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The Embraer ERJ-190 is a twin-engine medium-long range passenger aircraft, developed by the Brazilian company Embraer and is equipped with 2 General Electric CF-34 high by-pass engines which are mounted conventionally beneath the wings.
In 2008, the Brazilian Air Force ordered 2 ERJ-190's to replace the current Boeing 737's. The new ERJ-190's will be used for VIP transport with a maximum of 36 passengers.
|Last updated: August 17, 2010|