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Embraer 190 (BA CityFlyer)

Embraer 190.

BA CityFlyer, British Airways' wholly owned subsidiary, operates the Embraer 190 aircraft from London City airport to UK domestic and European routes.

The Embraer 190 is a narrow-body, twin-engine jet airliner manufactured by Embraer, a Brazilian aerospace company. BA CityFlyer operates the aircraft from London City airport to UK and European destinations.

The aircraft is a low wing design with engines mounted below the wings. The wings of the Embraer 190 are fitted with winglets, which reduces the drag and provides increased lift and improved efficiency. The high-performance, high-efficiency engines are very quiet and the aircraft exceeds the noise and emission-related requirements established by the International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO).

Despite being a regional aircraft, the Embraer 190 provides ample space in the passenger cabin, with easy access to the overhead lockers.

Passenger benefits include:

  • No middle seats (window or aisle)
  • 15-30% less CO2 emissions than previous generation (RJ100)

Find out more about travel classes

Photo gallery

  • Embraer 190 in flight over fields.
  • Embraer 190 climbing over cloud cover.
  • Zoom on nose section of the Embraer 190.

Technical information

Embraer 190
Number in fleet 7
Passenger capacity 98 (1 or 2 class)
Length 38.7m (126 feet 1 inch)
Wingspan 28.7m (94 feet 3 inches)
Height 10.28m (34 feet 7 inches)
Engines 2× General Electric CF34-10E turbofans
Maximum speed 890km/h (481 knots, Mach 0.82)
Range 3,334km (2,072 miles)

Seating plans

These are the different seating layouts for the Embraer 190:

Did you know?

  • The Embraer 190 had to make over 40 landings at London City Airport to be certified to land on the steep (5.5 degree) approach to the airport.
  • It is predicted that by the end of 2016, more than 1,100 Embraer jets will be delivered worldwide.

Where does the Boeing 777-300 fly?

The aircraft operates on a variety of routes, including:

Please note: the aircraft may vary for operational reasons.