The Embraer 190-E2 Regional Jet visiting SAS at Arlanda Airport for a Demo Tour


The Brazilian aircraft manufacurer Embraer have developed a new airliner Embraer 190-E2 from it´s predecessor Embraer 190.
Embraer 190-E2 has a 17% lower fuel-burn than the Embraer 190. The lion part of this reduction comes from the new engines Pratt &
Whitney PW1900G but also from new wing aerodynamics and the fly by wire-system. The new engines have a considerably
larger fan diameter. At the same time Embraer wanted to maintain landing gear height. The wing has there fore got a new gullshape.




The demo aircraft PR-ZGQ has spent the night parked outdoors. Now in the morning of September 6th 2018 the weather has turned quite foggy

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Close up of engine under wing

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The appalling Tiger Shark livery gives a frightening impression

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Now pulled into the hangar for flight preparation and boarding.

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In the glasscockpit taxiing for a rwy 01L departure.

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Climbing northwards out from Arlanda

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Climbing and turning to the northeast

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Close up of engine info and airport map.

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Map close up passing VOR TEB in descent east of Arlanda

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Turning right and descending for final approach to Arlanda rwy 01L

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Just about to land on Arlanda rwy 01L

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Passenger cabin with larger sized overhead racks.

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Parking and shutting down engines

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APU exhaust from under

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Outer wing with raked wingtip from under

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Engine air intake with fan

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Parked after the successful demo flight

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