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The Embraer Jets July 2018
The ERJs, first conceived in 1989, and ultimately flying by 1995, were an unlikely major aircraft program from the Brazilian company which was launched with the creation of the EMB 110 Bandeirante in 1965.
The succeeding EMB120  was a completely new design, successfully competing with the Saabs, and operating with major airline affiliates in many countries.
But the first pure jet, begun with a stretch of the 120 fuselage, and evolving through 3 different engine configurations became a mainstay of the world commuter jet fleets.
That success led to the launching of the all new E-Jet family which entered production in 2002, and continues with over 1400 built.
All in all, an incredible success story for the once fledgling Brazilian industry. Following are cards showing a nice selection of ERJ operators.
Many thanks to Kuo-Ching Fu for sharing his comprehensive collection of ERJ cards.
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American Eagle  ERJ-135 #2 KCF
An outstanding oversized American Eagle issue of one of their 135 models, by courtesy of Kuo-Ching Fu. One of the very few Airline issues of the 135.

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Continental  Express ERJ-135 #1KCF
Continental Express received the 1st of the shortened 135 models in 1999 (n16501). This oversized information card was published in May of 2000, and kindly provided by Kuo-Ching Fu. The inset shows the new 135 as well as a 145 in the background.

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Luxair ERJ-135 #2 KCF
An excellent view of One of Luxair's 2 135s, which operated from delivery in 2005 until 2012. Shown in its original livery. Card by courtesy of Kuo-Ching Fu.

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Luxair ERJ-135
LX LGL, the 2nd Luxair 135, shown in its final Luxair livery. Became a corporate aircraft for Jindal Steel Power in India in 2012.
Card is an OKC issue.

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Regional (Morocco) ERJ-135w
It appears that this beautiful 135 never actually operated for Regional, but was ultimately placed in service by British Midland Regional in 2004.
They did, however, issue an excellent card.

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American Connection ERJ-140 #1 KCF
The entire production of the 140 model went to American.  This outstanding view of an American Connection (Chautauqua) 140 shows N295SK, delivered in 2001, now operating for JETGO Australia.

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American Eagle  ERJ-145 #1
American Eagle issued a series of collector cards, which included this 145, N600BK. Delivered in February 1998 it is still flying for American 20 years later.

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American Eagle  ERJ-145 #2KCF
This excellent oversized American Eagle issue of N600BK, was kindly provided by Kuo-Ching Fu.

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British ERJ-145 #1
This stunning ERJ 145 card was issued by British in 2000. The aircraft was operated  by Brymon, later operating for the New British European(Fly BE)

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British ERJ-145 #4 KCF
An outstanding card of a later ERJ, operated by British Regional from 1997-2003. It went to American Eagle for 6 more years , then finished it's career with Passaredo.

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China Southern ERJ-145 #2 KCF
China Southern took delivery of 6 Chinese Built ERJ-145s in 2004, operating them until 2013. Shown, in flight, is most likely the first, B 3060. The card is an excellent, but unidentified issue, by courtesy of Kuo-Ching Fu

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Cirrus ERJ-145
The Lufthansa affiliate Cirrus, took delivery of this 145 in March of 2000, operating it until 2008 connecting to Lufthansa main line flights.

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City ERJ-145 #1 KCF
City Airline of Sweden operated this 145 from 2002-2011. One of the older 145s, #98, it was built in 1998 for European Regions Airlines.
The card is a Taxiway Issue by courtesy of Kuo-Ching Fu

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Continental  Express ERJ-145 #1
Nobody made better use of the efficient 145s than Continental, operating an astounding 214. Card is a Miami International Postcards issue

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Continental  Express ERJ-145 #2
Express Jet was formed by the combination of four Continental owned commuter airlines in 1997. The 145s brought a higher standard of service to the cities previously served by a diverse collection of commuter props.
The card is my favorite 145 card.

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Crossair ERJ-145 #1
Crossair in 1999 chose the Embraer family of jets to replace their substantial fleet of Saabs. This Crossair issue shows the aircraft in the livery of the Saabs and 146s of that time.

