Bombardier (Regional) CRJ200

The Bombardier CRJ100 and CRJ200, formerly known as Canadair, belong to a family of regional twin-jet airliners developed and produced by Bombardier Aerospace. The initial CRJ100 model originated from the Challenger CL-600 610E design project, initially intended as a 36-seat jet airliner but never reaching production. Despite the project’s termination in 1981, Bombardier revived the plans after acquiring Canadair in 1986. Recognizing a growing demand for such aircraft, Bombardier proceeded with the development of the CRJ100 and later the CRJ200.

Both aircraft featured an extended fuselage based on the existing CL-600, equipped with reinforced wings and aerodynamic improvements, including a redesigned landing gear. The CRJ200 incorporated more advanced CF34-3B1 engines.

Red Box is delighted to present a comprehensive range of ground power equipment tailored for these aircraft, encompassing tugs, ground power units, start power units and more. These offerings perfectly align with the requirements of the Bombardier CRJ200 aircraft. Notable products in our lineup include the 850FBO tug and the RBC8045 GPU Frequency Converter.

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