Bombardier’s Canadian Regional Jet (CRJ) 200 was designed to meet the performance and cost control needs of the burgeoning regional airliner market.
Its two General Electric turbofan engines allow it to reach a level of performance comparable to that of a large airliner.
The CRJ 200 has a large luggage compartment as well as compartments in the cabin for storing hand luggage. Fifty passengers can be accommodated on board, in two rows of seats on either side of a central corridor. A galley allows the service of snacks and hot or cold drinks.