The CRJ-200, which began development in 1989, was the world's first 50-seat regional jet. Based on the business jet Challenger, the CRJ-200's cabin is stretched 5.7 meters while using the same fuselage cross section and cabin pressure capability. The 2.48 meter wide cabin features two-plus-two seating to carry up to 50 passengers. The CRJ-200 is operated by two pilots and carries up to two cabin attendants.
|Standard seating capacity||50|
|Maximum take-off weight||23.1t|
|Economy Class||Economy Class|
|Emergency Exit||1Row Front
|L:Lavatory(*:Lavatory for wheelchair passengers +:Lavatory with Diaper Shelf）||12Row Rear(L+)|
|Emergency Exit row seat||8ACHK||No Reclining||7ACHK
|No Window||Baby Bassinet|