Magnificent Bombardier CRJ-200 finally landed for Saurya Airlines (PHOTO FEATURE)

Posted on by Anurup Pathak
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Photo: Nose View Bombardier CRJ 200 Saurya Airlines

Magnificent Bombardier CRJ-200 finally landed for Saurya Airlines (PHOTO FEATURE)

March 12, 2017-KATHMANDU

The additional Bombardier CRJ-200 scheduled to arrive today at Tribhuvan International Airport finally touched down at 4:45 pm local time. The aircraft flew from Arizona, USA and landed at Kathmandu making transit at Portsmouth, Iceland, Canada and Azerbaijan and it was in command of foreign pilots. Saurya Airlines is delighted to own another vibrant jet aircraft and become a competent airline industry in Nepal.

There was a warm welcome ceremony conducted to the Bombardier CRJ-200 at TIA under the presence of Company’s Director, Manager, Engineers, Staffs, CAAN authorities and Media personnel. The aircraft has arrived with a plain white livery. According to the officials, they will be changing the livery soon. The registration number for the jet is allocated as “9N-AME”.

The airlines bought the aircraft with a cost of 1 Billion. The addition of the new jet aircraft now makes Saurya Airlines a proud owner of 2 Bombardier CRJ-200 jet aircraft. According to the officials, the new aircraft is added to continue quality air service with optimum performance in domestic flight operations.

Currently, the airline is operating through CRJ-200 with registration number “9N-ALE” and conducting flights to Nepalgunj, Biratnagar and Bhadrapur. The addition of another aircraft will boost the service and flight operations.  The company will be adding new destinations namely Dhangadhi and Bhairahawa and will also be enhancing flight safety hence, satisfying passengers with pleasant and safe flights.

 The addition of CRJ-200 has uplifted the profile of the airlines to a new level. This is a huge achievement for the airlines and is also a massive source of encouragement and competition to boom the aviation industry in Nepal.

About CRJ-200

The Bombardier CRJ200 is a family of regional airliners manufactured by Bombardier, and based on the Canadair Challenger business jet. These regional jet models were formerly known as the Canadair CRJ200.

General characteristics

  • Crew: 2 pilots
  • Capacity: 50 passengers
  • Max Payload weight: 6,124 kg (13,500 lb)
  • Length: 26.77 m (87 ft 10 in)
  • Wingspan: 21.21 m (69 ft 7 in)
  • Height: 6.22 m (20 ft 5 in)
  • Wing area: 48.35 m2 (520.4 sq ft)
  • Max Takeoff weight: 24,041 kg (53,000 lb)
  • Max Zero Fuel weight: 19,958 kg (44,000 lb)
  • Power plant: 2 × GE CF34-3B1
  • Takeoff Thrust: 2 × 38.83kN (8,729 lbf)
  • Takeoff Thrust: 2 × 41.01 Kn (9,220 lbf)
  • Normal Cruising Speed: Mach .74 (785 km/h, 488 mph, 424 knots)
  • Maximum Cruising Speed: Mach .81 (859 km/h, 534 mph, 464 knots)
  • Service ceiling: 12,496 m (41,000 ft)

PHOTO FEATURE:-

 

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Photo: Follow Me Vehicle being followed by additional CRJ-200 Saurya Airlines

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Photo: Saurya Airlines ‘9N-AME’ Taxing towards the East Helipad TIA, Nepal

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Photo: Saurya Airlines Bombardier CRJ-200 at East Helipad TIA, Nepal

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Photo: Additional 50 Seater CRJ-200 “Saurya Airlines” ‘9N-AME’

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Photo: Saurya Airlines officials at TIA, Nepal

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Photo: Bombardier CRJ 200 Flight Controls – SmartCockpit Saurya Airlines ‘9N-AME’

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Photo: Saurya Airlines Crew with Foreign Captains.

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Photo: Saurya Airlines Bombardier CRJ-200 at East Helipad TIA, Nepal

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Photo: Saurya Airlines officials at TIA, Nepal

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Photo: Saurya Airlines Team Welcoming the Foreign Captains.

 

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2 Comments so far. Feel free to join this conversation.

  1. Peter Hillman Mar 12, 2017 at 10:35 pm -

    Hi Anurup
    I expect you can guess the inevitable question – do you know its serial number? I like the colour scheme – what we English enthusiasts call “Polar bear colours” – all white!!
    Best regards
    Peter