Stretched derivative of Regional Jet, originally
designated CRJ-X. First flight 27 May 1999; Public debut at Farnborough
International Air Show 23 July 2000; Transport Canada
certification achieved 22 December 2000; first delivery, to
Brit Air of France, in February 2001, followed by
deliveries to Horizon Air and Lufthansa CityLine in May.
CRJ-700: 68-seat version in standard and
extended range (ER) weight options.
CRJ-701: 70-seat version in standard and extended
range (ER) weight options.
CRJ-900: further stretch.
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|myron stone, e-mail, 11.07.2012 05:35|
I need to know where seat 5c and 5d is.thats our seats for an Aug flight.
|good, 20.06.2011 05:57|
Cat III certification, including single engine Cat III approval. A fantastic airplane that, like your first girl friend, you'll never forget. The most reliable airplane I've ever flown.
|Perry Solmonson, e-mail, 08.12.2010 05:40|
Completed the CL-65 Type Rating in Montreal on my 40th birthday in Montreal. A year later worked on symbology development and flight test of the Rockwell Collins HGS-4200 Head Up Guidance System. Flying in Lufthansa City Line's sim in Berlin for the 1000+ Cat III approaches and later in the actual aircraft to validate guidance to touchdown in 0-0 weather conditions (EASA certification requirement at the time). Serial number 10005, N600QX, and I flew 92 hours in 13 days to complete Cat III certification, including single engine Cat III approval. A fantastic airplane that, like your first girl friend, you'll never forget. The most reliable airplane I've ever flown.
|lorenzo, e-mail, 07.06.2010 02:02|
I have many praisers to bombardier CRJ700.Well I'Am brazilian,and I don't know speak english very well.
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