Bombardier CRJ-200LR

The CRJ-200LR is a small regional aircraft designed by Canadair and is now part of the Bombardier CRJ family of airplanes. The '200' indicates that it has upgraded engines over the '100' series while the 'LR' stands for 'Longer Range' meaning that the aircraft can fly even farther then the ER variant. While the CRJ-200LR offers better airspeed and flight times over turbo-prop aircraft, some airlines are replaced them with newer, larger variants of the family like the CRJ-700 due their age and size; the CRJ-200LR is no longer in production.

Airline

Number of Planes

Engine Types

Total Seating

F

C

W

Y

Air Canada Express

(opb Air Georgian)

7

General Electric CF34-3B

50

-

-

-

50

Air Canada Express

(opb Jazz Air)

~1

General Electric CF34-3B

50

-

-

-

50

American Eagle

(opb Air Wisconsin)

~41

General Electric CF34-3B

50

-

-

42

48

Delta Connection
(opb Endeavor Air)

~40

General Electric CF34-3B

50

-

-

4

46

Delta Connection
(opb SkyWest)

~14

General Electric CF34-3B

50

-

-

4

46

NWA AIrlink
(Merged with Delta Connection)

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

US Airways Express
(Merged with American Eagle)

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

Utair
(No longer operates CRJ-200LR)

~15
(Historic)

-

-

-

-

-

-