1/72 BPK plastic kit with the Bombardier CRJ-100 with decals for the models of Lufthansa, Lufthansa CityLine, Delta Connection Skywest and Comair.
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|Sort||Plastic and resin kit with PE|
|Motif||Regional jet / Business jet|
|Masking sheet - die-cut adhesive shapes.||Masking sheet - die-cut adhesive shapes.|
|Decals||Lufthansa | Lufthansa CityLine | Delta Connection SkyWest | Delta Connection Comair|
|Attention||Do not include paint or glue ( sold separately )|
|Content||Plastic kit | PE | Resin parts | Decals | Mask | instructions|
The Bombardier Canadair Regional Jet (CRJ) (originally the Canadair CL-600-2B19) is a regional airliner manufactured by Bombardier based on the Canadair Challenger business jet.
The aircraft was based on the Canadair Challenger design, which was purchased by Canadair from Bill Lear in 1976.
The wide fuselage of the Challenger which seats 2 passengers on each side of the aisle suggested early on to Canadair officials that it would be straightforward to stretch the aircraft to accomomodate more seats, and there was a plan for a Challenger 610E, which would have had seating for 24 passengers. That lengthening did not occur, the effort being canceled in 1981, but the idea did not disappear.
In 1987, studies began for a much more ambitious stretched configuration, leading to the formal launch of the Canadair Regional Jet program in the spring of 1989. The "Canadair" name was retained despite the fact that Bombardier had bought out the company. The first of three development machines for the initial CRJ100 performed its first flight on 10 May 1991, though the first prototype (C-FCRJ) was lost in a spin mishap on July 26, 1993 near Wichita, Kansas. The type obtained certification in late 1992, with initial delivery to customers late in that year.
The CL-600 design was stretched 5.92 meters (19 feet 5 inches) to create the CRJ100, with fuselage plugs fore and aft of the wing, two more emergency exit doors, plus a reinforced and modified wing. Typical seating was 50 passengers, the maximum load being 52 passengers. The CRJ100 featured a Collins ProLine 4 avionics suite, Collins weather radar, GE CF34-3A1 turbofans with 41.0 kN (4,180 kgp / 9,220 lbf), new wings with extended span, more fuel capacity, and improved landing gear to handle the higher weights. It was followed by the CRJ100 ER subvariant with 20% more range, and the CRJ100 LR subvariant with 40% more range than the standard CRJ100. The CRJ 100 SE sub-variant was produced to more closely meet the needs of corporate and executive operators.
This is a 1/72 BPK plastic kit with the Bombardier CRJ-100 with decals for the models of Lufthansa, Lufthansa CityLine, Delta Connection Skywest and Comair.
The kit contains injection molded plastic parts, resin parts, photo etched detals, 4 color schemes and masks for window and windscreen. The model was developed using 3D CAD technology. Paint and glue are not included. Recommended for experienced model over 14 years of age.
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