Aircraft Types
 
Regional One specializes and supports the following types of regional aircraft. Please contact our sales department for pricing and availability.

 

Bombardier
DASH-8 -100, -200, -300 | Q400 | CRJ200, -700, -900, -1000

 

Embraer
ERJ135, -145, -170, -175, -190, -195

 

ATR
ATR42-500, -600 | ATR72-200, -500, -600​

DASH-8

Bombardier Aerospace Dash 8 family of turboprop regional airliners include the 37-passenger Q100 and Q200, the 50 to 60-passenger Q300. Over 1,030 Dash 8 family aircraft have been ordered and 942 delivered since 1984. Regional One has dismantled several DASH 8 aircraft for parts and has several more on lease with airlines worldwide.

Q400

Developed by Bombardier to meet the requirements of regional airlines for larger aircraft on high-density, short-haul routes. The 350kt Q400 airliner is one of the world's quietest turboprop aircraft. The aircraft is powered by two turboprop engines type PW150A supplied by Pratt & Whitney Canada. Each engine develops 5,071shp or 3,800kW. The engines drive six-bladed reversible-pitch composite propellers, type R408, supplied by Dowty.

CRJ200

Formerly known as the Canadair CRJ200, this aircraft is similar to the CRJ100 but with more efficient turbofan engines, which gave the aircraft lower fuel consumption, increased cruise altitude and cruise speed. During 2006, production of both the CRJ100 and CRJ200 came to an end; the majority of produced aircraft have remained in revenue service to date.

CRJ700

The Bombardier CRJ700 is the 70 to a 78-seat variant of the CRJ regional jet family. The CRJ was introduced into service in 1992 and total firm orders for the CRJ family are for over 1,660 aircraft. The 1500th aircraft of the CRJ family was delivered in March 2008. The aircraft has two General Electric CF34-8C1/5B1 turbofan engines providing up to 58.4kN thrust at take-off and up to 63.4kN thrust with auto power reserve power.

CRJ900 and CRJ1000

The CRJ900 is a stretched 76–90 seat version of the CRJ700. The airplane is loosely based on the CRJ200 series with a few major improvements. The first CRJ900 was modified from the prototype CRJ700 by adding longer fuselage plugs fore and aft of the wings. 

The CRJ1000 regional airliner is designed to meet the needs of regional airlines for jets of up to 100 seats, with environmentally greener performance and lower operating costs. Flight deck of the CRJ1000 is based on Rockwell Collins Pro Line 4 avionics.

ERJ135 and ERJ145

These aircraft are powered by two turbofan engines. The ERJ135 seats 37 passengers while the ERJ145 seats 50 passengers. The ERJ145 was designed for a perceived new marketing for regional jet aircraft, where the increased speed, comfort and passenger appeal would outweigh the inherent fuel economy of the turboprop aircraft which were in service and in development.

 

E170/175 and E190/195

The Embraer E170 and E190 series are entrants into the top end of the regional jet airliner market, with seating capacities spanning from 70 to 108. As of 2017, the E170 is largely out of production and directly competes with the Bombardier CRJ700 and loosely with the turboprop Bombardier Q400. The E175 is a slightly stretched version of the E170 as it typically seats around 78 passengers. The E190/195 models are a larger stretch of the E170/175 models and can carry up to 100 passengers in a two-class configuration.

 

ATR42 and ATR72

ATR42 (-500, -600) and ATR72 (-200, -500, -600). ATR has received orders for 974 aircraft (ATR42, 419; ATR72, 555). The ATR aircraft are in service with 126 operators in 74 countries. All ATR are powered by two Pratt & Whitney Canada PWC 100 Series engines.

 

Regional One has dismantled 5 ATR42 and 1 ATR72-500 aircraft for parts and has one of the world's largest spares inventory to support the ATR family of aircraft. Furthermore, Regional One has a number of ATR42 aircraft on lease and is expanding our fleet of ATR aircraft.

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