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Canadair CRJ 700 / CRJ 900

 

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The CRJ-700 (originally known as the CRJ-X) was a stretched 70 -seater, launched with a firm order for four aircraft from the French company Brit Air.


Compared to the CRJ100/200 regional jets from which it's descended and with which it shares Collins ProLine 4 avionics, the CRJ700 features a fuselage stretch of 186 inches, new General Electric CF34-8C1 engines, a larger horizontal tail, leading edge slats and an APU in the tail cone instead of the equipment bay. Other changes in-clude raising the passenger windows by 4.5 inches, lowering the floor an inch, and expanding the interior cabin by an inch to a total width of eight feet, five inches. The airplane's commonality with the CRJ100s and 200s allow operators with both types an advantage in spares as well as pilot training. The GE engines are capable of 13,790 pounds of thrust with Automatic Power Reserve


On May 27, 1999, the evening before its official rollout, Bombardier's CRJ700, new 70-passenger Canadair Regional Jet airliner, made its first flight. The CRJ700 took off from Montreal, Canada's Dorval Airport at 6:18 in the evening with test pilots, Craig Tylski and Chuck Ellis, on a test flight that lasted two hours and eight minutes.


The public debut was at Farnborough International Air Show on 23 July 2000, and Transport Canada certification achieved 22 December 2000.


The first customer delivery, to Brit Air of France, was in February 2001, followed by deliveries to Horizon Air and Lufthansa CityLine in May 2001.

The CRJ900 was originally CRJ700 Msn 10001, and the airframe was converted with two plugs of 90in (2.28m) and 62in (1.57m).


The prototype retained the CRJ-700 wings, landing gear and engines, and was first flown on 21 February 2001, from Montreal-Mirabel, piloted by Chuck Ellis, Craig Tylski and Jeff Hyde.


The public debut was at the Paris Air Show on 14 June 2001, and first production aircraft first flown on 20 October 2001. Transport Canada certification was achieved on 9 September 2002, followed by FAA approval 25 October 2002 and JAA certification 23 December 2002.


The first customer delivery, to Mesa Air, was on 3 February 2003.

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CRJ900



VERSIONS

CRJ-700
68-seat version in standard and extended range (ER) weight options.
Engine: 2 x General Electric CF 34 8C1, 61313 N
Length: 106.66 ft / 32.51 m
Height: 24.836 ft / 7.57 m
Wingspan: 76.247 ft / 23.24 m
Wing area: 738.733 sq.ft. / 68.63 sq.m
Max take off weight: 51255.2 lb / 23245.0 kg
Weight empty: 30109.3 lb / 13655.0 kg
Max. speed: 464 kt / 860 km/h
Cruising speed: 442 kt / 818 km/h
Service ceiling: 41011 ft / 12500 m
Wing load: 69.5 lb/sq.ft / 339.0 kg/sq.m
Range: 1701 nm / 3150 km
Crew: 2
Payload: max. 8527kg

CRJ-701

70-seat version in standard and extended range (ER) weight options.

CRJ-900
Standard version.
Length : 106.60 ft / 32.51 m
Height: 24.836 ft / 7.57 m
Wingspan: 76.247 ft / 23.24 m
Wing area: 738.733 sq.ft. / 68.63 sq.m
Max take off weight: 51255.2 lb / 23245.0 kg
Weight empty: 30109.3 lb / 13655.0 kg
Max. speed: 464 kt / 860 km/h
Cruising speed: 442 kt / 818 km/h
Service ceiling: 41011 ft / 12500 m
Wing load: 69.5 lb/sq.ft / 339.0 kg/sq.m
Range: 1701 nm / 3150 km
Engines: 2 x General Electric CF 34 8C1, 61313 N
Crew: 2
Payload: 70 pax (max. 8527kg)

900ER
Extended-range version.

900ER European

As 900ER but with maximum T-O weight limited to 36,995kg to minimise weight-related charges when operating in European airspace.

900LR
Long-range version.

900LR European
As 900LR hut with maximum T-O weight limited to 37,995kg.

