Mesaba CRJ-900 N903XJ

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    Ahh.. love flying in this aircraft.. very comfortable actually.. A big improvement over the standard CRJs. N903KJ arriving from the USA.. likely Detroit but possibly Minneapolis since it is an ER version.

    1. CX826827 / Martin Canada [deleted] 65 months ago | reply

      The new CRJ 900 or CRJ 1000 looks much more better!

    2. caribb 65 months ago | reply

      Martin C -- Canada - I haven't seen a CRJ-1000 yet but I've flown on this CRJ-900 and I must say it was a pretty comfortable plane inside.. a big improvement over the standard CRJ-200s.

    3. CX826827 / Martin Canada [deleted] 65 months ago | reply

      Really? I thought it depends on the airline's choice of what kind of seats they want to put in...

    4. caribb 65 months ago | reply

      Martin C -- Canada - It is but in Mesaba's case they chose comfortable ones plus the cabin itself was very bright and airy and the CRJ-900 has the -700 window placement which is 100% better than the old -200s being higher and physically bigger. The overall effect was a much more pleasing cabin.

    5. CX826827 / Martin Canada [deleted] 65 months ago | reply

      OHH really... I should start paying more attention on those next time...

    6. caribb 62 months ago | reply

      Wow nice! I haven't seen it flying around here yet.. should be in our skies up near Mirabel.

    7. Going Vertical Aviation Photography 62 months ago | reply

      It will be up there some I'm sure, but flies regularly out Wichita, where Bombardier's flight test center is located.

    8. caribb 62 months ago | reply

      Going Vertical Aviation Photography - Cool. It's one long pencil isn't it.

    9. cmnguyen_54 61 months ago | reply

      Indeed, you are quite right, the CRJ-700, CRJ-900 are much more comfortable, passenger-friendly than the standard CRJ-100/200. I have been in all of them, with different airlines and configurations and I agree that -700 and -900 are better Thanks for the -1000 photo.

    10. caribb 61 months ago | reply

      cmnguyen_54 - Bigger and better placed windows.. and I think the floor line is actually lowered by an inch or so making the cross section a bit narrower but giving us more head room. The overall effect is a bighter cabin and a sense of it being more spacious.

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