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Crossair ERJ-145 #2
Upon delivery, the 145s appeared in this livery, with 20 aircraft delivered between 2000 and 2002. HB-JAA was delivered to Crossair in March of 2000, passed through to Swiss International and joined Tran States in 2003. Now operating for AeroMexico Express.

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Dniproavia ERJ-145 #1 KCF
A rare airline issue from Dniproavia, featuring their ERJ-145 UR-DNA.
The airliner was delivered to British Regional in 1998, passed through FlyBE in 2007 and was sold to Dniproavia later in the year. Dniproavia operated 3, but collapsed in 2013.
Thanks to Kuo-Ching Fu for this one!

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FinnCom ERJ-145
A splendid airline issue from Finncomm, showing their 145 OH EBE. The airliner was originally a Crossair aircraft, and was acquired by Finncomm from Swiss International. Written off in 2010 while operating for Passaredo

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L O T ERJ-145 #3
LOT has been an enthusiastic operator of Embraer jets, starting with the 145s, and expanding with the larger  E-Jets. This in flight card is one of a number of LOT issues of the 145.

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L O T ERJ-145 #4 KCF
A better look at LOT's 145 is this Aero Team issue provided by Kuo-Ching Fu. Shown is SP LGE, delivered to LOT in August of 2000, and operated through 2011. Now operating with Westair Aviation in Namibia.
"By courtesy of Kuo-Ching Fu"
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Luxair ERJ-145 #1
Among the first European operators of the 145 was Luxair. This excellent Luxair issue shows LX LGT, delivered in August of 1998, in flight. This one only operated until 2001 when it was leased to EGA of Ecuatorial Guinea. Now stored

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Luxair ERJ-145 #2
One of the 12 Luxair ERJs appears in the newer colors on this nice Luxair issue. The 145s were retired by the end of 2016.

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Regional ERJ-145 #1
This beautiful Regional issue shows F-GRGA, the 8th 145 delivered in May of 1977. It operated for Air France in full colors from 2001 - 2013. Now, sadly, scrapped.

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Regional ERJ-145 #2 KCF
Another excellent Regional issue of F GRGA, provided by Kuo-Ching Fu.

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Rheintalflug ERJ-145 #1
Rheintalflug took delivery of their first ERJ-145 on Dec. 17,  1999. OE LSR, shown on this airline issue went to Tyrolean in 2002, and joined US Air Express in 2003. Now in Nigeria.

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Rheintalflug ERJ-145 #2
Rheintalflug also issued this pre delivery card in 1999.

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Rio Sul ERJ-145
Rio Sul started receiving ERJs in May of 1998, receiving the last in 2001. They began to retire the 145s in 2004.

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Rio Sul ERJ-145 #2 KCF
The Rio Sul affiliation with Varig, resulted in this later scheme, as seen on this airline issue shared by Kuo-Ching Fu. The final Rio Sul 145 operations were in 2006.

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Swiss ERJ 145 #1
This is a nice Swiss International issue of an ERJ-145. The 145s were inherited from Crossair, but most were sold by 2004.

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Swiss ERJ 145 #2
This outstanding in flight card shows HB-JAW, a 145 that was delivered new to Swiss International in April of 2002. It operated with Swiss until 2006, and is currently with Aero Mexico Connect. Card is a Skyward issue.

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TW Express ERJ-145
In my view one of the best looking ERJ fleets, was the TW Express, operated by Chautauqua. The first 145s were delivered  in 2000, operating only until the sad end of TWA.
The card is an excellent Plane Views issue.

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U S Air  Express ERJ-145 #1
Another beautiful 145, also operated by Chautauqua, was the US Air Express version. This one, N260SK, was delivered in April of 1999, operating for US Air, and by March of 2009 becoming as AeroMexico Connect airliner. Stored in 2016 in AeroMexico colors.
Card is another excellent Plane Views issue.

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British ERJ-170 #1 KCF
A very nice British Airways issue of the ERJ-170 in flight. The ERJs operated by City Flyer Express fly out of London City to numerous destinations, making many short to medium range flights more practical.
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Cirrus ERJ-170 #1 KCF
Not exactly the most glamorous ERJ, the Cirrus 170, D ALIE, was delivered in December of 2004, operating services in connection with Lufthansa until June of 2011. The aircraft is now flying for Honeywell, Int'l.
Card is a Cirrus issue by courtesy of Kuo-Ching Fu.

