-130 + seat segment, the E-Jet is a true business warrior.

economics

The aircraft that looks after your bottom line

An optimized design means that the E-Jet is built with the lowest possible aircraft operating rate in order to carry the highest revenue-generating payload. Since fuel consumption is proportional to aircraft weight, a lighter airplane means cost savings that go right to your bottom line. When it comes best cost per trip, it’s the leader in the segment.
A streamlined maintenance program, a high degree of parts commonality among the family and fast turnaround times (in as few as 15 minutes) increases daily utilization and efficiency while decreasing unit costs.

Smart aftersales care with tight SLAs in place with suppliers minimizes operating costs, whilst again, maximizing utilization.

performance

A combination of performance and efficiency

The E195 incorporates fly-by-wire technology that helps to reduce pilot workload, improves aircraft performance, simplifies systems architecture and minimizes weight and maintenance.

 

cabin

An intelligent use of space

E-Jets are designed from a double-bubble fuselage concept, a shape derived from vertically overlapping two ovals to produce a four-abreast cross section.

The widest point of the upper oval, which forms the main cabin, is at elbow level when passengers are seated. This maximizes personal space and allows the installation of wider seats and a wider aisle compared to most larger jets. The width of the lower oval is greatest near the cabin floor which boosts baggage and cargo capacity.

Adding to the sense of spaciousness is a two meter high cabin, near-vertical sidewalls and large eye-level windows, almost 30% larger than those on other aircraft, that let in lots of natural light. What’s more, under seat areas are free of support railings so that passengers can stretch out in greater comfort.
E-Jets incorporate a human-focused design approach emphasizing physical and cognitive requirements and abilities. In the cockpit, the ergonomic placement of instruments and controls in a dark and quiet environment creates unsurpassed situational awareness that reduces pilot workload.

environment

Sustainable and environmentally friendly

E-Jets comply with ICAO Annex 16 Chapter IV noise restrictions mandated in 2006.

Together with our partners, we have incorporated new sound-absorbing materials, produced lighter, quieter systems, and improved engine nacelle acoustics. Embraer teams continually work to improve aircraft operational procedures to ensure uncompromised performance at noise-sensitive airports.

General Electric’s CF34 engine is designed to be more efficient – CO, UHC, NOx and smoke emission margins range from 9% to 77% below ICAO Annex 16 (Volume II) CAEP/6 limits for the E190/E195

range

The aircraft that goes the distance

The Advanced Range (AR) version of the E195 can carry a full load of passengers up to 2,300 nm (4,260 km).
See how far the E195 flies by choosing a city near you*.
*Ranges are indicative only, are based on ISA temperatures, zero winds, and maximum passengers in standard, single-class configuration and are not to be used for flight planning or dispatch.

  •   E170
  •   E175
  •   E190
  •   E195

E195 Specifications

Weights & Payload

Maximum Takeoff Weight
52,290 kg / 115,280 lb
Maximum Lading Weight
45,800 kg / 100,972 lb
Maximum Payload
13,917 kg / 30,682 lb
Maximum Usable Fuel^
12,971 kg / 28,596 lb (16,153 l / 4,267 gal)

Typical seat capacity

Dual class
100 seats | 12 @ 42" | 88 @ 33" pitch
Single class
116 seats @ 32" | 31" pitch
Single class
124 seats @ 31" | 30" | 29" pitch

Performance

Max Cruise Speed
M 0.82
Time to Climb to FL350*
18 min
Takeoff Field Length**
1,432 m / 4,698 ft
Takeoff Field Length***
2,179 m / 7,149 ft
Landing Field Length****
1,275 m / 4,183 ft
Service Ceiling
41,000 ft
Range*****
2,300 nm / 4,260 km

^Fuel density: 0.803 kg/l (6.70 lb/gal)
*TOW for 500nm, full PAX^^, ISA, SL, ES engines ** TOW for 500nm, full PAX^^, ISA, SL, E5 engines
***MTOW, ISA, SL – E5 engines for LR; E5A1 engines for AR version ****MLW, ISA, SL
*****Full PAX^^, LRC, typical mission reserves
^^Single-class seating at 32” pitch; Passengers at 100 kg (220 lb)

Data only for AR version, for LR please see full specs.

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