Technical Aircraft Information CRJ200

Bombardier CRJ200 General
Aircraft
Bombardier CRJ200
Type
Short/Medium range aircraft

Bombardier CRJ200 Program Milestones
Basic configuration
June 1988
Official launch
March 31, 1989
Roll out 100ER
May 6, 1991
Certification
July 31, 1992
First delivery
October 29, 1992
- to
Lufthansa Cityline
In service
November, 1992

Bombardier CRJ200 External Dimensions
Cross Section
8 feet 10 inch (2,69 m)
Wing Span
69 feet 7 inch (21,21 m)
Wing area
520,4 square feet
Length
87 feet 10 inch (26,77 m)
Height
20 feet 5 inch (6,22 m)

Bombardier CRJ200 Internal Dimensions
Cabin length
40 feet 6 inch (12,34 m)
Cabin width
8 feet 4 inch (2,53 m)
Cabin volume
1.687 Cubic feet
Maximum height
6 feet 1 inch (1,85 m)

Bombardier CRJ200 Weights
CRJ200
ER
Maximum Taxi Weight
51.250 lbs
Maximum Take-off Weight
51.000 lbs
Maximum Landing Weight
47.000 lbs
Maximum Zero Fuel Weight
44.000 lbs
Empty Operating Weight
30.900 lbs
Maximum fuel load
14.305 lbs
Maximum payload
13.100 lbs

CRJ200
LR
Maximum Taxi Weight
53.250 lbs
Maximum Take-off Weight
53.000 lbs
Maximum Landing Weight
47.000 lbs
Maximum Zero Fuel Weight
44.000 lbs
Empty Operating Weight
30.900 lbs
Maximum fuel load
14.305 lbs
Maximum payload
13.100 lbs

Bombardier CRJ200 Seating & Crew
Flight Crew
2
Cabin Crew
2
Seating Capacity (ER/LR)
50

Bombardier CRJ200 Range
CRJ-200ER
1.345 nm (2.491 km)
CRJ-200LR
1.700 nm (3.148 km)
Bombardier CRJ200 range

Bombardier CRJ200 Prices
To be announced

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CRJ200 General Information

The CRJ-200 has a four-abreast seating and holds up to 50 passengers. The aircraft is available in two versions; the CRJ-200ER and the CRJ-200LR. The Extended Range (ER) version has a maximum take-off weight of 51.000 pounds and a range of 1.345 nautical miles. The Long Range (LR) version has a maximum take-off weight of 53.000 pounds and has a range of 1.700 nautical miles. The CRJ-200 is a regional aircraft with outstanding handling capabilities together with low operating costs.

The CRJ series is derived from the Canadair business jet type aircraft and was one of the first regional jets carrying 50 passengers that entered service. The aircraft is powered by two General Electric CF34-3B1 turbofan engines. These engines produce a maximum thrust of 8,729 pounds at take-off. It was originally designed for the US army as it is one of the most efficient engines ever build. The aircraft is available with an engine option that provides exceptional high-altitude, hot-weather airfield performance for increased payload and profitability.

Overall, the CRJ200 series are the smallest of the CRJ series with a length of 87 feet 10 inch (26,77 m).

Current Bombardier CRJ200 Operators
Adria Airways
Air Canada
Air Nostrum
Air Sahara Air Wisconsin Alma of Mexico
ASA Austrian Arrows Brit Air
CR Airways China Eastern China Express
China United Cimber Air Comair
Delta Connection Eurowings GECAS
IBEX J-Air Lufthansa
Malev Mesa Northwest Airlines
Shanghai Airlines Skywest Airlines South African Expr.

Bombardier CRJ200 Competition
Fokker 50

Malev Bombardier CRJ200

Lufthansa Bombardier CRJ200