 

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Bombardier CRJ-700

 

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Bombardier CRJ-900

 

 

CRJ 700 / CRJ 900
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The CRJ-700 (originally known as the CRJ-X) was a stretched 70 -seater, launched with a firm order for four aircraft from the French company Brit Air.
Compared to the CRJ100/200 re-gional jets from which it's descended and with which it shares Collins ProLine 4 avionics, the CRJ700 features a fuselage stretch of 186 inches, new General Electric CF34-8C1 engines, a larger horizontal tail, leading edge slats and an APU in the tail cone instead of the equipment bay. Other changes in-clude raising the passenger windows by 4.5 inches, lowering the floor an inch, and expanding the interior cabin by an inch to a total width of eight feet, five inches. The airplane's commonality with the CRJ100s and 200s allow operators with both types an advantage in spares as well as pilot training. The GE engines are capable of 13,790 pounds of thrust with Automatic Power Reserve
On May 27, 1999, the evening before its official rollout, Bombardier's CRJ700, new 70-passenger Canadair Regional Jet airliner, made its first flight. The CRJ700 took off from Montreal, Canada's Dorval Airport at 6:18 in the evening with test pilots, Craig Tylski and Chuck Ellis, on a test flight that lasted two hours and eight minutes.
The public debut was at Farnborough International Air Show on 23 July 2000, and Transport Canada certification achieved 22 December 2000.
The first customer delivery, to Brit Air of France, was in February 2001, followed by deliveries to Horizon Air and Lufthansa CityLine in May 2001.

The CRJ900 was originally CRJ700 Msn 10001, and the airframe was converted with two plugs of 90in (2.28m) and 62in (1.57m).
The prototype retained the CRJ-700 wings, landing gear and engines, and was first flown on 21 February 2001, from Montreal-Mirabel, piloted by Chuck Ellis, Craig Tylski and Jeff Hyde.
The public debut was at the Paris Air Show on 14 June 2001, and first production aircraft first flown on 20 October 2001. Transport Canada certification was achieved on 9 September 2002, followed by FAA approval 25 October 2002 and JAA certification 23 December 2002.
The first customer delivery, to Mesa Air, was on 3 February 2003.

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CRJ900


VERSIONS

CRJ-700
68-seat version in standard and extended range (ER) weight options.
Engine: 2 x General Electric CF 34 8C1, 61313 N
Length: 106.66 ft / 32.51 m
Height: 24.836 ft / 7.57 m
Wingspan: 76.247 ft / 23.24 m
Wing area: 738.733 sq.ft. / 68.63 sq.m
Max take off weight: 51255.2 lb / 23245.0 kg
Weight empty: 30109.3 lb / 13655.0 kg
Max. speed: 464 kt / 860 km/h
Cruising speed: 442 kt / 818 km/h
Service ceiling: 41011 ft / 12500 m
Wing load: 69.5 lb/sq.ft / 339.0 kg/sq.m
Range: 1701 nm / 3150 km
Crew: 2
Payload: max. 8527kg

CRJ-701
70-seat version in standard and extended range (ER) weight options.

CRJ-900
Standard version.
Length : 106.60 ft / 32.51 m
Height: 24.836 ft / 7.57 m
Wingspan: 76.247 ft / 23.24 m
Wing area: 738.733 sq.ft. / 68.63 sq.m
Max take off weight: 51255.2 lb / 23245.0 kg
Weight empty: 30109.3 lb / 13655.0 kg
Max. speed: 464 kt / 860 km/h
Cruising speed: 442 kt / 818 km/h
Service ceiling: 41011 ft / 12500 m
Wing load: 69.5 lb/sq.ft / 339.0 kg/sq.m
Range: 1701 nm / 3150 km
Engines: 2 x General Electric CF 34 8C1, 61313 N
Crew: 2
Payload: 70 pax (max. 8527kg)

900ER
Extended-range version.

900ER European
As 900ER but with maximum T-O weight limited to 36,995kg to minimise weight-related charges when operating in European airspace.

900LR
Long-range version.

900LR European
As 900LR hut with maximum T-O weight limited to 37,995kg.

 


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