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


DASH-8 -100, -200, -300 | Q400 | DASH-7 | CRJ-100, -200, -700, -900


EMB120, -110 | ERJ135, -145, -170, -190


ATR42 -300, -500 | ATR72-200, -500‚Äč


The Bombardier Canadair Regional Jet 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.


ERJ-170 and ERJ-190

The Embraer ERJ-170 and ERJ-190 series are all new entrants into the top end of the regional jet airliner market, with seating capacities spanning from 70 to 108. The 70 seat Embraer 170, which rolled out in Oct. 2001 first flew on February 19, 2002.



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.


ATR42 and ATR72

ATR42 (-300, -500) and ATR72 (-300, -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.



Bombardier Aerospace Dash 8 family of turboprop regional airliners include the 37-passenger Q100 and Q200, the 50 to 60-passenger Q300. and the 70 to 80-passenger stretched Q400. 1,034 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.



Envisioned by deHavilland as being an airliner for remote areas and also, as being an airplane able to meet lower noise restrictions which were proposed while the plane was being designed. It is a large aircraft for a STOL plane and is capable of carrying 50+ people. The Dash 7 featured four Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6A-50 turboprops engines which "blow" the main wing when producing power and enhance STOL performance. Regional One has dismantled 10 DASH 7 aircraft for parts and owns 5 leased aircraft.



A short to medium-range regional airliner and flown by operators worldwide. Three different length versions of the BAe 146 were built between 1983 and 1993: the series 100 with 70 to 84 seats; the 200 series with 85 to 100 seats; and the 300 series with 100 to 112 seats. The 146 provides versatile and low-noise operation for noise-sensitive approach and take-off paths, the capability of short steep approaches into city airports or onto difficult airfields with minimal ground facilities.


RJ70 and RJ80

In 1990 British Aerospace first offered the improved RJ70 and RJ80, both of which were based on the 146-100. The Avro RJ series are upgraded developments of the BAe-146 family and was built in three fuselage length variants, the RJ70, RJ85, and RJ100. RJ improvements over the 146 include more reliable and efficient FADEC equipped AlliedSignal (now Honeywell) LF-507 engines, new "Spaceliner" cabin interior, and a digital flight deck. Weight and drag savings were introduced in 1996.



The Brasilia has proved to be a popular, relatively high speed yet comparatively inexpensive to operate and purchase regional airliner. 


Design studies of the definitive EMB120 began in September 1979 and entry into service was in October 1985. Versions of the EMB120 include the initial production EMB120; the Reduced Takeoff weight EMB120RT; the Extended Range EMB120ER; the EMB120 Cargo freighter; mixed passenger/freight EMB120 Combi; and EMB120 Convertible. The EMB120ER Advanced incorporates a range of external and interior improvements. The fuselage of the EMB120 also forms the basis for the ERJ145 50 seat regional jet.


Fokker 100

Fokker's largest aircraft, the Fokker 100 is a 100 seat jet airliner based on the basic F-28 airframe, with the most important and obvious change being the stretched fuselage, increasing maximum seating to 122, compared with 85 in the F-28-4000 (on which the 100 is based). Other changes include more economical RollsRoyce Tay turbofan, Revised wing design with greater span and aerodynamic efficiency, redesigned cabin interior plus other systems and numerous equipment changes.

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