Embraer E190 (E190) seat maps

The Embraer E190 is a narrow-body, twin-engine regional jet developed and manufactured by Embraer, a Brazilian aerospace company. It has a capacity of up to 114 passengers and a range of up to 2,400 nautical miles (4,448 kilometers). It is powered by two GE CF34-10E engines. The E190 first flew in 2004 and entered commercial service in 2005. It is primarily used by regional airlines for short to medium-haul routes, as well as by some major airlines as well. The E190 is a member of Embraer's E-Jet family of aircraft, which also includes the smaller E170 and E175 models, and the larger E195 model. The E190 is known for its comfort, fuel efficiency, and low noise levels. It's also used by governments and private companies for executive transportation. The E190 offers airlines a larger capacity than the E175 while maintaining similar operating costs and efficient performance.

Here is the list of all airlines that operate Embraer E190

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