How many seats does a Canadair Regional Jet 900 have?
90Bombardier CRJ900 / Number of seats
How big is a regional jet 900?
CRJ900 cabin The fuselage is of semi-monocoque design. The main cabin by C&D Interiors is approximately 21.6m-long with a centre-line width of 2.13m and the capability to seat up to 90 passengers. Standard seating is for 86 passengers with seats at 31in (78.7cm) pitch in a four-abreast configuration.
Does Canadair Regional Jet 900 have wifi?
While the CRJ900s don’t have seatback screens, it is amazing that these aircraft are equipped with wifi capability. Though it is not free (yet), the service is available.
How many seats does a Delta CRJ900 have?
|FIRST CLASS||DELTA COMFORT+®|
|ACCOMMODATION (70 SEATS)||12 Seats||20 Seats|
|SEAT WIDTH/PITCH||19.6 in/37 in 50 cm/94 cm||17.3 in/34 in 44 cm/86 cm|
|CHILD SEAT FIT GUIDE Aircraft seat width min-max||19.6 in 50 cm||17.3 in 44 cm|
|UNDERSEAT DIMENSIONS (depth x width x height)||19.5 in x 17.5 in x 13 in||19.5 in x 17.5 in x 13 in|
How many seats does a regional jet have?
Embry–Riddle Aeronautical University defines the regional jet as up to 100 seats in capacity. This is also the limit capacity for two flight attendants. FlightGlobal sort the 66- to 146-seat Embraer E-Jet/E2 as a regional aircraft, but the 116- to 141-seat Airbus A220 (ex Bombardier CSeries) as a mainline airliner.
Is Bombardier out of business?
Bombardier has completed its planned transformation into solely a business jet manufacturer, having closed the sale of its train business to French company Alstom.
Is the Canadair Regional Jet 900 Safe?
There have been no documented incidents or accidents involving a CRJ 900 yet. This should instill complete confidence in you as you prepare to fly this aircraft. It has a proven track history and, therefore, should securely get you to the destinations.
What is considered a regional jet?
A regional jet (RJ) is a jet airliner and a regional airliner with fewer than 100 seats. The first one was the Sud-Aviation Caravelle in 1959, followed by the widespread Yakovlev Yak-40, Fokker F-28, and BAe 146.
What is the most common regional jet?
The most popular regional jets in history have been the Bombardier CRJ and the Embraer E-Jet families. Over 1,000 of these each of these aircraft types have been produced.