Role: Regional airliner; Business jetliner
First flight: May 10, 1991
Passenger seating: 50
Models: CRJ100, CRJ100SF, CRJ100SE, CRJ200PF, CRJ200LR
- General Electric CF34-3B1 turbofan engines
- Transonic wings fitted with winglets
- Upgraded and redesigned interior configurations
- The CRJ stands for Canadian Regional Jet.
- It has the highest level of cabin air quality and is equipped to provide 100 percent fresh air – there is no recycling back into the cabin allowed.
- The CRJ200 has a turning radius of 75 feet.
- SkyWest is the largest CRJ100/200 operator.
Pilots must earn their type rating in the Bombardier CRJ200 to be qualified to fly this aircraft. In most cases, the airline you fly for will get you type-rated.
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