EMBRAER ERJ 135: introduction
The Embraer 135 (or ERJ-135 standing for Embraer Regional Jet) is a regional aircraft manufactured by the constructor Embraer.
The ERJ 135 is a twin-engine aircraft based on the ERJ 145. They share 95% of the same parts, but the fuselage of the ERJ 135 is 3.5 meters shorter. In addition to their original function, both models are used for NATO missions.
The ERJ 135 is designed for short-haul travel; 110 aircraft are built. Embraer also decides to develop two business versions of the ERJ 135, called Legacy. These versions can carry between 16 and 37 passengers.
Embraer ERJ 135: a little history
The ERJ-135 program was officially launched in 1997. The first ERJ-135 prototype left the factory in 1998 and made its maiden flight on July 4, 1998, two weeks ahead of schedule. But in just two flights, the test crew had completely explored the flight envelope.
A second prototype was built, and made its maiden flight in October 1998. The ERJ-135 was certified in May 1999, and the first delivery took place in July of the same year. The Brazilian manufacturer launched the ERJ 135 and 140 in 1999. The first model quickly became a success, unlike the second, which was subsequently discontinued.
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