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Egyptair Express ERJ-170 #1 KCF
Egyptair Express was launched on June 1, 2007, ultimately using 12 ERJ-170s to provide more frequent services to various Egyptair destinations. The current 12 aircraft fleet is to be replaced with new CS-300s beginning this year.
A great looking airliner on an Ifolor issue provided by Kuo-Ching Fu.

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Finnair ERJ-170
In 2005 Finnair acquired the first of 10 ERJ-170s, which were subsequently followed up with 12 190s. The smaller 170s were phased out by 2016, but Finnair was thoughtful enough to issue this nice card.

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Fuji Dream ERJ-170 #1
Fuji Dream Airlines, created in 2009 operates a fleet of 4 new ERJ-170s and 8 175s in splendid colorful liveries.
Shown on this airline issue is the first aircraft, JA01FJ.

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Gulf Air ERJ-170 #1 KCF
The splendid new Gulf Air livery looks great on this ERJ-170. A9C-MB was delivered to Gulf Air on March 5, 2010. it actually operated for a little over 2 years before sale to a leasing company. Now scrapped.
Card is an N Cewe issue, shared by Kuo-Ching Fu

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J Air ERJ-170 #2 KCF
An excellent postcard view of J-Air's 170 in it's delivery colors. The Japan Airlines affiliate began services with the 170 in 2008.

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J Air ERJ-170 #4 KCF
This is the J Air 170 in its current livery. The airline currently operates 18 of the 170s, with the last delivery in April of this year. Card is a J-Air issue, shared by Kuo-Ching Fu.

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L O T ERJ-170 #2 KCF
LOT has been a dedicated customer for Embraer. The 170s were received with a good deal of publicity in connection with LOT's 75th anniversary. This multi view card is one of a series in this format, showing 2 views of SP LDA.
Delivered in 2004, the airliner is still operating with LOT

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Mokulele ERJ-170 #1 KCF
In 2008 , Hawaiian tour operator Mokulele launched scheduled inter island flights with ERJ-170s operated by Shuttle America. Unfortunately, the service was a financial disaster, and by October 2009, the Mokulele main line flights were gone. Mesa Air continued a service as " go! Mokulele" until 2012, but  the beautiful Mokulele 170s were long gone.
Card is an unidentified issue by courtesy of Kuo-Ching Fu

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U S Air  Express ERJ-170 #1 KCF
An outstanding postcard of U S Air Express' N101HQ. Operated by Republic, it was delivered in February 2007, and continues in service today with American Eagle. Card is an N CEWE issue shared by Kuo-Ching Fu

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Air Canada ERJ-175 #1 KCF
A very nice Air Canada issue of their 175, C-FEJB, still wearing its delivery registration. Delivered in 2005, it is one of 25, now operated by Sky Regional for the Airline.

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American Eagle  ERJ-175 #1 KCF
American Eagle operates more than 100 175s in its various American Eagle operations. This unusual view is a Frontier Productions issue, provided by Kuo-Ching Fu

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Fuji Dream ERJ-175 #14 KCF
Some years after the first issues, the airline issued (2) six card sets showing each aircraft. This excellent card features JA11FD, delivered on June 9, 2016.  The remaining cards, all by courtesy of Kuo-Ching Fu may be seen on set 22 of the collection.

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L O T ERJ-175 #2
This is an excellent LOT 80th Anniversay issue of SP-LII, the 600th ERJ off the line. Delivered in August 2009, it is still active with LOT

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Northwest  Airlink ERJ-175 #1 KCF
Northwest Airlink began taking delivery of  170 LRs in June of 2007, receiving 36 by December of 2008. The 170s, operated by Compass are now operating for Delta.
Card is a Frontier Productions issue from Kuo-Ching Fu

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United  Express ERJ-175 #2 KCF
Frontier Productions issued this excellent card of a United Express ERJ-175 in 2015. United began introducing 170s in 2004, and 175s in 2014. United currently operates 162 of the 170/175s.
Card by courtesy of Kuo-Ching Fu.

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AeroMexico  Connect ERJ-190 #1 KCF
An outstanding AeroMexico issue shared by Kuo-Ching Fu. A fleet of 48 190s plus some 170s serve the Connect fleet, which is operated by Aero Littoral.

