Embraer ERJ 135 Private Charter Flights and Prices
Built for lower-demand markets, the ERJ 135 is an ideal step up from small capacity turboprops. Superior field performance, higher speed and greater range all contribute to reaching new markets and creating more seat miles/kilometers.
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The average hourly rental rate of the Embraer ERJ 135 is around 6,000 USD per hour.
|Length||86.50 ft||26.37 m|
|Wing Span||65.00 ft||19.81 m|
|Height||22.20 ft||6.77 m|
|Bag. Capacity||324 ft³||9 m³|
|Length||42.60 ft||12.98 m|
|Width||6.11 ft||1.86 m|
|Height||5.12 ft||1.56 m|
|Area||1,330 ft³||38 m³|
|Charter Rate||6,000 USD/hour||6,000 EUR/hour|
|IFR Range||1,300 nm||2,408 km|
|Cruise Speed||447 KTAS||828 km/h|
|Certified Ceiling||37,000 ft||11,278 m|
|Rate of Climb||2,560 ft/m||780 m/m|
|Takeoff Distance||5,381 ft||1,640 m|
|Landing Distance||4,462 ft||1,360 m|
|Max Takeoff Weight||41,887 lbs||19,000 kg|
|Max Landing Weight||40,785 lbs||18,500 kg|
|Useful Weight||7,496 lbs||3,400 kg|
|Payload with Full Fuel||7,162 lbs||3,249 kg|
More about the Embraer ERJ 135
The Embraer 135 was a derivative of the EMB-120, and shares similar fuselage design characteristics. This aircraft began service in 1995 and is still being produced to this day. This aircraft is popular with regional carriers around the world. As regional airlines are stating to operate bigger aircraft for their mainline partners, there are a number of these aircraft that have made their way in to the charter market.
Key Features of the Embraer ERJ 135
The EMB-135 has a standard seating capacity for 37 passengers with a three abreast configuration. It is one of the smallest aircraft flying today that has a fully enclose aft lavatory located in the rear of the aircraft. The flight deck is equipped with a modern avionics suite including a Honeywell flight management system, terrain and traffic collision avoidance system, and a digital engine control system.
Capabilities of the Embraer ERJ 135
The EMB-135 has performance comparable to that of most regional jets. While not terribly fast, it is one of the most economical regional aircraft operating today. The aircraft has a cruising speed of .78 MACH at a maximum certified altitude of 37,000 feet. The aircraft has approximately a 1300 nautical mile range.
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