The CRJ900 regional jet’s first production began in 2001 by the Canadian manufacturer of aircraft Bombardier.
This version is a stretched derivative of the CRJ700 to become the world’s most regional jet program. The Bombardier CRJ900 is powered by two turbofans engines type CF34-8C5 developed by General Electric Aircraft Engines, it provides reliability, durability, and time-on-wing to the aircraft. The maximum speed of the jet can far exceed Mach 0.82 with the capacity to transport up to 90 passengers with an enhanced travel experience, and 2756 kg of cargo.

The two-pilot flight deck introduced robust technologies and new thinking standards. It is fitted with a Flight dynamics Head-up Guidance System (HGS 2000), Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast Out (ADS-B Out), Traffic Collision Avoidance System (TCAS), and a dual Electronic Flight Bags (EFB), and many other advanced cockpit features.
The aircraft offers extra legroom, superior comfort, and tremendous flexibility making it the ideal regional jet seating layout in North America today.

The CRJ900 delivers the best economics in its class by providing 5.5% lower fuel burn. Since its launch, the Bombardier CRJ900 is constantly successful on the world market offering an excellent compromise between, efficiency, performance, and economics. Providing easy flying qualities and a high availability rate. 

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