The Embraer EMB-145 is a twin-engined regional jet plane with 50 seats. This aircraft has a range of 800 nautical miles and a cruising speed of 430 knots – 70 knots faster than its nearest turbo prop competitor. With operating costs comparable to those of a turbo prop, the EMB-145 is efficient and profitable, while providing the same high level of service in smaller markets that travellers are accustomed to receiving from major carriers.
Comfort & Size
The passenger cabin has been designed to accommodate a maximum of 50 passengers with flight attendant, galley, and toilet. The seats were designed for a pitch of 31 inches for optimal mobility and space. The flight attendant?s station, galley, wardrobes, and toilet, as well as the seat distribution may be arranged according to customer preference.
– A 31-inch seat pitch
– A galley for in-flight food and beverage service
– Stand-up head room in the cabin
– A fully equipped lavatory