Role: Regional jet airliner
First flight: February 21, 2001
Passenger seating: 76-90
Models: CRJ900LR, CRJ1000
- General Electric CF34-8C5 turbofan engines
- Upgraded and redesigned interior configurations
- Cruising speed 515mph (829 km/h)
- The CRJ900 aircraft was designed to fly in the most extreme cold temperatures that can handle even the worst conditions in Alaska.
- Bombardier’s line of business jets is the most comprehensive including the private, luxury aircraft Learjet.
- CRJ900 High speed cruise: 475 Knots, 547 mph, 881 km/h or 0.83 Mach.
- The CRJ900 NextGen regional jet reduced fuel burning reduction by 5.5 percent compared to the CRJ900 aircraft.
- In 2015 the CRJ series aircraft accounted for over 20% of all jet departures in North America.
Pilots must earn their type rating in the Bombardier CRJ900 to be qualified to fly this aircraft. In most cases, the airline you fly for will get you type-rated.
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