The first flight in a CRJ 700

I thought I’d share this video with everyone; Particularly who like the CRJ’s (including me! ;) )


It basically shows the duties performed by ground crews, pilots, etc. in getting the first flight of the day departed and to it’s destination, in this case, it’s an Expressjet CRJ 700. Tell me what you think! ;)

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Love this video I rewatch it all the time. ( I know that’s sad)

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Hey, I do the same thing, especially this vid!

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It’s cool that the copilot is a women. You don’t see that much.

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Yea, I’ve noticed regional airlines have more women pilots overall. I was listening to HPN yesterday and there was a woman JBU pilot flying an E190 in, that was pretty cool.

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Aren’t the B6 E190s operated as mainline by B6 themselves due to seat capacity clauses?

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No, I believe the A320’s are, than E190’s. The buses have better fuel range and seating capacity ;)

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What I think: This still needs to be added to Infinite Flight.

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I know! The CRJ’s are so cool-looking!

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Very nice man! I’d love to be ground crew at an airport one day.

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Who knows, maybe I’ll see you one day from the cockpit!

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Wikipedia is telling me (never trust Wikipedia but I can’t find a better source) that B6’s E190s are mainline, and airfleets.com puts them under mainline as well (compared to how say N8972E is put under Endeavor Air instead of Delta Connection). I know that AA has to have their E190s under mainline though…

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You may be correct. I’ve just heard airbus was mainline

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