How many seats on American Airlines CRJ-900?

76 passengers
The Bombardier CRJ-900 next-gen plane is American’s newer regional jet. It carries 76 passengers in a two cabin configuration — 12 in first and 64 in economy.

How many seats does a Delta CRJ-900 have?

Seat Specifications

ACCOMMODATION (70 SEATS) 12 Seats 20 Seats
SEAT WIDTH/PITCH 19.6 in/37 in 50 cm/94 cm 17.3 in/34 in 44 cm/86 cm
CHILD SEAT FIT GUIDE Aircraft seat width min-max 19.6 in 50 cm 17.3 in 44 cm
UNDERSEAT DIMENSIONS (depth x width x height) 19.5 in x 17.5 in x 13 in 19.5 in x 17.5 in x 13 in

Is the CRJ900 comfortable?

Comfort+ and Main Cabin on a Delta Connection CRJ900 On the CRJ900s, Delta has installed Comfort+ seats in a 2-2 configuration. These seats have a few more inches of legroom compared to economy class seats. The CRJ900s have 20 Comfort+ seats. This is a fantastic number of extra legroom seats onboard this aircraft.

Is the CRJ 900 a good plane?

There are not a lot of frequent fliers who absolutely love flying the Bombardier CRJ900. But, if you have to fly a regional jet, the CRJ900 is a great choice. The CRJ900s are definitely better than the CRJ200s! With fantastic ratios, frequent fliers have some great shots at upgrades.

What kind of plane is CRJ?

regional jets
The Bombardier CRJ or CRJ Series (for Canadair Regional Jet) is a family of regional jets introduced in 1991 by Bombardier Aerospace.

What’s the difference between comfort and first class?

Delta Comfort+ vs First Class While Delta Comfort+ seats are closer to the first class cabin and they offer amenities that are better than those offered in coach, they cost much less than first class fares. The seating and amenities in Comfort+ are better than coach, but fall short of a first class experience.