sk736
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Where Can I Get An Air Nostrum CRJ900?

Thu Aug 16, 2007 5:57 pm

Can anyone tell me on which routes I am most likely to get on an Air Nostrum CRJ900.
 
upperdeckfan
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RE: Where Can I Get An Air Nostrum CRJ900?

Thu Aug 16, 2007 6:31 pm

VLC-MAD-VLC have several CRJ9 a day, you can search at amadeus.net or IB website
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RE: Where Can I Get An Air Nostrum CRJ900?

Thu Aug 16, 2007 8:10 pm

I searched Air Nostrums/Iberia's website for hours to organize my trip and also fly on a CRJ-900, read Spain With Lagunair, Air Nostrum, Click, Vueling (by MEA-707 Jul 31 2007 in Trip Reports)
The CRJ-900 is being used mainly on domestic flights I discovered.
Typical routes are between the bigger Spanish cities, especially non Madrid
Valencia-Sevilla, Valencia-Ibiza, some mainland to Canaries etc. out of my head.
Indeed just take an hour or two and try all possible citypairs. First open the routemap of Airnostrum on www.airnostrum.com so you know where they fly anyway, so you won't have to check the millions of Iberia/Click routes, and then check the types and prices on www.iberia.com
nobody has ever died from hard work, but why take the risk?
 
sk736
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RE: Where Can I Get An Air Nostrum CRJ900?

Thu Aug 16, 2007 8:48 pm

Great - thanks guys, that's really helpful.
 
GatoVolador
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RE: Where Can I Get An Air Nostrum CRJ900?

Sun Aug 19, 2007 5:30 am

Do you want to fly in a CR9? Are you sure? Remember that the CR9 is the only aircraft of Air Nostrum with two classes. This means that if you pay economy you'll fly economy (and not "regional business class"), meaning that you'll only get a beverage (in a plastic glass) and nuts regardless of the route and of the hour of departure. (Otherwise breakfasts are served, and in the international routes you can also have "appetizers", "dinners", etc. etc.)

The CR9 operates, among others, some of frequencies of the following routes:

Seville-Valencia
Seville-Bilbao
Bilbao-Valencia
Madrid-Almería
Madrid-Murcia
Madrid-Pamplona
Madrid-San Sebastián
Madrid-Santander
Madrid-Naples

... just to name a few.

I'd say the CR9 covers a quite extense international network. Marseille, Nice, Lyon, Catania, etc. etc. flights usually have the CR9 visit.
 
CRJ900
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RE: Where Can I Get An Air Nostrum CRJ900?

Mon Aug 20, 2007 5:04 am

Quoting GatoVolador (Reply 4):
Remember that the CR9 is the only aircraft of Air Nostrum with two classes. This means that if you pay economy you'll fly economy (and not "regional business class"), meaning that you'll only get a beverage (in a plastic glass) and nuts regardless of the route and of the hour of departure.

What a pity, they should have the time to serve all pax on two-three-hour flights at least...? Adding a third FA is not an option?
Come, fly the prevailing winds with me
 
sk736
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RE: Where Can I Get An Air Nostrum CRJ900?

Mon Aug 20, 2007 6:03 pm

Quoting GatoVolador (Reply 4):
Do you want to fly in a CR9?

Yes, I'm not too concerned about the service, I just want a flight in a CR9!

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