EMBRAER 190: introduction
The Embraer 190, a key component of Embraer’s E-Jet lineup, exemplifies the company’s commitment to advancing regional aviation. Developed in response to the evolving needs of the industry, the E190 emerged as a modern and efficient regional jet designed to deliver a superior passenger experience. Serving as the inaugural model in the E-Jet series, the E190 laid the foundation for a family of aircraft celebrated for their adaptability, fuel efficiency, and passenger-centric design.
With widespread certifications from global aviation authorities, the E190 has garnered recognition as a preferred choice among leading airlines, showcasing Embraer’s ongoing dedication to shaping the future of regional air travel. Join AEROAFFAIRES as we delve into the world of the Embraer 190.
Embraer 190: a little history
The story of the Embraer E190 goes back to the turn of the millennium, when Brazilian company Embraer set about developing an innovative regional airliner. The first of the E-Jets family, the new aircraft E190 made its maiden flight in March 2004, marking the start of a new era in regional aviation.
With certification from Brazilian, European and American aviation authorities, the E190 quickly conquered the market. In March 2005, the airline flight JetBlue Airways took delivery of the very first aircraft, ushering in a successful period of commercial operation. This variant was acclaimed for its spacious cabin, its range adapted to regional routes and its operational efficiency.
Over the years, the E-Jets family has expanded with variants and new airplanes such as the E175 and E195, offering airlines versatile options for a variety of operational requirements. The Embraer E190 has established a solid reputation for comfort, fuel economy and reliability, illustrating Embraer’s significant role in the regional aviation sector.
A few key dates:
The Embraer 190 has several key dates in its development and operational history.
- March 12, 2004: Maiden Flight – The Embraer 190 conducted its first flight, marking a crucial step in its development.
- August 2005: Certification – The Embraer 190 received certification from the Agência Nacional de Aviação Civil (ANAC) in Brazil, allowing it to enter into commercial service.
- March 2005: First Delivery – JetBlue Airways received the first Embraer 190, officially marking the entry of the aircraft into commercial service.
- 2005 Onwards: Commercial Service – The Embraer 190 entered service with various airlines globally, contributing to Embraer’s success in the regional aviation market.
- Ongoing Updates: Over the years, Embraer has introduced various updates and enhancements to the E190, including improved fuel efficiency, avionics upgrades, and other modifications to meet changing industry standards.
These key dates highlight important milestones in the development, certification, and operational deployment of the Embraer 190.
Embraer 190: the aircraft interior
Two rows are arranged within the cabin, separated by a spacious single aisle. These rows have been designed to be spacious, pleasant and offer more in-flight comfort than conventional commercial aircraft. So you can enjoy a pleasant trip without feeling too cramped. Depending on configuration, the Embraer 190 seating can carry between 93 and 114 passengers. The aircraft also have room for consequent baggage storage.
The Embraer 190 is followed by a longer version: the Embraer 195, which can carry up to 124 passengers. Finally, the 195-E2, the largest aircraft in the manufacturer’s catalog, is the latest generation. This latest-generation airplane made its maiden flight on October 16, 2019.
Travel by Embraer 190 for your next group trip
This aircraft is an ideal choice for group charters. Many of our customers charter an Embraer 190 to fly a sports team out to events or for the transport of groups of musicians for festivals or concerts.
Booking a private plane to travel as a group offers a significant financial advantage. Many customers charter an airliner as it can often be a cheaper option than the group travel offers of regular airlines. AEROAFFAIRES is committed to respecting your budget and promises to offer you the solution best suited to your needs.
With our dedicated engine, we can find an Embraer 190 at a price, date and time that best suits your requirements. When you charter a private jet with AEROAFFAIRES, we take care of all the administrative and logistical details, guaranteeing you complete peace of mind.
Flexibility guaranteed when you charter an Embraer 190 with AEROAFFAIRES
Not only do you save time and money when you charter an Embraer 190 with AEROAFFAIRES, you also have a range of options and perks to make your travel easier. For example, you can customise the cabin configuration for your group flight, and choose onboard catering to suit your requirements. You even have the possibility of adding decor with your unique branding.
Renting a plane for a group flight allows direct flights to all types of airports, including small regional airports as close as possible to a destination. This means you avoid all the delays and waiting associated with commercial aviation. Flying to a remote or small airport? No problem. With our air taxi service, we can take care of your long haul flight and your transfer to your final destination.