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AI Aardvark Releases EMB-170

Last updated Wed, 05 Sep 2012 14:03:12 GMT
Originally posted on Sat, 31 Jul 2004 05:04:27 GMT

Now available from AI Aardvark is their Embraer EMB-170 jetliner. Designed specfically for AI use, it is initially offered with four liveries. For details, click on Read More.

AI Aardvark has just released an Embraer EMB-170 for AI use. It is available in 4 liveries: Alitalia.

Express, LOT, LOT/Star Alliance, and US Airways Express. It is the first AI model available for the EMB-170.

Features 9 LOD models, very detailed paint, and animated gear and flaps.

The EMB-170 is a medium range passenger airplane produced by the Brazilian aircraft fabrication company Embraer. It is equipped with General Electric CF34 twin engines and each engine is capable of generating a thrust of 62.28 kN. The wingspan is about 85 feet and it can carry a maximum of 80 passengers. The flight deck can seat two crew members and it can hit top speeds of 890 km/h. The maximum takeoff weight is 38,600 kg and it can fly at an altitude of 41,000 feet.

AI Aardvark brings you a comprehensive simulation of this beautiful jetliner for Microsoft Flight Simulator customers. The file size is small and the full package can be downloaded online. Some of the Embraer EMB-170 features include a wide fuselage cross section, electronic flight instrument systems, four seats arrangement, larger wings, advanced cockpit, and retractable undercarriage.

The General Electric CF33 turbofan engines are driven by a four stage turbine with an annular combustor. This powerful engine can handle 65 million cycles and more than 70 million flight hours. It is a superior commercial engine that is not only reliable but also durable. The electronic flight instrument system is developed by Honeywell and features large primary flight displays and an integrated avionics computer.

The autopilot functions, flight director, weather radar, terrain information, altitude indicator, global positioning system, radio system, navigation aids, and ground proximity warning systems are integrated in the flight deck to reduce the workload of the pilots. The innovative lightning sensor system provides increased noise immunity, accuracy and weather awareness.

The Bombardier CRJ-700 and CRJ-900 are its main competitors. The Embraer EMB 170 is very popular worldwide and used by many operators including Shuttle America, Republic Airlines, Saudia, EgyptAir Express, Alitalia Express, and LOT Polish Airlines.

Check out this solid passenger plane and experience the true joys of flying.

For more information, visit:

www.ai-aardvark.com

Ian Stephens

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Ian Stephens is a Flight Simulation enthusiast with a keen interest in aviation and technology. He has been writing for Fly Away Simulation for over 9 years.

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