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|Size||253 x 200mm|
|Historical period||2002 - today|
|Attention||Do not include paint or glue ( sold separately )|
|Content||Plastic parts | decals | Instructions|
The Embraer E-Jet family is a series of narrow-body medium-range twin-engine jet airliners produced by Brazilian aerospace conglomerate Embraer. Launched at the Paris Air Show in 1999, and entering production in 2002, the aircraft series has been a commercial success. The aircraft is used by mainline and regional airlines around the world. As of 30 September 2015, there is a backlog of 263 firm orders for the E-Jets, 433 options and 1158 units delivered.
The E190/195 models are a larger stretch of the E170/175 models fitted with a new, larger wing, larger horizontal stabilizer and a new engine, the GE CF34-10E, rated at 18,500 lb (82.30 kN). These aircraft compete with the Bombardier CRJ-1000 and CS100, the Boeing 737-200 and 737-600, and the Airbus A318. It can carry up to 100 passengers in a two-class configuration or up to 124 in single-class high density configuration.
The first flight of the E190 was on March 12, 2004 (PP-XMA), with the first flight of the E195 (PP-XMJ) on December 7 of the same year. The launch customer of the E190 was New York-based low-cost carrier JetBlue with 100 orders options in 2003 and took its first delivery in 2005. British low-cost carrier Flybe launched the E195 operations on 22 September 2006. With 14 orders and 12 options airline was the first operator of this type of aircraft.
As the 190/195 models are of mainline aircraft size, many airlines operate them as such, fitting them with a business class section and operating them themselves, instead of having them flown by a regional airline partner. For example, Air Canada operates 45 E190 aircraft fitted with 9 business-class and 88 economy-class seats as part of its primary fleet. JetBlue and American Airlines also operate the E190 as part of their own fleet thus allowing airlines increased crewing flexibility by having the ability of cabin crews to work aboard narrow-body or widebody aircraft.
This is a 1/144 plastic kit from Revell, to build a Embraer 190 with decals for the "Lufthansa" company.
A model construction kit of the ERJ 190, a successful short haul aircraft from the Brazilian aircraft manufacturer Embraer.
Features of the model:
- Replica cockpit
- Detailed under-carriage
- Detailed engines
Authentic decal set for following version:
- Embraer E190 Lufthansa
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