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Initial Operational Capability (IOC): 2009
Maiden Flight: 3 September 2008
Total Production: 86
Unitary Cost: USD$53 million
Also Known As: CRJ900X
Origin: Canada
Corporations: Bombardier
Parent System: CRJ
Initial Operational Capability (IOC): 1992
Total Production: 1,938
Total Cost: USD$60 billion
Family Members: CRJ200, CRJ200 SF, CRJ700 and CRJ900
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Description: Bombardier CRJ (Canadair Regional Jet) commercial regional jet family was introduced in 1992 with the entry into service of the first CRJ100 aircraft. The twin-engine, single aisle airplane family has been improved all since its inception. Following the success of the CRJ100, Bombardier introduced the CRJ200 with improved engines in 1996, the CRJ700 in 2001 and the newest CRJ900 in 2003. Every model has a high degree of commonality with the rest of the aircraft family lowering spare parts, ground support equipment, maintenance programs and aircrew training costs. The latest addition to this successful family, is an enhanced CRJ900 announced in March 2005 which incorporates structural, aerodynamic and system changes for improved airfield performance.

The CRJ1000, formerly known as the CRJ900X, is a modified version of the CRJ900 developed to meet the needs of regional airliners for jets of up to 100 seats. The main goals of Bombardier Aerospace for the CRJ1000 program are extremely low operating costs and the improvements to cabin comfort. The CRJ1000 was launched in February 19, 2007, with 38 firm order aircraft from Brit Air (8+8), My Way Airlines/My Air (15) and an undisclosed customer (15+15). The first flight is scheduled for the summer 2008 and the entry into revenue service in the fourth quarter of 2009.

Bombardier Aerospace expects CRJ1000 to reduce carbon dioxide engine emissions by 30 percent compared to similar aircraft. With a maximum takeoff weight of 41.6 tons the CRJ1000 will be capable of carrying up to 100 passengers on routes of up to 3,100 kilometers.

CRJ1000 Specifications

Number of Engines: 2
Passengers: 100
Max Range: 1,691 nautical mile (3,132 kilometer)
Max Takeoff Thrust: 29,020 pound
Max Takeoff Weight: 91,800 pound (42 ton)
CEP: Circular Error Probable
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CRJ1000 News

There are 20 news between
19 Feb 2007 and 30 Mar 2015
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Monday, March 30, 2015Arik Air Places World's First CRJ1000 Aircraft with Three-abreast Business-class Seating into Service
Wednesday, June 19, 2013Arik Air Orders Three CRJ1000 Regional Jets and Four Q400 Turboprop Airliners
Wednesday, June 20, 2012Nordic Aviation Capital Orders Twelve Bombardier CRJ1000 NextGen Aircraft
Wednesday, February 15, 2012Garuda Indonesia Confirmed as Previously Unidentified Bombardier CRJ1000 NextGen Aircraft Buyer
Garuda Indonesia Orders Six CF34-8C-powered Bombardier CRJ1000s
Friday, February 10, 2012Airline Orders up to 24 Bombardier CRJ1000 NextGen Airliners
Wednesday, December 22, 2010Bombardier CRJ1000 NextGen Airliner Awarded US FAA Type Certificate
Wednesday, November 10, 2010Bombardier CRJ1000 Jet Awarded EASA and TC Aircraft Type Certificates
Tuesday, August 11, 2009Bombardier Terminates Purchase Agreement with My Air
Thursday, June 18, 2009Air Nostrum Orders CF34-powered Bombardier CRJ1000 Aircraft

Operators & Related Equipment

Aircraft ordered by Nordic Aviation Capital (12)
Aircraft ordered by Brit Air (14)
Aircraft ordered by Garuda Indonesia (6)
Aircraft ordered by My Way Airlines/My Air (15)
Aircraft ordered by Arik Air (3)
Aircraft ordered by Adria Airways (1)
Aircraft ordered by Air Nostrum (35)

Grand Total 867
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