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Aircraft Information E75

E75 is the code name for the Embraer E175, a narrow-body regional aircraft developed by the Brazilian company Embraer. The aircraft was first introduced in 2003 and began operating in 2005.

The E175 has two General Electric CF34-8E engines, which provide a speed of up to 890 km/h and a range of up to 3,704 km. The aircraft can carry up to 88 passengers depending on the cabin configuration.

The E175 is one of the most popular regional aircraft in the world and is used by many airlines, including American Eagle, Delta Connection, Alaska Airlines, and others.

Technical information about the E75

- Length: 26.3 m

- Speed: 870 km/h

- Engine: two Rolls-Royce Tay 620-15 turbojet engines

- Size: height 7.3 m, width 2.9 m

- Wingspan: 22.04 m

- Range: 4,074 km

- Weight: empty 14,500 kg, maximum takeoff 24,500 kg

The most comfortable and safe places on the plane

Like in any other aircraft, the safest seats in the E75 are located in the rear of the cabin, closer to the exit. This is because in the event of an emergency, the aircraft usually moves forward, so passengers in the rear have a higher chance of survival.

As for comfort, each passenger has their own preferences. Some prefer window seats to have a view outside, while others prefer aisle seats for easy access to the restroom and to not disturb neighbors when getting up.

It is also worth considering that the noisiest seats are closer to the engines, so if you want to avoid noise, it is better to choose seats in the middle of the cabin.

However, overall, the choice of seats in an aircraft is an individual decision for each passenger and depends on their personal preferences and needs.