Bombardier (Regional) CRJ1000

The Bombardier CRJ100 and CRJ200, formerly known as Canadair Regional Jets, constitute a family of regional twin-jet airliners developed and produced by Bombardier Aerospace. The genesis of the series traces back to the CRJ100, rooted in the Challenger CL-600-derived 610E design project. Initially conceived as a 36-seat jet airliner, the project faced discontinuation in 1981. However, with Bombardier’s acquisition of Canadair in 1986, the plans were resurrected. Recognizing the escalating demand for such aircraft, Bombardier initiated the development of the CRJ100. Extending the fuselage of the existing CL-600, the aircraft featured reinforced wings and aerodynamic enhancements, including a redesigned landing gear. The CRJ100 was powered by a pair of General Electric CF34-3A1 turbofan engines.

Red Box is delighted to present a comprehensive selection of ground power equipment tailored for the Bombardier CRJ100 aircraft. Our offerings encompass tugs, ground power units, start power units and more, meticulously designed to meet the specific requirements of the Bombardier CRJ100.

This assortment includes the 850FBO tug, and the RBC8045 GPU Frequency Converter.

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