Mitsubishi CRJ-900ER

The CRJ-900ER is a regional aircraft designed by Bombardier and is part of the CRJ family of airplanes. It is the second expansion of the original CRJ-100/200 series design. The 'ER' stands for 'Extended Range' meaning that the aircraft can fly farther. The CRJ-900ER offers better airspeed and flight times over turbo-prop aircraft alongside more seat capacity. The CRJ-900ER is still in production.

First Flight

Max. Range

Length

Wingspan

Height

Engine Options

Seating Capacity

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American Eagle

(opb Mesa Airlines)

~49

General Electric CF34-8C

76
76
76
79

12
9
9
9

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32
23
32
12

32
44
35
58

US Airways Express

(Merged with American Eagle)

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