Embraer E170

Embraer E170

Embraer E170 is the smallest aircraft in the E-Jet family developed by Embraer. It was the first to enter revenue service in March 2004.

The E170 typically seats around 72 passengers in a typical single class configuration, 66 in a dual class configuration, and up to 78 in a high density configuration. The E170 directly competes with the Bombardier CRJ700 and loosely with the turboprop Bombardier Q400.

E170 is powered by two General Electric CF34-8E engines of 14,200 pounds (62.28 kN) thrust each.

Role: Narrowbody jet airliner
Manufacturer: Embraer
Country: Brazil
First Flight: February 19, 2002
Status: In Service
Produced: 2001-Present

E170 belongs to the Embraer E-Jet family. The E-jet series adopts many new designs features in the cabin, and EFIS avionics. The aircraft design process also adopts virtual reality assisted design work.


Flight Crew: 2
Seating Capacity: 72-78 (single class configuration); 66 (dual class configuration)
Cabin Height: 2 m (6 ft 7 in)
Cabin Width: 2.74 m (9 ft)

Length: 29.90 m (98 ft 1 in)
Wingspan: 26 m (85 ft 4 in)
Wing area: 72.72m² (783 ft²)
Height: 9.85m (32 ft 4 in)
Max payload: 9,759 kg (21,515 lb)
Max fuel: 9,335 kg (20,580 lb)

Engines: 2x GE CF34-8E
Thrust: 2× 14,200 lbf (63 kN)

Max. speed: Mach .82 (470 kn; 871 km/h; 541 mph)
Ceiling: 41,000 ft (12,000 m)
Cruise: Mach .75 (430 kn; 797 km/h; 495 mph)
Range: 2,150 nmi (3,982 km)