Comac ARJ21

Hello. I found an aircraft that looks like an shortened MD-80(this in China). This would be interesting to have an Chinese develeped aircraft.


Credits to Jerry Zhong

33.46 m (109 ft 9 in) 36.35 m (119 ft 3 in)
Wingspan 27.28 m (89 ft 6 in)
Wing area 79.86 m2 (859.6 sq ft)
Wing sweepback 25 degrees
Height 8.44 m (27 ft 8 in)
Cabin width 3.14 m (10 ft 4 in)
Cabin height 2.03 m (6 ft 8 in)
Aisle width 48.3 cm (19.0 in)
Seat width 45.5 cm (17.9 in)
Typical empty weight 24,955 kg (55,016 lb) 26,270 kg (57,920 lb) STD
26,770 kg (59,020 lb) ER
Maximum take-off weight 40,500 kg (89,300 lb) STD
43,500 kg (95,900 lb) ER 43,616 kg (96,157 lb) STD
47,182 kg (104,019 lb) ER
Cargo capacity 20.14 m3 (711 cu ft) -
Take off run at Maximum takeoff weight 1,700 m (5,600 ft) STD
1,900 m (6,200 ft) ER 1,750 m (5,740 ft) STD
1,950 m (6,400 ft) ER
Service ceiling 11,900 m (39,000 ft)
Max. operating speed Mach 0.82 (870 km/h, 470 kn, 541 mph)
Normal cruise speed Mach 0.78 (828 km/h, 447 kn, 514 mph)
Range fully loaded 1,200 NM (2,200 km; 1,400 mi) STD
2,000 NM (3,700 km; 2,300 mi) ER 1,200 NM (2,200 km; 1,400 mi) STD
1,800 NM (3,300 km; 2,100 mi) ER
Maximum fuel load 10,386 kg (22,897 IB)

            Orders and delivery’s 
Type	Options	Rights	Deliveries

ARJ21-700 ARJ21-900 2015 2016 2017
September 2003 China Shanghai Airlines[46] 5
China Shandong Airlines[46] 10
China Shenzhen Financial Leasing[46] 20
March 2004 China Xiamen Airlines[47][48] 7
December 2007 China Henan Airlines[49][50] 100
December 2007 Laos Lao Airlines[51][52] 2
March 2008 United States GECAS[53] 5 20
China Joy Air[54] 50
January 2010 China Chengdu Airlines 30 1 1 1
May 2010 Indonesia Merkukh Enterprises[55] 9
November 11, 2014 Republic of the Congo Republic of Congo[56] 3
March 9, 2015 China ICBC Leasing[57] 30

Info:https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comac_ARJ21

Hi mate, can you add a photo and also vote for your own request?

All fixed, my stupid phone posted it when I was working on it.

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Ew, looks like they tried to put a CFM on the tail of a CRJ. Yuck.

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I agree that it looks weird, but I like the detail you’ve put into it! I’m limited in votes, but once one closes, I’ll give it to you!

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It looks like a mix of different aircrafts together… 737 cockpit, MD-80 body and T tail, CRJ wings, a320 engine and 777 rear. It looks “made in China”… LoL

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It looks like a DC-9 mated with an A320 and got its fathers body and mothers power plant.

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That looks like a CRJ200 to me.

It kinda is, but chinese.

Looks like a DC-9-10 that has extra suicide jump doors in front of the running engine.

MD-80 + 2*CFM - Part of the Fuselage + 777 Rear -------> Comac ARJ21

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