Aviation Photo #1067425: Embraer 195LR (ERJ-190-200LR) - Embraer


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  • Mariusz Adamski
    Embraer
    Embraer 195LR (ERJ-190-200LR)
    Embraer ERJ-190/195/Lineage
    Embraer ERJ-190/195/Lineage
    Embraer
    19000005
    PP-XMJ
    22
    Gaviao Peixoto - Embraer Unidade Gaviao Peixoto
    Brazil
    June 1, 2006
  • 379

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#1067425
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June 28, 2006
Caption
Embraer tests its newest EMB 195 during the braking on the runway with a high level of water.
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Comments (47)

Anonymous
10 years ago
Awesome Shot!! you can see were the air was blowing ourt the back and ourt the front. 6 stars
Anonymous
10 years ago
Another way to wash an airplane.

Good shot!
Anonymous
10 years ago
When I first saw this picture I said "Whoa!" out loud! lol
Anonymous
10 years ago
Beatiful airplane, dramatic moment
Anonymous
10 years ago
Great pic. But a breaking test on high water level? Than that guy in orange is standing in a real bad spot.
Anonymous
10 years ago
Good opportunity shot. It also shows how good the design is when it comes to diverting the water away from the engine in-takes. I wonder what would have happened with the orange t-shirt guy if the a/c had skidded off the rwy in his direction during this test!!
Anonymous
10 years ago
Fascinating!
Anonymous
10 years ago
Stuning
Anonymous
10 years ago
I too said "whoa! did something happen?" when I saw the thumbnail. Impressive picture!
Anonymous
10 years ago
Great picture
Anonymous
10 years ago
Outstanding photo
Anonymous
10 years ago
Great pic
Anonymous
10 years ago
Wow...nice photo...
Anonymous
10 years ago
You know, I have to say it was not the aeroplane that attracted me to this photo...it was the amazing landscape! Yes the machine is amazing as well - as humans we have come far; but sometimes you just have to take a step back and marvel at nature. Brazil indeed has wonderful terrain, perhaps one day I will lucky enough to see it in real life. Oh and by the way Embraer makes cool jets! Well done Mariusz Adamski, great shot! :)
Anonymous
10 years ago
At first sight i thought it was an accident... nice shot!!!
Anonymous
10 years ago
Great machine!
Anonymous
10 years ago
Nice picture, thanks for share
Anonymous
10 years ago
Excelent
Anonymous
10 years ago
Great
Anonymous
10 years ago
Awesome pic man
Anonymous
10 years ago
Beautiful machine. Outstanding landscape.
Anonymous
10 years ago
Fabulous moment
Anonymous
10 years ago
Well, now I can see a true bird proving what it can do...
five stars of course...
Anonymous
10 years ago
A rare moment in a planes life...
Anonymous
10 years ago
II never saw the test, alike this one, for me it’s a "beautiful" picture
Anonymous
9 years ago
Wonderful
Anonymous
9 years ago
Beautiful picture!!! I love the 170/190 family!!
Anonymous
9 years ago
Wow... nice one!
Anonymous
9 years ago
Nice photo..nice action!
Anonymous
9 years ago
Nice action
Anonymous
8 years ago
That's a tremendous impact with ground water! I wonder if the landing gears caused this huge spray, or the reverse thrust?
Anonymous
8 years ago
Fantastic!!
Anonymous
8 years ago
São José dos Campos and Embraer... I really miss the days I spent studying there with the sound of the 170/190 family over my head! Good days...

5 stars dude!
Anonymous
8 years ago
Brake Torque hahah
Anonymous
8 years ago
Cool!!! I love this photo. I Love the planes of Embraer...
I like this photo because i never see something like it before...Wonderfull!!!
5 Stars from Me...5 Stars from Brazil :D

Anonymous
8 years ago
Amazing landscape made Excellent this shot!
Anonymous
8 years ago
The impressive is that technician/supervisor next to the runway. Standing so near to a break test needs a heart of lion!!
Anonymous
7 years ago
Awesome Moment! Amazing how they got the water away from the turbines! This appears to be a safe design.
Well done by Mariusz Adamski (right moment and quality) and excellent testing by Embraer.
Anonymous
7 years ago
Excellent photo! Brave guy standing where he is at the edge of the runway.
Anonymous
7 years ago
Plane was going for a smoke
Anonymous
6 years ago
Burnout? haha
Anonymous
5 years ago
It's not so easy to find water tests of airplanes. This photo is really exciting for ones who like aviation.
Anonymous
5 years ago
Look at the guy standing just to the side of the runway, totally unprotected if the jet skids off.... My goodness.... Wild stuff!
Anonymous
5 years ago
I think maybe that guy beside the runway is Mariusz Adamski's twin brother; they both seem to be quite willing to "risk everything" to "get the shot"!!!!
What an awesome photo!
Anonymous
5 years ago
Good
Anonymous
5 years ago
Burnout
Anonymous
3 years ago
Brazilian burnout. Maybe Felipe Massa was at the controls?