|Quoting B742 (Reply 9):|
What's the difference in price between the ERJ-145, 145LR and 145XR?
|Quoting Loggat (Reply 11):|
I fly the LR and EP versions, both of which are limited to 250kts below 8000ft. It seems strange that there would be structural beefing of the XR to allow 300kts below 8000ft when the plane was introduced for a US carrier that is limited to 250kts below 10000ft anyway. Does this "250kt below 10000ft" limit apply in Mexico or Canada?
|Quoting Legacy135 (Reply 12):|
What I don't know either, if the XR can go 320 till sea level or 300. As the normal ERJ is 250 KIAS below 10'000 ft but the Flight Guidance System gives us in the profiles only 240 KIAS, I could imagine that the XR is 320 KIAS but by programmed profiles 300 KIAS. Maybe you could ask once your CoEx colleagues. I would be interested as well.
|Quoting Legacy135 (Reply 7):|
You also get the satcom, a double set of Honeywell FMZ2000, 2 IRS, 1 HF and finally 4 pilots jacket, a bunch of Embraer T-Shirts, some pens and a plastic model
|Quoting Tornado82 (Reply 15):|
With the debate about the CRJ accident (which I won't get into here) and now I see the Legacy can go up to FL410 while the other ERJ's are all FL370... can the Legacy actually climb to and maintain FL410 in anything beyond a ferry flight???
|Quoting FlyXJT (Reply 16):|
All ExpressJet crews and aircraft are CAT II certified, including the XR.