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Specifications

Fuel Burn

Fuel Burn

Compared to current E-Jets.
Dual class configuration, 600 nm.

4th Gen Full Fly By Wire

Better control. A smoother flight.

Fourth generation full fly-by-wire digital closed-loop control on the E2 improves flying qualities and boosts fuel efficiency.

A full fly-by-wire system saves weight, increases pilot control,  improves aircraft performance and provides complete envelope protection in all phases for a smoother flight.

Embraer has a long history using fly-by-wire technology. The current generation of E-Jets, the mid-size Legacy 450/500 (which were the first full fly-by-wire aircraft in their class) and the KC390 military transport used FBW.

Previous experience with these three aircraft helped to introduce mature 4th generation fly-by-wire control on the new E-Jets E2s.

AHEAD-PRO

AHEAD-PRO is a computational web-based platform to continuously monitor the health of the fleet, providing timely maintenance information in a friendly and straightforward way.

With AHEAD-PRO aircraft systems health condition is systematically assessed and unplanned maintenance of monitored systems is avoided by means of failures occurrence prediction.

Moreover the activities of fault identification, troubleshooting and resources planning occur before the aircraft lands its destination, optimizing airline turn-around-time between flights.

AHEAD-PRO offers functionalities to optimize all steps to execute Health Monitoring process in the airline, from data acquisition to time-to-failure prognosis.

Layout

Forward Thinking

E2’s advanced integrated avionics system provides exceptional situational awareness enhanced by large landscape displays and reduced pilot workload.

Innovative technologies such as synthetic vision and advanced flight management support more fuel-efficient direct approaches to airports. Cockpit commonality with current-generation E-Jets allows for a smooth transition to the new E2 platform.

Features

New Features
- Wireless connectivity
- Enhanced central
maintenance computer
- SmartView™

Improved Navigation
- Graphical flight planning
- Next generation FMS
- INAV®
- GBAS & GLS

Improved Situational Awareness
- Cockpit Display of Traffic
Information (CDTI)
- IntuVue™ 3D Weather Radar
- SmartRunway™ & SmartLanding™

Commonality

Making an easy transition

Common type rating between current generation E-Jets and the E2s makes it easy to transition between aircraft. In fact, it takes a maximum of three days of training.

Pilots complete self-instruction and classroom modules before reviewing cockpit procedures in a trainer. High-level flight training systems and time in a full-flight simulator are not necessary for E-Jets pilots to qualify on the E2.

E195-E2

Higher capacity. lower cost.

An E-Jet that is ideally positioned between larger, new generation, single-aisle jets and smaller capacity equipment.

Flying in mainline, regional or low-fare environments, the operating economics of the E195-E2 are the best among aircraft in its category.

Keeping Competitive in the Most  Competitive Markets.

Dimensions

Weight

WING

The E2s sport high-aspect ratio wings with swept tips that, combined with redesigned pylons and other aerodynamic improvements — coupled with our enhanced fourth generation full fly-by-wire — achieve double digit lower fuel consumption compared to current-generation E-Jets.

An Optimized Combination The wing and engine combination for the E175-E2 and a common larger wing and engine for the E190-E2/E195-E2 are optimized to deliver maximum performance.

The GTF

Geared to Save Fuel

Pratt & Whitney PurePower® Geared Turbofan™ Engine E2’s new GTF engines — the PW1700G (E175-E2) and PW1900G (E190-E2 and E195-E2) — have an advanced gear system that allows the engine’s fan to operate at a different speed than the low-pressure compressor and turbine.

They work in combination with new aerodynamically advanced wings and other advanced controls and systems to create doubledigit improvements in fuel burn, maintenance costs, emissions, and external noise.

PW1900G

PW1919G
19.000 / 21.000 lbf
AEO/OEI, flat-rated, ISA+15

PW1921G
21.000 / 23.000 lbf
AEO/OEI, flat-rated, ISA+15

PW1922G
22.000 / 22.000 lbf
AEO/OEI, flat-rated, ISA+20

PW1923G
22.000 / 23.000 lbf
AEO/OEI, flat-rated, ISA+20

Fan Diameter
73 inch

Bypass ratio
12:1

Weight
3.198kg / 7.050lb
engine + nacelle

Architeture
1-G-3-8-2-3
Fan/LPC/HPC/HPT/LPT

Cabin Interior

The Power Within

Interior design for a new generation.

A look inside E2 reveals thoughtful, well-conceived design that has the power to please from all perspectives. A totally new environment far exceeds the norm and thoughtfully addresses the varied needs of passengers, crew, airlines, and leasing companies alike.

As within a fashionable hotel or restaurant, a prevailing sense of quality begins with the welcoming atmosphere of the boarding point and continues with such elements as style and tone of lighting, contemporary materials, quality fabrics, and glass partitions. Within these surroundings passengers enjoy their own physical and emotional “space within a space” — their “personal territory.”

This “bubble” with control is achieved through the coming together of small things that deliver a larger benefit — elements such as clarity of seat signage, individual PSUs, seat back screens, and additional leg room in economy.

The passenger-preferred 2x2 configuration gives a perception of wider aisles while simplifying movement through the cabin. The position of bin doors when open, coupled with dramatic ceiling illumination, creates a sense of height and space above the aisle.

Premium seating further conveys a feeling of openness. Overall, the E2 interior generates a smoothing-out effect on the passenger journey experience — reducing the traditional stress points of boarding, inflight activity, and disembarking.

Cross Section

Personal Space

- New Overhead Bins
IATA 22”x18”x10” (56x45x25cm) recommended cabin  baggage on “wheels –first” position.
More than 40% volume/pax increase over current E-Jets.
Maximizes the number of cases  and expedites boarding .

- Personal PSU Concept
Individual PSUs, improving use of personal space.
Modular building and common parts minimizing part numbers.
Common PSU for Economy and First Class.
Quick Release, facilitating re-configuration.

First Class

- First Class – 2+1 Concept
Maximum seat width with 23” seat pan.
Typical seat pitches from 36” to 40”.

- First Class – Staggered Concept
Individual seats with increased leg room.
Widebody cabin feel with 50” seat pitch.
Easiness of re-configuration: Same bins and seat track of economy class.

Economy Class

Slim profile.
Robust and light weight.

Compatible with up 12” IFE screen.
In-built optional features flexibility.
Upper literature pocket maximizing legroom.

Cabin Layouts

More Seats. Bigger Markets. Lowest Cost per Seat.

Ideal for mainline or low-fare applications, the E195-E2 can be configured in single, dual or multi-class layouts. And for those high-volume routes low-seat mile/kilometer cost is critical, the E195-E2 with its slim seats can maximize passenger capacity.

On the E2, no one is ever stuck in the middle. All seats are either by the window or on the aisle.

RANGE CIRCLES

Discover where in the world the E2 can take you. Short haul routes, long sectors, feeding hubs, opening new markets - whatever the mission, E-Jets E2 go the distance.

So, where do you want to fly?

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