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Bombardier CRJ900

A Canadian highflier

The first Canadair Regional Jet (CRJ) went into the air in the early 1990s as a low-capacity, short-haul aircraft. The first model, the CRJ100 only had seating accommodation for 50 passengers. The Canadian manufacturer Bombardier has now developed larger models – like the CRJ900, which is 36.4 meters long and carries up to 90 passengers. The CRJ900 is the largest aircraft category flying Lufthansa’s regional routes.

Number in fleet*
35
Length
36.4 m
Wingspan
24.9 m
Height
7.5 m
Speed
820 kph
Max. cruising altitude
12,500 m
Max. takeoff weight
38,000 kg
Max. landing weight
34,000 kg
Range**
2440 km
Cabin width
2.6 m
Passenger seats (max.)***
90

* September 2016; ** with max. number of bookings; *** Configuration may vary


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