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Air Astana ERJ-190 #2 KCF
Air Astana of Kazakstan has acquired 9 ERJ-190s since 2011. This one, P4-KCI, was delivered on March 15, 2013, and is shown on a nice JJ issue by courtesy of Kuo-Ching Fu

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Air Astana ERJ-190 #1 KCF
An unidentified publisher card of an Air Astana ERJ-190, shared by Kuo-Ching Fu

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Air Canada ERJ-190 #1
Air Canada really committed to the E-Jets. This ERJ-190 is shown on an Airliners International Denver card. C FHKS, the 64th 190 built, was delivered in January of 2007, and wfu in February 2016.
Currently it is operating for Georgian Airways

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Air Moldova ERJ-190 #1KCF
Air Moldava took delivery of their first 190 on May 7, of 2010. Currently 3 are operating alongside 5 Airbuses. The card is an N CEWE issue shared by Kuo-Ching Fu.

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Alitalia ERJ-190 #1 KCF
An interesting view of Alitalia's first ERJ-190, from an unidentified publisher.
EI RNA was delivered in September 2011 in a 100 seat configuration. Currently 5 are operating along with 15 175s.

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Austral ERJ-190 #1KCF
This is an excellent view of Austral's LV-CDY, still wearing its delivery registration.
It was the first new 190 delivered to Austral on September 20, 2010. The airline is operating 24 190s plus 2 ex Republic aircraft.
Card is an unidentified issue by courtesy of Kuo-Ching Fu.

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Baboo ERJ-190 #1
Baboo, initiated in 2003 to replace Swissair on the Geneva to Lugano route, grew into a substantial airline by 2009, serving various regional destinations, and taking delivery of 3 new ERJ-190s. HB-JQE, shown on the above Baboo issue operated only from May 2008- to shutdown in 2010.
The airliner went to TRIP  in Brazil in 2011, Azul in 2013, and is currently flying with British (City Flyer)

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Baboo ERJ-190 #3 KCF
HB- JQG, shown on this unidentified issue from Kuo-Ching Fu, was delivered in June of 2008. It followed the same path after shutdown and is now flying in British Airways colors.

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Bulgaria ERJ-190 #1 KCF
Bulgaria Air which replaced the old Balkan was established in 2002. In 2009 the airline ordered ERJ-190s to supplement their small Airbus fleet. Four are now operating, the first of which was delivered in March of 2012. (The LZ BFF registration was not used. The first aircraft was LZ SOF). This card by courtesy of Kuo-Ching Fu
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COPA Embraer 190
An excellent airline issue from COPA showing their ERJ-190 aircraft. COPA is operating 12 190s in addition to their large Boeing fleet.

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Finnair ERJ-190 #1 KCF
A really nice postcard view of a Finnair 190. Finnair operates a fleet of 12 190s acquired from 2006-2011. Card is an N CEWE issue by courtesy of Kuo-Ching Fu
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Hebei ERJ-190 #1 KCF
Hebei Air, an affiliate of China Southern, operates a modern fleet of 737s, plus 6 ERJ-190s. This excellent postcard view from an unidentified publisher most likely shows the 1st 190, B 3187, delivered in December of 2011.
Card by courtesy of Kuo-Ching Fu.

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Frontier ERJ-190 #1 KCF
During the painful reorganization and re-reorganizations of Frontier, a total of 15 ERJ-190s were operated by Republic on Frontier's system. Shown is N174 HQ which joined Frontier in 2012.
At the end of 2013 the most recent sale of Frontier was completed, and 190 services ceased as of January 1, 2014.
Card is an unidentified issue shared by Kuo-Ching Fu.

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Helvetic ERJ 190 #1
This beautiful Helvetic ERJ-190 was received in March of 2015. The airliner was originally a Niki aircraft built in 2009.
Helvetic currently operates 7 190s in addition to 5 Fokker 100s.
Card is a Helvetic issue

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J Air ERJ-190 #1 KCF
Another nice J-Air issue featuring the 190. The first 190 was received in April 2016. J-Air currently operates 13, feeding Japan Airlines long haul flights.

