Delta Connection CRJ900

Delta Connection CRJ900

Delta CRJ900 are operated by regional airlines for Delta under the Delta Connection brand. Expressjet (formerly Atlantic Southeast Airlines – ASA), Endeavor Air (formerly Pinnacle Airlines, company is now owned by Delta) and SkyWest Airlines operate the CRJ900 for Delta. All flights are marketed as Delta Connection CRJ900 flights operated by one of the regional carriers. Delta CRJ900 jets primary operate out of Delta's hubs in Salt Lake City, Minneapolis, Detroit and Atlanta. Los Angeles also is a base for some of the Delta CRJ900 flights currently operated by SkyWest.

On December 6, 2012 Delta Air Lines ordered 40 more CRJ900 NextGen jets from Bombardier. These Delta Air Lines Bombardier CRJ900 jets will be operated by Delta Connections carriers for Delta. (Updated 8/7/2013)

The Delta CRJ900 has a total of 76 seats in a three class configuration. There are 12 first class seats located at the front of the aircraft. After these seats there are 12 economy comfort seats and 52 economy class seats. The first class seats have a seat pitch of 37 inches, the economy comfort seats 34 inches of seat pitch and the economy seats have a seat pitch of 31 inches. Also Delta has installed Wifi access on most of their CRJ900 aircraft.

Below is a Delta CRJ900 seat map:

Delta CRJ900 Seat Map Photo

Delta CRJ900 Photo

Above Delta Bombardier CRJ900 page photo by redlegsfan212 on Flickr. Photo (only) released under a Creative Commons License.

A Delta CRJ900 is also called a Delta CRJ9, Delta CR9, Delta CL-600-2D24, Delta Canadair CL-600-2D24, Delta CRJ 900 or the Delta Canadair Regional Jet 900 due to the various names for the CRJ900 regional jet.