Embraer 195

The Embraer stands out with its beautiful and modern design. The cabin with its two by two seating was designed to be especially spacious so that passengers feel like they have a lot of space thanks to the ergonomic design.

Side view of the Embraer 195 in Austrian design

Characteristics

The Embraer jets use approximately 18 percent less fuel per seat than Fokker aircraft and therefore have a much lower environmental impact. They are first on short and medium-haul routes and are truly a miracle for space: Thanks to their large aisle height and seat width they offer exceptional comfort to up to 120 passengers. Austrian flies the Embraer to Amsterdam, Vilnius or Venice among others.

Your benefits as a passenger

In the Embraer 195, there is no centre seat, only window or aisle. Using less than four litres of fuel per passenger and 100 kilometres, the aircraft stands out with its high efficiency, low emission values and low noise.

Description

Aircraft type Short-haul passenger aircraft
Number in the fleet 17
Seats 120
Maximum seat pitch Economy Class: 29" (73.6 cm)
Wingspan 28.7 m
Length 38.7 m
Height 10.6 m
Maximum speed 835 km/h
Maximum cruise altitude 12,500 m
Maximum range when loaded 2,140 km

Technical information

Manufacturer EMBRAER - Empresa Brasileira de Aeronáutica S.A., São José dos Campos, Brazil
Names - Austrian Airlines painting OE-LWA, OE-LWB, OE-LWC, OE-LWD (Central Europe), OE-LWE, OE-LWF, OE-LWG, OE-LWH, OE-LWI, OE-LWJ, OE-LWK, OE-LWL (City of Prague), OE-LWM, OE-LWN, OE-LWO (Wiener Johann Strauss Orchester), OE-LWP, OE-LWQ (Silent Night)
Engine 2 x General Electric CF34-10E
Maximum thrust 2 x 18,500 lbs
Maximum take-off weight 50,800 kg
Maximum landing weight 45,000 kg