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Bombardier CRJ-900
The Bombardier CRJ700, CRJ900, and CRJ1000 are regional jet airliners manufactured by Bombardier and based on the CRJ200.Contents1 Development1.1 NextGen2 Variants2.1 CRJ700 2.2 CRJ9002.2.1 CRJ7052.3 CRJ10003 Operators3.1 Orders and deliveries 3.2 Recent orders 3.3 CRJ900 3.4 CRJ10004 Specifications 5 See also 6 Popular culture 7 Notes 8 References 9 External linksDevelopment[edit]Four abreast cabin seatingflight deckFollowing the success of the CRJ100/200 series, Bombardier Aerospace produced larger variants in order to compete with larger regional aircraft such as the Fokker 70/ Fokker 100
Fokker 100
or the BAe 146
BAe 146
family, and competed later with the Embraer E-Jet family
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Air Nostrum
Air Nostrum, legally incorporated as Air Nostrum, Líneas Aéreas del Mediterráneo, S.A., is a regional airline based in Valencia, Spain.[3] Air Nostrum
Air Nostrum
is an independent carrier which operates as a franchisee of Iberia Airlines
Iberia Airlines
as Iberia Regional. Iberia Regional franchise is a regional partner of Iberia and an affiliate member of the Oneworld
Oneworld
airline alliance. Air Nostrum
Air Nostrum
operates 91 domestic and international routes to 51 destinations, and charter flights
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In-flight Entertainment
In-flight entertainment
In-flight entertainment
(IFE) refers to the entertainment available to aircraft passengers during a flight. In 1936, the airship Hindenburg offered passengers a piano, lounge, dining room, smoking room, and bar during the 2 1/2 day flight between Europe and America.[1] After the Second World War, IFE was delivered in the form of food and drink services, along with an occasional projector movie during lengthy flights. In 1985 the first personal audio player was offered to passengers, along with noise cancelling headphones in 1989.[2] During the 1990s the demand for better IFE was a major factor in the design of aircraft cabins. Before then, the most a passenger could expect was a movie projected on a screen at the front of a cabin, which could be heard via a headphone socket at his or her seat
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Mesa Air Group
Jonathan G. Ornstein, Chairman & CEO Michael J. Lotz, President & CFO Paul F. Foley, Executive Vice President & COO Brian Gillman, Executive Vice President, General Counsel and SecretaryRevenue $1.4 billion USD (2007)Number of employees~2,500 (2011)Website www.mesa-air.comMesa Air Group, Inc. is a Nevada Corporation[1] commercial aviation holding company with headquarters in Suite 700 at 410 North 44th Street in the Camelback East
Camelback East
area of Phoenix, Arizona, United States.[2] The company operates one regional airline subsidiary: Mesa Airlines which operates as American Eagle and United Express
United Express
under contractual agreements with American Airlines
American Airlines
and United Airlines respectively. As of April 2015, Mesa operates 97 aircraft with approximately 420 daily system departures to 94 cities, 38 states, the District of Columbia and Mexico
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America West
America West Airlines
America West Airlines
was a U.S. airline headquartered in Tempe, Arizona. Their main hub was at Sky Harbor Airport in Phoenix, Arizona, with a secondary hub at Las Vegas McCarran International Airport
McCarran International Airport
in Las Vegas, Nevada. The airline became part of the US Airways
US Airways
Group after it acquired the larger airline in 2005 and adopted the US Airways brand name.[5] America West was the second largest low-cost carrier in the U.S. after Southwest Airlines
Southwest Airlines
and served approximately 100 destinations in the US, Canada, and Mexico. Service to Europe
Europe
was provided through codeshare partners. In March 2005, the airline operated a fleet of 132 aircraft, with a single maintenance base at Sky Harbor Airport in Phoenix
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Comair
Comair
Comair
was a wholly owned subsidiary airline of Delta Air Lines, headquartered on the grounds of Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport in Boone County, Kentucky, United States, west of Erlanger, and south of Cincinnati
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GE CF34
The General Electric CF34
General Electric CF34
is a civilian turbofan developed by GE Aircraft Engines from its TF34 military engine. The CF34 is used on a number of business and regional jets, including the Bombardier CRJ series, the Embraer E-Jets, and the Chinese ARJ21 under development.[5][6] As of 2012, there are over 5,600 engines in service.Contents1 Design and development 2 Applications 3 Specifications 4 See also 5 References 6 External linksDesign and development[edit] The original engines comprise a single stage fan, driven by a 4-stage low pressure (LP) turbine, supercharging a 14-stage HP compressor, driven by a 2-stage high pressure (HP) turbine, with an annular combustor. Later higher thrust versions of the CF34 feature an advanced technology core, with only 10 HP compressor stages
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FADEC
A full authority digital engine (or electronics) control (FADEC) is a system consisting of a digital computer, called an "electronic engine controller" (EEC) or "engine control unit" (ECU), and its related accessories that control all aspects of aircraft engine performance. FADECs have been produced for both piston engines and jet engines.[1] FADEC
