CRJ Series

The Canadair CRJ are a series of narrow-body, twin-engine, medium-range, jet airliners produced in Canada. Canadair is now owned by Bombardier. The Bombardier Regional Jet CRJ-100 and the Bombardier Regional Jet CRJ-200 aircraft carry the same Type Certificate. Variants:

Aircraft Family Members

ICAO Type Designator Name Length (m)
BOMBARDIER Regional Jet CRJ-100 BOMBARDIER Regional Jet CRJ-100 26.80 m
BOMBARDIER Regional Jet CRJ-200 BOMBARDIER Regional Jet CRJ-200 26.80 m
BOMBARDIER Regional Jet CRJ-700 BOMBARDIER Regional Jet CRJ-700 32.51 m
BOMBARDIER Regional Jet CRJ-900 BOMBARDIER Regional Jet CRJ-900 36.20 m
BOMBARDIER Regional Jet CRJ-1000 BOMBARDIER Regional Jet CRJ-1000 39.10 m

Specification

Aircraft Length Wing span Engines Range MTOW
CRJ1 26.80 m 21.21 m

2 x 41 KN GE CF34-3A1 turbofans.

980 NM 21500 kg
CRJ2 26.80 m 21.21 m

2 x 41 kN GE CF34-3B1 turbofans.

1000 NM 21523 kg
CRJ7 32.51 m 23.24 m

2 x 56.4 or 61.3 kN rated GE CF34 - 8C1 turbofans.

1980 NM 34000 kg
CRJ9 36.20 m 23.30 m

2 x 58,4 KN GE CF34-8C5 turbofans.

36500 kg
CRJX 39.10 m 26.20 m

2 x 64.5 KN GE CF34-8C5A1 turbofans

1500 NM 39000 kg
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