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Canadair CRJ 200

Aircraft Information Canadair CRJ 200

Canadair CRJ 200 is a regional aircraft developed and produced by the Canadian company Bombardier Aerospace. It was based on the Canadair Challenger model and first flew in 1991.

The aircraft has two General Electric CF34-3B1 turbofan engines with a thrust of 41.0 kN each. The maximum speed is 870 km/h, and the maximum range is 3,000 km.

Canadair CRJ 200 can carry up to 50 passengers depending on the cabin configuration. It is widely used by airlines for regional transportation and often operates flights on short and medium distances.

The aircraft has high reliability and cost-effectiveness, making it popular among airlines. Today, Canadair CRJ 200 is one of the most common regional aircraft in the world.

Technical information about the Canadair CRJ 200

- Length: 26.77 m

- Wingspan: 21.21 m

- Cabin dimensions: 2.13 m x 2.13 m x 1.83 m

- Maximum speed: 870 km/h

- Engine: General Electric CF34-3B1

- Range: 3,056 km

- Weight: 21,319 kg (maximum takeoff weight)

The most comfortable and safe places on the plane

Like in most narrow-body aircraft, the most comfortable and safest seats in the Canadair CRJ 200 are located in the front of the cabin. The seats in the first rows have more legroom and provide better visibility. It is also recommended to choose seats near the emergency exits as they offer quick access to the exit in case of an emergency. However, it is worth considering that these seats may be slightly less comfortable due to limited space for storing carry-on baggage under the seat. It is also advisable to avoid seats near the back wall of the cabin as they may be less comfortable due to limited legroom and seat recline.