Bombardier CRJ100ER/LR

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Bombardier’s CRJ100 is based on the Challenger 600 airframe, originally designed for private business jets. However, the airframe has been lengthened by almost 6 metres, accommodating approximately 50 passengers in regional configuration. In addition, there are new wings with greater span, as well as capability for increased fuel. First flight occurred in 1991 with certification obtained and entry into service (with Lufthansa) occurring one year later.

Primary operators of the CRJ100 include Air Wisconsin, Endeavor Air, and Skywest Airlines.

Fuselage Length (m) 26.8
Tail Height (m) 6.2
Wingspan (m) 21.2
Max Take Off Weight (lb) 53,000
Max Range (nm) 1,620 NM / 2,003 NM
Max Operation Mach No 0.81
Max Configuration 50
Typical Configuration 50
Engines 2
Engine Models GE CF34-3A1
Primary Operators Air Wisconsin, Endeavor Air, SkyWest Airlines