Originally from the Embraer 135’s Wikipedia page and changed by me to make it more clearer
The Embraer ERJ 135 is a twin-engine regional jet produced by Embraer that seats 37 passengers. The jet is powered by two turbo fan engines. The aircraft was designed with a series of regional, turboprop jets. They are the ERJ 135 (this one), the ERJ 140 and the ERJ 145.
The ERJ series were designed for a perceived new market for regional jet aircraft, where the increased speed, comfort and passenger appeal would outweigh the inherent fuel economy of the turboprop aircraft which were in service and in development.
I think we should have the ERJ 135 as another small regional jet. As we know for Infinite Flight we do not have that much small regional jets. We have the Dash 8, CRJ 200 and Boeing 717. (there is more but I just wanted to say these) But what about proper regional get flying? Maybe around Scotland? Haha. I also think we should get this aircraft as Loganair fly it and as we know we have no Loganair in Infinite Flight. That is my opinion.
From the Embraer 135’s Wikipedia page
- 2 flight crew
- 37 seats
- 26.33 m (86 ft 5 in) in length
- 20.04 m (65 ft 9 in) in wingspan
- 6.76 m (22 ft 2 in) in height
- 20,000 kg (44,092 lbs) is the MTW
- 18.500 kg (40.785 lbs)
- 450 knts is the maximum cruse speed
- 1,750 nmi is the maximum range
- 37,000 ft is the maximum altitude