This 12 year old Embraer ERJ-190 N977NC Manufacturer Serial Number 19000077 sits stored in the yard of Ascent Aviation on the west side of Tucson International Airport. Rolling off the Sao Jose Dos Campos (SJK) Production Site, this Brazilian narrow-body medium-range twin-engine jet airliners had two owners: Air Canada and Nordic Aviation Capital.
Air Canada is located at P.O.Box 9000, Station Airport Dorval, Quebec H4Y1C2 in Canada. Transport Canada issued her Certification on May 7, 2007, her delivery date. Air Canada originally registered her as C-FHNW and cancelled her registration on March 4, 2019. Nordic Aviation Capital of Wilmington, Delaware registered her 2 days as N977NC.
In comparing the Boeing 737 Classic to the E190-E2, the Classic’s fuselage is 109 feet 7 inches long and E190-E2 is longer by 9 feet at 118 feet 11 inches. The Classic fuselage width is 12 feet 4 inches where an E-Jet is capped at 9 feet 11 inches. Boeing's Classic stands at 36 feet 6 inches while the E190 is at 35 feet 11.3 inches.
Boeing Classic’s wing sweep 25° where the E-jet has a wing sweep of 22.3°. The 737-300 has a wingspan of 94 feet 9 inches where as the E-jet has a longer wingspan 110 feet 7.6 inches. The Boeing 737-300 ’s wing area is 980 square feet where as the E-jet has a larger wing area of 1108.7 ft².
The Boeing 737-300 holds a maximum of 5,311 gallons of fuel. One gallon of Jet A-1 type fuel weighs a little over 6lbs. This computation comes out to 35,371. The Embraer 190AR holds 18,788 lbs.
Both aircraft have a max speed of Mach 0.82 but the E-jet outperforms at cruise 0.745 against 0.78 with the Boeing. The E-jet outperforms the Classic in range (2,060 nautical miles versus 2,850) and service ceiling (37,000 feet versus 41,000) as well.
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