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JetBlue ERJ-190 #1 KCF
Jet Blue is operating 60 ERJ-190s! Delivered between 2005 and 2013. This one, shown on a Jet Blue collector card is N283JB, delivered in November 2007.
Card kindly shared by Kuo-Ching Fu.

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JetBlue ERJ-190 #6 KCF
An outstanding in flight card from Kuo-Ching Fu showing the Jet Blue 190 in flight. Card is a Frontier Productions Issue.

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K L M  City Hopper ERJ-190 #1 KCF
In November of 2008, KLM began to add 100 seat ERJ-190s to replace their City Hopper Fokker fleet. This unidentified card from Kuo-Ching Fu provides a nice look at the airliner in KLM colors.

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K L M  City Hopper ERJ-190 #2 KCF
An excellent Ifolor issue of (most likely) PH-EZA, the first 190 delivered to KLM. With deliveries continuing through 2018, City Hopper is now operating 32 190s in addition 17 175s. Card kindly shared by Kuo-Ching Fu

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Kenya ERJ-190 #1KCF
An outstanding Kenya Airways issue of one of their 15 190s. The first, 5Y KYP, was delivered in December of 2010, and the final arrived in November 2013. All are still operating for Kenya. Card provided by Kuo-Ching Fu.

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L A M ERJ-190 #1 KCF
L A M of Mozambique took delivery of 3 ERJ-190s for regional services. The last one delivered, C9-EMC was lost in an apparent pilot suicide in 2013. The others, delivered in 2009, remain in service.
Card is an unidentified issue.

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Mandarin ERJ-190 #1 KCF
A splendid postcard view of Mandarin's 190, B16825. This one was delivered in May of 2008, retired in 2016, and is now operating for Fastjet of Tanzania. Six ERJ-190s continue to operate for Mandarin. The card is an unidentified issue by courtesy of Kuo-Ching Fu

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Midwest  ERJ 190
A splendid card of Midwest Air's ERJ-190, N169HQ. Originally built for US Airways in 2008 as N962UW, it was sold to Republic for operation by Midwest. As Midwest was submerged into Frontier, it flew in Great grey Owl colors until 2013. Now operating for AeroMexico Connect.

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Montenegro ERJ-190 #1 KCF
Montenegro took delivery of their first of 3 190s in June of 2008. Additional deliveries were in 2009 and 2010. All three are currently operating Montenegro routes to European destinations.
Card is an uncommon airline issue from Kuo-Ching Fu.

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Niki ERJ-190 #1
This is a nice NIKI issue of OE-IHA, an ERJ-190 delivered in 2009, and operated until sale to Helvetic in February 2015. The aircraft was 190 #215

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Niki ERJ-190 #3 KCF
A really outstanding oversized Niki issue of their 190 in flight. Niki operated 7 190s between 2009 and 2015. By then the morass of European takeovers and buyouts left Niki a shell, and final shutdown occurred on 14 December 2017

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TACA, founded in 1931 had became a large airline connecting Central American countries to the rest of the Americas. In 2008, TACA began adding ERJ 190s to the fleet, ultimately operating 12. Sadly, the historic TACA name would disappear with the 2013 merger with Avianca. All are still operating as Avianca Central America.
Card by courtesy of Kuo Ching Fu.

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U S Air ERJ-190 #1 KCF
In 2007 US Airways introduced the ERJ-190 to its mainline fleet, replacing aircraft such as F-100 and DC-9. The 190s continue to fly now with American. This outstanding oversized US Airways issue was provided by Kuo-Ching Fu

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U S Air ERJ-190 #2 KCF
Another nice card from Kuo-Ching Fu shows N 949 UW in flight. The airliner currently is operating for American.
Card is from a German publisher, N CEWE

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Ukraine International ERJ-190 #1 KCF
Ukraine International added 5 ERJ 190s to their Boeing fleet in 2012 and 2013. UR EME was the last of 5 delivered, and is shown on this nice JJ postcard issue from Kuo-Ching Fu.

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Air Dolomiti ERJ-195 #3
Air Dolomiti, a rather prolific issuer of cards released several of the ERJ-195. My favorite is this one over an Alpine landscape. Currently, the airline is operating 12.

