Bombardier CRJ-701ER

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Final approach on ILS Y runway 25R. Excellent approach and landing done by the FO, right on glideslope and slightly correcting to the right.

Aircraft Data

The twin-engined short to medium range Regional Jet family pioneered the 50 seater regional jet market. The prototype was based on the CL-601 business jet, but with stretched fuselage and new wings and undercarriage. An EFIS cockpit was also fitted.

The CRJ-700 was the first of the long fuselage family RJs. These were a near complete redesign, with stretched fuselages, new wings, systems and a completely changed interior, with more headroom. The 701ER and 701LR are extended range versions

Summary data for Bombardier CRJ 700
Country of originFirst flightNo. builtNo. in serviceCrewPassengers
Canada1999162162270 - 78

Power

2 x General Electric TF34/CF34 (9065 - 9220 lbf) turbofan engines.

Uses the CF34-8C5, rated at 12670lb thrust


Dimensions

Dimensions for Bombardier CRJ 700
Length106 ft. 8 in.
Wing Span76 ft. 3 in.
Height24 ft. 10 in.
Empty Weight43,500 lbs. (weights and performance for the 700 basic version)
Max Weight73,000 lbs.

Performance

Performance of Bombardier CRJ 700
Max Speed473 kts
Cruise Speed447 kts
Ceiling41,000 ft.
Normal Range1,350nm
Max Range1,434nm (Range with max passengers)

Updated 29th November 2008

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Bombardier CRJ-701ER

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April 2013
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