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CRJ900  
Initial Operational Capability (IOC): 2003
Total Production: 462
Unitary Cost: USD$47 million
Also Known As: CRJ900 ER, CRJ900 LR and CRJ900 NextGen
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 CRJ700
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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.

Bombardier CRJ900 was developed from the CRJ700 to compete in the 86- to 90-seat regional jet segment. It is the longest CRJ aircraft produced by Bombardier to date and features an strengthened wing with a redesigned winglet. As well as the CRJ700, the CRJ900 is powered by two General Electric CF34-8C5 turbofan engines that give the aircraft a cruise speed of Mach 0.83 and range of up to 1,976 nautical miles (nm). As of 2005, the production engine for new build CRJ900s is the CF34-8C5B1 model. The spacious cabin of the larger CRJ900 also offers more room for passenger baggage.

The Bombardier CRJ900 is available in standard, Extended Range (ER) and Long Range (LR) versions with maximum takeoff weights of 80,500, 82,500, and 84,500 pounds carrying between 86 and 90 passengers. These aircraft come in a single class layout cabin. The aerodynamics changes introduced in the CRJ900 are meant to match the airfield performance of CRJ200 and CRJ700 models.

CRJ900 Specifications

Crew: 5
Number of Engines: 2
Passengers: 90
Dimensions
Height: 7.51 meter
Length: 36.4 meter
Wingspan: 24.9 meter
Performance
Ceiling: 12,500 meter
Max Range: 3,660 kilometer (1,976 nautical mile)
Speed
Cruise Speed: 245 mps (882 kph)
Weight
Empty Weight: 21,432 kilogram
Max Takeoff Thrust: 26,246 pound
Max Takeoff Weight: 38,329 kilogram (84,500 pound)
Payload: 10,591 kilogram
CEP: Circular Error Probable
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CRJ900 News

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24 Nov 2006 and 29 Mar 2017
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Wednesday, March 29, 2017Bombardier and CityJet Confirm Order for Four Additional CRJ900 Aircraft
Wednesday, February 1, 2017Bombardier and CityJet Finalize Purchase Agreement for up to 10 CRJ900 Aircraft
Tuesday, January 24, 2017Bombardier and CityJet Sign Conditional Purchase Agreement for up to 10 CRJ900 Aircraft
Tuesday, November 1, 2016Bombardier Reveals Industrial Bank Financial Leasing as Customer who Ordered 10 CRJ900 Aircraft
Monday, June 20, 2016Bombardier Secures Firm Order for 10 CRJ900 Aircraft
Tuesday, April 26, 2016Bombardier and Chorus Sign Firm Purchase Agreement for up to 10 CRJ900 Aircraft
Monday, April 25, 2016Trident Jet Orders 12 Bombardier CRJ900 Jetliners
Thursday, December 31, 2015China Express Airlines Orders 10 More Bombardier CRJ900 Jetliners
Friday, October 2, 2015CityJet Places Order for Eight Bombardier CRJ900 Jetliners
Thursday, March 12, 2015Mesa Airlines Firm Purchase Agreement for Seven CRJ900 NextGen Aircraft

Operators & Related Equipment


OperatorsItems
Argentina?
Aircraft operated by Andes Lineas Aereas (2 aircraft from a previous owner)
Austria1
Aircraft ordered by Styrian Spirit (1)
Canada5
Aircraft ordered by Chorus Aviation (5)
China48
Aircraft sold to China Express Airlines (38); CIB Leasing (10)
Egypt2
Aircraft ordered by Petroleum Air Services (2)
Estonia13
Aircraft ordered by Estonian Air (13)
France4
Aircraft ordered by Brit Air (4)
Germany55
Aircraft ordered by Lufthansa (35)
Iraq10
Aircraft ordered by the government of Iraq (10 CRJ900 NextGen) for civilian airline services in Iraq;
Ireland18
Aircraft ordered by CityJet (18)
Italy14
Aircraft ordered by Air One (10); My Air, formerly My Way Airlines, (4);
Jersey12
Aircraft ordered by Trident Jet (12)
Libya8
Aircraft ordered by Libyan Airlines (8)
Mexico2
Aircraft ordered by ALMA de Mexico (2)
Nigeria4
Aircraft ordered by Arik Air (2)
Russia6
Aircraft ordered by Tatarstan Airlines (6)
Rwanda2
Aircraft ordered by RwandAir (2)
Slovenia6
Ordered by Adria Airways (6)
Spain11
Aircraft ordered by Air Nostrum (11)
Sweden13
Aircraft ordered by SAS (13)
Turkey3
Aircraft ordered by Atlasjet (3)
United Kingdom1
Aircraft ordered by Falko Regional Aircraft Limited (1)
United States of America213
Aircraft ordered by Delta Airlines (84); Mesa Air Group (45); SkyWest (4); GECAS (10); Northwest Airlines (36); American Airlines (54)
Uruguay10
Aircraft ordered by Pluna (10 NextGen CRJ900s)

Grand Total 46124
Propulsion Systems
CF34-8C5x2
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