The Paranair CRJ 200 is a two-engine jet built in Canada by Bombardier Aerospace, the world's leading manufacturer of regional aircraft.
The CRJ 200 is 89 ft (27 m) long, 20 ft (6 m) high, and 69 ft (21 m) wide. It has a range of more than 1,860 mi (3,000 km). Its cruising speed is 488 mph (786 km/h), and its maximum speed is 534 mph (860 km/h). It can operate at an altitude of 41,000 feet (12,500 m).
This 50 seat aircraft has revolutionized short- and medium-distance travel with its exceptional combination of passenger comfort, efficiency, flight range, reliability and speed. Its Global Express model is one of the most sought-after private jets in the world.
The Paranair CRJ 200 is a quiet and environmentally friendly commercial jet. During both take-off and flight, this aircraft has lower noise emission than other commercial aircraft.
|CRJ 200 airplane||Specifications|
|Wing span||70 ft (21.2 m)|
|Length||88 ft (26.8 m)|
|Height of the tail||20.7 ft (6.3 m)|
|Seat spacing||31 in (78 cm)|
|Engine||2 General Electric CF34-3B1 (Jet)|
|Range||1,900 mi (3,054 km)|
|Cruising speed||534 mph (860 km/h, 0.8 Mach)|
|Maximum ceiling||41,000 ft (12,500 m)|