What's a CRJ? identifer

Shobra

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What is the identifier for a CRJ-200. for example a Piper archer is a PA-28-181? is it a CL-65 or CRJ2 ..... or something else
 

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If you're referring to the ATC identifier, then it is a CRJ2.
 

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Hmmm...

The back of my cert says "CL-65."
 

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As far as type ratings are concerned, yes, it is a CL-65 type.
 

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follow up Q? What do you record it as in your log book then?
 

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I log it as CL65-200. Would log the 70 as CL65-700.
 

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"I thought it was POS". That was funny.
 

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looks like I'm not the only one with this question. The Mx service manual states only CL-600. Anyone have a recent type ride what does your cert. say?
 

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If you see it on ATC's radar screen, it's actually called a "CARJ".
 

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aa73 said:
If you see it on ATC's radar screen, it's actually called a "CARJ".
Not anymore. Since there are so many versions of it now, it is seperated into CRJ1, CRJ2, CRJ7, etc...
 

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Shobra said:
looks like I'm not the only one with this question. The Mx service manual states only CL-600. Anyone have a recent type ride what does your cert. say?

It says....see also...."Mainline substitute....pilots willing to fly for 1/3 standard pay rate.....will certainly complain when they reach a major airline and are offered 55K/year as a Captain for the same route and/or equipment"
 

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Regional jets are gay. Regional jet pilots are gay. You're all whores. Don't worry about how to log your time because nobody gives a chit. You are the death of this industry. You all have Shiny Jet Syndrome. You are all PFT'ers. PFT sucks. You're all cheapening the industry. Regional jets are gay. You all have SJS. You're all whores. You are all the death of the industry. You all have Shiny Jet Syndrome. You're all gay. You're all whores. Everybody hates you. Crash and burn. Surffer. Die. Go to hell. Burn.
 
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NookyBooky said:
Regional jets are gay. Regional jet pilots are gay. You're all whores. Don't worry about how to log your time because nobody gives a chit. You are the death of this industry. You all have Shiny Jet Syndrome. You are all PFT'ers. PFT sucks. You're all cheapening the industry. Regional jets are gay. You all have SJS. You're all whores. You are all the death of the industry. You all have Shiny Jet Syndrome. You're all gay. You're all whores. Everybody hates you. Crash and burn. Surffer. Die. Go to hell. Burn.
So what do you fly?
 
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