Bombardier CRJ900

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Bombardier/Mitsubishi CRJ900
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First Flight: February 21, 2001[1]
Production Ended February 2021
Assembled in: Canada
Number built: 487 (February 2021)
Category: Short Range Narrow-body
Manufactured by: Bombardier (2000-2020)
Mitsubishi (2020-2021)

The Bombardier/Mitsubishi CRJ900 is a narrow-body short-haul jet airliner developed by Bombardier in the early 2000s. The CRJ900 is a derivative of the stretched Bombardier CRJ700, with capacity for 76-90 seats.

The CRJ manufacturing programme was sold to Mitsubishi in June 2020.

This aircraft ended development in February 2021 with the delivery of N840SK to Skywest Airlines.

Specifications

  • Length: 36.20m
  • Wingspan: 24.90m
  • Height: 7.50m
  • Range with max payload: 2,876 km[2]

Variants

Operators

Africa

Eastern Africa

Northern Africa

Southern Africa

Western Africa

Americas

North America

South America

Asia

Eastern Asia

Southeastern Asia

Western Asia

Europe

Eastern Europe

Northern Europe

Southern Europe

Western Europe

Prototypes/Demonstrators

Registration Thumbnail Model Year Engine Notes
C-FRJX CRJ-900 2000 GE CF34-8C5
C-GRNH CRJ-900 2001 GE CF34-8C5


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