TSS is proud to announce the arrival of the new EMB-170 CF-34 Sound for FSX and FS2004
This " New Generation " sound features brand new top quality recordings.
With this sound, we have taken the best sound moments of the CF-34 and combined them into this soundpack, which features :
- External / Internal engine sound.
- Fully custom fitted startups and shutdowns.
- Custom Embraer rumble sound.
- Custom Embraer Flaps sound
- Custom Embraer Autopilot disengage sound.
The E-170 family is the smaller of the two, competing with regional aircraft such as the Bombardier CRJ-700/900, Bombardier Q400 and the Sukhoi Superjet 100. It also replaces older aircraft such as the BAe-146 and Fokker 70. The 170 and 175 are powered with GE CF34-8E engines of 13,800 pounds (61.39 kN) thrust each.
The Embraer 170 was the first version produced. The prototype was rolled out on 29 October 2001, with first flight 119 days later on February 19. The aircraft was displayed to the public in May 2002 at the Regional Airline Association convention. After a positive response from the airline community, Embraer proceeded with the launch of the stretched E-175 in June 2003. Certification for the 170 took nearly 2 years after the public debut; delivery of the first aircraft to the launch customer LOT Polish Airlines was in March 2004.
As of 2006, the E-170 is operated in the United States by Delta Connection, US Airways Express, Frontier JetExpress and United Express, with flights being operated for them by Shuttle America and Republic Airlines. Asia's first operator was Hong Kong Express Airways with a fleet of 4 Embraer 170s. Japan Airlines (JAL) will introduce the type to service in 2008 following an order in 2007 for 10 aircraft with 5 options