FADEC
for piston engineContents1 History 2 Function2.1 Safety 2.2 Applications3 Advantages 4 Disadvantages 5 Requirements 6 Research 7 See also 8 References 9 External linksHistory[edit] The goal of any engine control system is to allow the engine to perform at maximum efficiency for a given condition. Originally, engine control systems consisted of simple mechanical linkages connected physically to the engine. By moving these levers the pilot or the flight engineer could control fuel flow, power output, and many other engine parameters
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Seating Capacity
Seating capacity
Seating capacity
is the number of people who can be seated in a specific space, in terms of both the physical space available, and limitations set by law. Seating capacity
Seating capacity
can be used in the description of anything ranging from an automobile that seats two to a stadium that seats hundreds of thousands of people
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Regional Airline
Regional airlines are airlines that operate regional aircraft to provide passenger air service to communities without sufficient demand to attract mainline service. There are two main ways for a regional airline to do business:As an affiliated airline, contracting with a major airline, operating under their brand name, and filling two roles: delivering passengers to the major airline’s hubs from surrounding communities, known as regional feeds, and increasing frequency of service on mainline routes during times when demand does not warrant use of large aircraft, known as commuter flights. Operating as an independent airline under their own brand, mostly providing service to small and isolated communities, for whom the airline is the only reasonable link to a larger town
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Scope Clause
A scope clause is part of a contract between an airline and a pilot union. Generally, these clauses are used by the union of a major airline to limit the number and/or size of aircraft that airline may contract out to a regional airline
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Air Canada Jazz
Jazz (Jazz Aviation LP), is a Canadian regional airline based at Halifax Stanfield International Airport
Halifax Stanfield International Airport
in Enfield, Halifax Regional Municipality, Nova Scotia,[2] and is a wholly owned subsidiary of Chorus Aviation. Jazz Aviation provides regional and charter airline services in Canada
Canada
and the United States, primarily under contract to Air Canada
Canada
using the brand name Air Canada
Canada
Express, and also as Jazz Charters. It is Canada's third largest airline in terms of fleet size (but not in terms of passengers carried annually, number of employees or destinations served). Its Air Canada
Canada
Express operations serve 79 destinations in Canada
Canada
and the United States
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Chorus Aviation
Chorus Aviation
Chorus Aviation
is a Canadian holding company which has controlled regional and charter airline operator Jazz Aviation LP
Jazz Aviation LP
from 31 December 2010.[1][2][3] These services normally operate under the brand names Air Canada
Canada
Express and Jazz Charters. Ownership was previously held by an income fund called "Jazz Air Income Fund", but a restructuring was announced in October 2010
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Regional Jet
A regional jet (RJ) is a class of short to medium-range turbofan powered regional airliners.Contents1 History1.1 90's 50-seaters 1.2 U.S. scope clauses 1.3 Larger jets 1.4 Crossover jets 1.5 Short Range widebody2 See also 3 References 4 External linksHistory[edit] The term "regional jet" describes a range of short to medium-haul turbofan-powered aircraft, whose use throughout the world expanded after the advent of airline deregulation in the United States in 1978.Polish government Yakovlev Yak-40
Yakovlev Yak-40
at the Polish Aviation Museum. Regional jet
Regional jet
airliners are not a new concept in aviation. Starting in the late 1960s Aeroflot, for example, used Yakolev Yak-40
Yak-40
regional sized mini-jet airliners, when its airline functioned as a state controlled national directive
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Transport Canada
Transport Canada
Transport Canada
(French: Transports Canada) is the department within the government of Canada which is responsible for developing regulations, policies and services of transportation in Canada. It is part of the Transportation, Infrastructure and Communities (TIC) portfolio. The current Minister of Transport is Marc Garneau. Transport Canada
Transport Canada
has its offices in Ottawa, Ontario.[1]Contents1 History 2 Headquarters 3 Structure 4 Enforcement 5 Road 6 Rail 7 Marine 8 Aviation8.1 Civil Aviation Authority 8.2 Air accident investigation 8.3 Surveillance fleet9 Recent controversies 10 See also 11 ReferencesHistory[edit] The Department of Transport was created in 1935 by the government of William Lyon Mackenzie King
William Lyon Mackenzie King
in recognition of the changing transportation environment in Canada at the time
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European Aviation Safety Agency
The European Aviation Safety Agency
European Aviation Safety Agency
(EASA) is an agency of the European Union
European Union
(EU) with regulatory and executive tasks in the field of civilian aviation safety
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