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CR6/What Type Of Aircraft

Fri Dec 23, 2005 9:07 am

I was looking at a time table for an airport in Oregon and it was listing all the flights for that day, both in and out of the airport. It listed several flights as utilizing a "CR6" but it did not elaborate as to what type equipment it was. I assume it is a CRJ but what model. The schedule also showed flights using Q200s and Q400s and I know what they are. The schedule showed flights using EMBs and CRJs. Are the EMBs actually EMB-120s and are the CRJs CRJ-200s? I did a search using CR6 and came up with no answer. The airport I am looking at is Eugene, Oregon. Thank you.

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RE: CR6/What Type Of Aircraft

Fri Dec 23, 2005 12:15 pm

United uses the CR6 designation for United Express fights operating CRJ-700s with the exPlus configuration with 6 first class seats. CRJ is just a generic and can be used for 100s, 200s, 700s, 705s and even 900s. It depends on the airline. I know America West operates CRJ-900s into Eugene. Skywest I think still operates CRJ-200s into EUG for DL Connection.

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RE: CR6/What Type Of Aircraft

Fri Dec 23, 2005 9:07 pm

UA6663 DENEUG 1125A 108P CR7*
UA6665 DENEUG 815P 958P CR7*

Both are ExPlus, as stated above.

Quoting Asqx (Reply 1):
Skywest I think still operates CRJ-200s into EUG for DL Connection.

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3955 SLCEUG 1130A 1225P CRJ
3939 SLCEUG 245P 340P CRJ
3937 SLCEUG 855P 951P CRJ
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RE: CR6/What Type Of Aircraft

Sat Dec 24, 2005 2:11 am

OO operates the 200s from both SFO and SLC on behalf of Delta and United. IN addition, they operate 120s from PDX, and CR7s (desig CR6s) from SFO, and DEN.
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RE: CR6/What Type Of Aircraft

Sat Dec 24, 2005 7:36 am

"CR6" must be an internal code, like how AA always used "S80" ("Super 80) for MD-80's, vs. the IATA code of M80. CR6 is not a valid IATA code:

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