The Bombardier CRJ900 soars up to 12,500 meters on routine flights. It goes higher than any other jet in the Lufthansa fleet except for the Boeing 747. Flying at this altitude helps to save fuel, and a tilt of only one degree means the CRJ900 is almost horizontal in the air. The two-engined aircraft, which has 90 seats and a flight range of around 2,100 kilometers, will operate on regional routes for Lufthansa CityLine.
|Cruising Speed||840 km/h|
|Max. altitude||12,500 m|
|Max. takeoff weight||38,000 kg|
|Max. landing weight||34,000 kg|
|Cabin width||2.6 m|
* with max. number of bookings
** Configuration may vary