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Mar 12, 2013 Delta (Shuttle America) EMB SU Hard Landing at Chicago O'Hare International Airport Find the interior and seating specifications for the Embraer EMB 170 (E70) here. The Ejet family was formally launched at the Paris Air Show on 14 June 1999 as the ERJ170 and ERJ190, designations later changed to Embraer 170 and Embraer 190.
Launch customers for the aircraft were the French airline Rgional Compagnie Arienne Europenne with ten orders and five options for the E170; and the Swiss airline Crossair with an order for 30 E170s and 30 E190s. The ERJ 170 is one of the nicest regional jets on any domestic carrier, and actually more comfortable than most main line planes. This plane is configured with three classes of service, First, Economy Plus (with three extra inches of legroom) and Economy. Every seat in every class is a window or aisle, since there is no middle seat anywhere.
I flew on both configurations of the United Embraer 170 on my most recent trip. The first featured two rows of first class and newer, more modern seats. These seats were very uncomfortable and both my legs ended up falling asleep during the flight. Jul 18, 2006 Shuttle America Embraer 170 Star Alliance member United Express (Chautauqua AirlinesShuttle America) sends in this EMB170 from Chicago. N631RW was Aviation Photo# Embraer 170SE (ERJ SE) United Express (Shuttle America) According to company records, the accident airplane was manufactured in 2005, and delivered from Embraer to Shuttle America Corp.
in May 2005. At the time of the accident, the airplane had accumulated 2, 517 total hours of flight time. Embraer ERJ170. EMBRAER ERJ170 (ALL CONNECTION CARRIERS) aircraft details; Seat map; Seat Specifications. First Class 9 Seats. Seat WidthPitch 20 in37 in 51 cm94 cm.
Aviation Photo# Embraer 170SE (ERJ SE) United Express (Shuttle America) The E models are a larger stretch of the E models fitted with a new, larger wing, larger horizontal stabilizer and a new engine, the GE CF3410E, [4 rated at 18, 500 lb (82. 30 kN).