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Canadair Regional Jet

Aircraft Information Canadair Regional Jet

Canadair Regional Jet (CRJ) is a family of regional aircraft designed and manufactured by Bombardier Aerospace. CRJ was first launched in 1991 and has since become one of the most popular regional aircraft in the world.

CRJ has engines located on the wings and can carry between 50 and 100 passengers depending on the model. The aircraft has a range of up to 3,000 km and can fly at speeds of up to 870 km/h.

CRJ has several variations, including the CRJ100, CRJ200, CRJ700, and CRJ900. Each model has its own unique characteristics and can be used for various purposes, including regional and international flights.

CRJ is also used as a business jet and for government transportation. CRJ aircraft are operated by airlines around the world, including Delta Air Lines, Lufthansa, and Air Canada.

Technical information about the Canadair Regional Jet

- Length: 26.21 m

- Wingspan: 21.21 m

- Cabin dimensions: 2.13 m x 2.13 m

- Maximum speed: 870 km/h

- Engine: two General Electric CF34-8C5 turbofan engines

- Range: up to 3,704 km

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

The most comfortable and safe places on the plane

Like in any other aircraft, the safest seats on the Canadair Regional Jet are located in the rear of the cabin, closer to the exit. This is because in case of an emergency, passengers seated closer to the exit have a higher chance of survival and a faster evacuation.

In addition, the Canadair Regional Jet has several seats that are considered more comfortable for passengers. These are the seats near the cabin exit, known as "emergency exit rows". They usually have more legroom and are wider than regular rows. However, to occupy such a seat, a passenger must meet certain requirements, such as not having any health restrictions and not traveling with children.

In general, the choice of seats on the Canadair Regional Jet depends on the individual preferences of the passenger. Some prefer window seats to enjoy the view, while others prefer aisle seats for a quick exit from the cabin. In any case, it is worth studying the cabin layout and choosing the most suitable seat before purchasing a ticket.