Canadair Regional Jet, List of Crj's Models

Crj-100
The Bombardier CRJ 100

CRJ

These Canadair Regional Jet aircrafts, are often used in short-haul destinations, are produced by the Canadian company Bombardier.

Bombardier Crj series models in use; Bombardier Crj-100, Bombardier Crj-200, Bombardier Crj-700, Bombardier Crj-705, Bombardier Crj-900, Bombardier Crj-1000.

CRJ-200

The Bombardier CRJ 200


Felix-Airways-Crj-700
The Bombardier CRJ 700


Bombardier Crj-100, Bombardier Crj-200;

Bombardier Crj-100 / Crj-200 models up to 50 passengers. Both the Bombardier CRJ 100 and the Bombardier CRJ 200 belong in the regional passenger jet category. The CRJ 100 is the original version, while the CRJ 200 variant is identical to its predecessor except for being fitted with more efficient engines. Both types are based on the Bombardier Challenger 600 series business jet, whose predecessor was the Canadair Challenger, the concept for which Canadair purchased from American business jet manufacturer Learjet in 1976. The first of three CRJ 100 development aircraft completed its maiden flight on 10 May 1991.

CRJ-700

The Bombardier CRJ 700


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The Bombardier CRJ 900


The type obtained certification in late 1992, when deliveries of aircraft to customers also began. The first customer to receive a CRJ100 was the German airline Lufthansa. CRJ100/200; this aircraft is nevertheless small. It is 26.77 metres long, has a wingspan of 21.21 metres and a height of 6.22 metres. It is, however, its economy of operation that places it on a par with larger aircraft. Its average speed is 820km/h and average fuel consumption at this speed is 1000 kg/h. The comfortably designed passenger cabin can seat 48 or 50 passengers. During the flight, passengers sit comfortably in soft, ergonomically designed seats arranged in pairs on either side of a 40 cm aisle. Production of the CRJ100 and CRJ200 models, the first models with a capacity of 50 passengers, ended in 2006. CRJ100 / 200 models were used extensively, especially in North America. The busiest user of the CRJ100 / 200 models was the American regional airline SkyWest Airlines. SkyWest Airlines still uses Bombardier aircraft more extensively.







Air-One-Crj-900
The Bombardier CRJ 900

Bombardier Crj-700 / Crj-705 / Crj-900/1000;

Bombardier Crj-700 / Crj-705 / Crj-900/1000, these models have minimum 70 seats, maximum 100 passenger seat capacities.

The Series 705 seats 75 passengers. Bombarrdier CRJ 705 series has taken its place in aviation history as an interesting series. Only 16 of this Crj 705 series were produced. The reason for the interestingness is that this Crj 705 series was used by only one airline. Jazz Aviation; The company that once carried out flight operations on behalf of Air Canada was a single-scheduled civil passenger transportation company using this Crj 705 series.

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The Bombardier CRJ 900

Bombardier Crj-700, Crj-900;

Bombarrdier CRJ700 model is an improved version of the CRJ200 model. Bombardier CRJ models are similar in appearance to each other. The crj 700 model has a capacity of 68 passengers. This model has a maximum speed of 903 km / h and a range of 3620 km. ER, and LR versions are available. The CRJ900; It is a different model of the crj 700 model whose number of passengers grows up to 90. Bombardier Crj-700 / Crj-705 / Crj-900/1000 was the most produced model among its models.

Bombardier Crj-1000;

The latest plane in the (Crj) Canadair Regional Jet family is the Crj-1000, this series features updated onboard systems and electronics, which help place it in the category of Next Generation aircraft.

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The Bombardier CRJ 1000

Bombardier began producing NextGen versions of its 700 and 900 series. Currently, except the Crj-100 and Crj-200 series, other models are still in production.

BritAir-Crj-1000

The Bombardier CRJ 1000