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Air Dolomiti ERJ-195 #4
Another Air Dolomiti issue shows I-ADJO at take off. This was Air Dolomiti's 5th 195, delivered in April 2009. Deliveries have continued through 2018.

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Arkia ERJ-195 #1 KCF
A very nice oversized Arkia issue of their 195, shared by Kuo-Ching Fu. Arkia operates a fleet of 6 195s, the first of which was delivered in December 2008.

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Arkia ERJ-195 #2 KCF
An impressive take off view of the Arkia 195 on a JJ Issue shared by Kuo-Ching Fu. 4X EMC was delivered in June of 2016, and is current with Arkia.

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Augsburg ERJ-195 #1 KCF
Augsburg Airways took delivery of 5 ERJ-195s in 2009, operating them until shut down of the airline in 2013. All 5 went to Lufthansa City Line in 2013. The card is an Ifolor issue, shared by Kuo-Ching Fu.

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Aurigny ERJ-195 #1 KCF
Aurigny operates this ERJ-195 in addition to 5 ATRs, and assorted smaller aircraft. G VZON was delivered in March of 2009, and continues in service. This excellent, but unidentified card shared by Kuo-Ching Fu

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Azul ERJ-195 #2 KCF
Azul, (Blue in Portugese) was launched in 2008 by Jet Blue founder David Neeleman. The airline has rapidly grown and evolved into a large domestic and international carrier, operating currently 66 ERJ-195s. This postcard view shows the airliner over the Corcovado.

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Azul ERJ-195 #1 KCF
An outstanding postcard view of an Azul ERJ-195 in flight, kindly shared by Kuo-Ching Fu. Some of Azul's huge fleet have been sold, particularly to Portugalia in 2016 and 2017. Card is from an unidentified publisher.

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CityLine ERJ-195 #1 KCF
Lufthansa City Line was a wholly owned subsidiary of  Lufthansa, which evolved from the old DLT. City Line ERJ-190 operations were operated as Lufthansa Regional, but it is unclear when the aircraft operated in this Livery.

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CityLine ERJ-195 #2 KCF
D AEBA was the first 195 delivered to Lufthansa City Line in September of 2009. It, along with 16 others was transferred to Austrian in 2016. These City Line cards by courtesy of Kuo-Ching Fu.

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L O T ERJ-195 #1
A splendid card of SP-LNE, delivered to LOT in November of 2012. LOT has used all the Embraer models with the exception of the 135 and 140s. The latest are 10 195 models. Card is an Aero Team issue.

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L O T ERJ-195 #2 KCF
A second Aero Team issue from Kuo-Ching Fu showing SP -LNC,  the 3rd ERJ-195, delivered in August of 2011.

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Lufthansa  City Line Embraer 195 #1
A splendid Lufthansa issue of D AEBH,  a 195 delivered to Lufthansa City Line in July 2011. It is now operating for Austrian.

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Lufthansa  City Line Embraer 195 #2
A second Lufthansa issue of the City Line aircraft D AEBH. Lufthansa City Line operated 33 195s, but currently is utilizing only 14.

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Royal Jordanian ERJ-195 #1 KCF
Royal Jordanian, introduced the 170, and later the beautiful 195 on their Middle Eastern Routes. JY-EMB, the first 195, was delivered in December 2007, and continues to operate today. The card is an Ifolor issue, by courtesy of Kuo-Ching Fu

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Royal Jordanian ERJ-195 #2 KCF
Only 2 other 195s have operated for Royal Jordanian. JY EME and JY EMJ have joined the fleet. This card is another Ifolor issue from Kuo-Ching Fu

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Saratov ERJ-195 #1 KCF
Russian regional airline Saravia added 3 ERJ-190s to an otherwise all Russian fleet in late 2013. The airliners had previously been operated by Wind Rose. Before its demise the airline rebranded itself as Saratov Airlines but was forced to shut down on May 30, 2018.
Card is unidentified issuer, by courtesy of Kuo-Ching Fu.

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WindRose ERJ-195 #1 KCF
A rare airline issue from Windrose Airlines, shared by Kuo-Ching Fu. Windrose acquired 2 ERJ-195s from National Air Services in 2009, operating them  for several years. Both went to Saravia in 2013.

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