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CRJ1
Name Regional Jet CRJ-100
Manufacturer CANADAIR
Body Narrow
Type Fixed Wing
WTC Medium
APC C
Engine Jet
Engine count Multi


Also manufacturered as:

CANADAIR CL-600 Regional Jet CRJ-100
CANADAIR CL-600 Regional Jet RJ-100
CANADAIR Regional Jet CRJ-100
CANADAIR Regional Jet RJ-100


CANADAIR Regional Jet CRJ-100

CANADAIR Regional Jet CRJ-100

Image source: IANS

Description

Regional airliner. In service since 1992. Airliner development of CL-601 Challenger business jet. Initially 100 series replaced by 200 series in 1993. Canadair is now part of the Bombardier Group. The CRJ1 is a member of the CRJ family.

General

Aircraft name Regional Jet CRJ-100
ICAO code/WTC CRJ1 / M
Manufacturer CANADAIR
Type code/APC L2J / C

Technical Data

Wing span 21.21 m69.587 ft
Length 26.8 m87.927 ft
Height 6.3 m20.669 ft
Powerplant 2 x 41 KN GE CF34-3A1 turbofans.
Engine model General Electric CF34

For further details consult EUROCONTROL Aircraft Performance Database:

Accidents & Serious Incidents involving CRJ1

  • B738 / CRJ1, New York La Guardia USA, 2007 (HF RI) (On 5 July 2007, in daylight and good visibility, a Comair CRJ100 on an outbound scheduled service flight was cleared by a GND Controller to taxi across active runway 22 on which a Delta AL Boeing 737-800 also operating a scheduled service flight had already been cleared to land by the (TWR) local controller. The crossing to be made did not allow the CRJ100 crew to see up the runway towards the landing threshold until they had almost completed the crossing. When they did see the by then landed B738 coming towards them, they immediately increased thrust on the single operating engine to accelerate clear. The FAA account of the incident classified the incursion at low risk with a 3200 ft minimum separation between the two aircraft.)
  • CRJ1 / A320, Baltimore MD USA, 2007 (RI HF) (On 2 December 2007, at Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport, after controller error, a CRJ-100 operated by Comair with a valid take-off clearance missed by 400 ft vertically and 400 ft horizontally an Airbus A320, which just landed with also valid clearance on an intersecting runway.)
  • CRJ1, Lexington KY USA, 2006 (HF RE FIRE) (On 27 August 2006, a CRJ100ER, belonging to Comair, crashed after taking off from the wrong runway at Lexington, Kentucky, USA.)
  • CRJ1, Southampton UK, 2007 (RE HF AW) (On 17 January 2007, a Bombardier CRJ 100 being operated by French airline Brit Air on a scheduled night passenger flight from Paris CDG to Southampton could not be directionally controlled after touchdown on a dry surface in normal visibility and almost calm winds and departed the side of the runway during the landing roll. There were no injuries to any of the 36 occupants and there was no damage to the aircraft.)
  • CRJ1, vicinity Brest France, 2003 (CFIT HF FIRE) (On 22 June 2003, a Bombardier CRJ100 being operated by Brit Air flew an inaccurate night ILS approach and impacted terrain over a mile from the runway during an attempted unsuccessful go-around at Brest Guipavas Airport.)
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