Canadian high-flyer: the Bombardier CRJ900 Regional Jet

Canadian high-flyer: the Bombardier CRJ900 Regional Jet

The Canadair Regional Jet CRJ900 by the Canadian manufacturer Bombardier was added to the Lufthansa fleet in 2006. 12 of the model fly for Lufthansa CityLine, a subsidiary of Lufthansa.

Bombardier launched the first CRJ900 in April 2003. With 90 seats it is the largest member of the CRJ family and at the same time the most efficient plane of its class. Its fuel consumption was considerably reduced compared to its predecessor the CRJ200.

Its engines are also even quieter and more environmentally friendly. The cabin was also improved, giving passengers more legroom and providing more space for luggage.

All twelve planes are stationed in Munich and predominantly service routes from Munich to European destinations such as Brussels and Nice.

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