Embraer Brasilia EMB-120

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The EMB-120 is a twin-turboprop airliner, produced by Embraer of Brazil. The EMB-120 Brasilia was introduced in May 1985 with its launch customer, the US-based Atlantic Southeast Airlines. It was designed to meet the needs of a small community and played a major role as a regional airliner. The planes operated by Everts are adapted to carry cargo.

Cargo Capacity

Average Useful Capacity 1,100 cu ft
Average Payload 7,000 lbs
Minimum Runway Length 4,500 ft

Cargo Door Dimensions

Aft Main 45"W x 48"H

Cargo Capacity

Average Useful Capacity 1,100 cu ft
Crew 2
Propulsion 2 Turboprop Engines
Engine Model Pratt & Whitney Canada PW118
Engine Power (each) 1800 hp
Speed 298 kts
Service Ceiling 29.800 ft
Range 945 nm
Empty Weight 15.587 lbs
max. Takeoff Weight 25.353 lbs
Wing Span 64,9 ft
Wing Area 424 ft²
Length 65,6 ft
Height 20,8 ft
First Flight 27.07.1983
Production Status in production
Total Production ca. 350
Ken Long IMG_0256
Everts Air Cargo EMB-120FC N1105G ANC 020512 1_Robert Shaw (1)

The EMB-120 is a twin-turboprop airliner, produced by Embraer of Brazil. The EMB-120 Brasilia was introduced in May 1985 with its launch customer, the US-based Atlantic Southeast Airlines. It was designed to meet the needs of a small community and played a major role as a regional airliner. The planes operated by Everts are adapted to carry cargo.

Cargo Capacity

Average Useful Capacity 1,100 cu ft
Average Payload 7,000 lbs
Minimum Runway Length 4,500 ft

Cargo Door Dimensions

Aft Main 45"W x 48"H

Cargo Capacity

Average Useful Capacity 1,100 cu ft
Crew 2
Propulsion 2 Turboprop Engines
Engine Model Pratt & Whitney Canada PW118
Engine Power (each) 1800 hp
Speed 298 kts
Service Ceiling 29.800 ft
Range 945 nm
Empty Weight 15.587 lbs
max. Takeoff Weight 25.353 lbs
Wing Span 64,9 ft
Wing Area 424 ft²
Length 65,6 ft
Height 20,8 ft
First Flight 27.07.1983
Production Status in production
Total Production ca. 350
Ken Long IMG_0256
Everts Air Cargo EMB-120FC N1105G ANC 020512 1_Robert Shaw (1)