Bombardier CRJ900 Landing Gear

The Bombardier CRJ900 landing gear is in a tricycle configuration with two main landing gears located in the mid section and one nose wheel landing gear. The CRJ900 landing gear is built by Goodrich, which is now apart of United Technologies in a division called UTC Aerospace Systems. Previously the landing gear was developed by Menasco Aerospace (Coltec Industries owned), which merged with Goodrich in 1999.

Héroux-Devtek also lists that they are the OEM design and and component manufacturer for the CRJ landing gear. Currently it is unclear if they are providing landing gear components for the CRJ900.

The Bombardier CRJ900 Landing Gear is also called Bombardier CRJ9 Landing Gear, Bombardier CR9 Landing Gear, Bombardier CL-600-2D24 Landing Gear, Canadair CL-600-2D24 Landing Gear or the Canadair Regional Jet 900 Landing Gear due to the various names for the CRJ900 jet.

Bombardier CRJ900 Landing Gear Page Photo

Above Bombardier CRJ900 Landing Gear Page photo (a Delta Connection CRJ900 Landing at Salt Lake City International Airport ICAO: KSLC) by redlegsfan21 on Flickr. Photo (only) released under a Creative Commons License.