Bombardier CRJ1000 Fuel Burn - Fuel Consumption
An important factor in operating any aircraft is the amount of fuel the airplane uses to complete a trip. As with all aircraft, the Bombardier CRJ1000 Fuel Burn is dependent on many factors. These factors include payload, weather, fuel weight and more. Bombardier has mentioned the Bombardier CRJ1000 Fuel Consumption in some of their releases. According to press releases from the aircraft manufacturer the CRJ1000 Fuel Burn is "as low" as 3.33 liters per 100 kilometers per seat (100 seats) on a 500 nautical mile trip. This is equivalent to a CRJ1000 fuel consumption of 333 liters of Jet A fuel per 100 kilometers on a 500 nautical miles. In U.S measurements the Bombardier CRJ1000 NextGen fuel burn is about 88 US Gallons of Jet A for every 54 nautical miles on a 500 nautical mile trip. Using these numbers gives you a 1.63 Gallons per nautical mile CRJ1000 fuel burn. Bombardier also says in their publications that the CRJ1000 NextGen is one of the most economical aircraft to operate in its class.
These numbers are average numbers released by Bombardier. To calculate the exact Bombardier CRJ1000 fuel burn you will need to look at the official fuel burn numbers in the aircraft flight manual, directly from Bombardier or similar resources. As with all information on this site, refer to the official aircraft documents / manufacturer information for all CRJ1000 flight operations.
Also note these fuel burn numbers may be on the higher side of estimates and the CRJ1000 NextGen fuel burn can be less (.10 to .40 Gal/nm less).
The Bombardier CRJ1000 fuel burn is also called the Bombardier CRJ1000 NextGen fuel burn, Bombardier CL-600-2E25 fuel burn, Canadair CL-600-2E25 fuel burn, Bombardier CRJX fuel burn , Bombardier CRK fuel burn, Canadair Regional Jet 1000 fuel burn or the Bombardier CRJ 1000 fuel burn - fuel consumption / CRJ-1000 fuel burn - fuel consumption (with a space or a dash) due to the various names for the jet.