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Bombardier CRJ700

A small jet with ample space

It was the Canadair regional jets (CRJ) that got Canadian aircraft manufacturer Bombardier recognized as a specialist for regional passenger traffic. It started building this series back in the early 1990s. The CRJ700 was developed toward the turn of the century. With the Lufthansa cabin layout it can carry up to 70 passengers. Although the earlier Canadair aircraft had a reputation for fuel economy, the CRJ700 has significantly lower fuel consumption and still gives passengers more room.

Number in fleet*
14
Length
32.5 m
Wingspan
23.2 m
Height
7.6 m
Speed
820 kph
Max. cruising altitude
12,500 m
Max. takeoff weight
34,000 kg
Max. landing weight
30,300 kg
Range**
2310 km
Cabin width
2.6 m
Passenger seats (max.)***
70

* September 2013; ** with max. number of bookings; *** Configuration may vary


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