|Length||15.8 cm||6.2 in||Approx|
|Wingspan||13.0 cm||5.1 in||Approx|
- Constructed with metal and plastic components
- Undercarriage fixed extended
- Display stand included.
Gemini Jets G2ACA852 – 1/200 Scale Embraer E175, Air Canada Express
Gemini Jets diecast model G2ACA852 replicates in 1/200 scale the Embraer E175 of registration C-FEJB, in the livery of Air Canada Express.
Air Canada Express
Air Canada Express, founded in 2011, is the regional brand of Air Canada. Services are operated by subsidiary airlines: Jazz Aviation (Dash 8, Bombardier CRJ-200/900) and Sky Regional Airlines (Embraer E175).
Embraer E-Jet Family
The Embraer E-Jet family is a series of narrow-body short to medium-range twin-turbofan airliners. It first flew on February 19, 2002 (E170), entering service in March 2004 with LOT Polish Airlines.
Produced in several variants: the E170 typically seating 72 passengers, the slightly stretched E175 typically seating 78 passengers entered service in July 2005 with Air Canada. The larger E190 with a further fuselage stretch, larger wing and tailplane with seating for up to 114 passengers entered service with JetBlue in 2005. The E195, a stretched E190, seating up to 124 entered service in September 2006 with Flybe. Each variant is available in standard (STD), long-range (LR) and advance range (AR) configurations.
The airframe construction is mainly of Aluminium with some carbon and kevlar composites. The fuselage is a semi-monocoque design with low mounted cantilevered swept-back tapered wings, a single fin tail assembly and retractable tricycle undercarriage. Flight crew consists of two pilots, passenger cabin seats between 70 to 124 depending on layout and model.
The E-Family uses two General Electric CF34 high-bypass axial-flow turbofan engines pylon mounted one under each wing. They give the E-175 a cruise speed of 797 km/h (495 mph), a maximum speed of 871 km/h (541 mph), a service ceiling of 12,000 m (41,000 ft) and range of 4,074 km (2,200 mi).