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Initial Operational Capability (IOC): 2001
Total Production: 587
Unitary Cost: USD$37 million
Also Known As: CRJ700 Series 701 and CRJ700 Series 705
Origin: Canada
Corporations: Bombardier
Parent System: CRJ
Initial Operational Capability (IOC): 1992
Total Production: 1,938
Total Cost: USD$60 billion
Family Members: CRJ1000, CRJ200, CRJ200 SF 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 CRJ700 aircraft was introduced in 2001. CRJ700s are powered by two General Electric CF34-8C5 turbofan engines which are more powerful than the CF34-3s on the CRJ200 and, by the way, greater fuel efficiencies. Its seating capacity has been increased compared with the CRJ100/200 by 25 more seats reaching 75-seat. The CRJ700 cruises at Mach 0.825 and has a maximum range of up to 2,000 nautical miles (nm). All variants come with a state-of-the-art glass cockpit very similar to those provided to CRJ100/200.

Bombardier claims this aircraft is to serve the same markets of the CRJ200 but adding more seating capacity and range therefore competing with more expensive narrow-body jetliners. As of August 2005, Bombardier was marketing two models varying in size in a two-class layout cabin: the CRJ700 Series 701 for 64- to 70-seat, and the CRJ700 Series 705 for 75-seat. Each CRJ700 Series has two additional variants providing Extended Range (ER) and Long Range (LR). The production engine for new build CRJ700s is the CF34-8C5B1 so far. In February 1997, French carrier Brit Air became the launch customer for the CRJ700.

CRJ700 Specifications

Crew: 4
Number of Engines: 2
Passengers: 75
Height: 7.57 meter
Length: 32.5 meter
Wingspan: 23.2 meter
Ceiling: 12,500 meter
Max Range: 4,048 kilometer (2,186 nautical mile)
Cruise Speed: 244 mps (879 kph)
Empty Weight: 21,432 kilogram
Max Takeoff Thrust: 26,246 pound
Max Takeoff Weight: 38,328 kilogram (84,497 pound)
Payload: 10,591 kilogram
CEP: Circular Error Probable
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CRJ700 News

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Friday, October 2, 2015CityJet Places Order for Eight Bombardier CRJ900 Jetliners
Thursday, March 27, 2014Bombardier Signs Firm Purchase Agreement with Undisclosed Customer for One CRJ700 NextGen Aircraft in Specialized Configuration
Thursday, December 6, 2012Undisclosed Customer in China Orders Seven Bombardier CRJ700 NextGen Aircraft
Tuesday, April 3, 2012GE Aviation Signs OnPoint Solution Agreement for CF34 Engine Fleet with SkyWest Airlines
Tuesday, January 4, 2011Bombardier Sells Four CRJ700 NextGen Regional Jets to SkyWest
Thursday, December 3, 2009American Eagle Places Order for 22 Bombardier CRJ700 Regional Jets
Wednesday, June 17, 2009Bombardier Announces IBEX Will Fly CRJ700 NextGen Airliners in Japan
Wednesday, February 25, 2009Bombardier Confirms GoJet Airlines as Previously Unidentified CRJ700 NextGen Customer
Monday, June 23, 2008Airline Orders Four Bombardier CRJ700 NextGen Aircraft
Tuesday, May 6, 2008Bombardier Signs Skywest and Atlantic Southeast Airlines for Heavy Maintenance

Operators & Related Equipment

Aircraft ordered by Styrian Spirit (1)
Aircraft ordered by Cameroon Airlines (1)
Aircraft ordered by Air Canada (15)
Aircraft ordered by undisclosed customer (7); Shandong Airlines (2)
Aircraft ordered by Brit Air (15)
Aircraft ordered by Lufthansa (20); DSF (30)
Aircraft ordered by IBEX Airlines (4)
United States of America261
Aircraft ordered by Horizon Air (45); Mesa Air Group (30); GoJet Airlines (10); SkyWest (22); American Eagle (57); Comair (30); GECAS (30); US Airways (25); Atlantic Southeast Airlines (12);
Aircraft ordered by Felix Airways (8)

Grand Total 36410
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