Bombardier CRJ100

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Bombardier CRJ100
First Flight: May 10, 1991[1]
Assembled in: Canada
Number built: 226[2]
Category: Short Range Narrow-body
Manufactured by: Bombardier

The Bombardier CRJ100 (also known as Canadair CRJ100) is a narrow-body short-haul jet airliner developed by Bombardier in the early 1990s. This aircraft was designed as a civil aircraft based on the Challenger business jet platform.

This aircraft is no longer in development.

Specifications

  • Length: 26.77m
  • Wingspan: 21.21m
  • Height: 6.22m
  • Range with max payload: 3,056 km

Variants

  • CRJ100 - General Electric CF34-3A1
    • CRJ100SF - Cargo Conversion
    • CRJ100SE - VIP Conversion
  • CRJ100ER - Extended Range - 20%
  • CRJ100LR - Extended Range - 40%

Operators

Americas

North America

References