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List of regional airliners

The following is a list of commercial short-haul civilian passenger "regional" airliners with significant build numbers. Regional airliners typically seat fewer than 100 passengers and fill the short-hop role in the hub and spoke model of passenger and cargo distribution as well as taking part in point-to-point transit.

Contents

  • Propeller airliners 1
    • Two-abreast cabin 1.1
    • Three-abreast cabin 1.2
    • Four-abreast cabin 1.3
  • Regional jets 2
    • Three-abreast cabin 2.1
    • Four-abreast cabin 2.2
    • Five-abreast cabin 2.3
  • Gallery 3
  • See also 4
  • References 5

Propeller airliners

Two-abreast cabin

Type Seats Period Built Country
De Havilland Dove 8-11 1946-1947 542 UK
De Havilland Heron 14-17 1950-1963 150 UK
Aero Commander 4-7 1951-1986 2000 USA
Mitsubishi MU-2 4-12 1963-1986 704 Japan
Britten-Norman Islander 9 1965–present 1280 UK
Beechcraft Model 99 15 1968-1986 700 USA
Fairchild Swearingen Metroliner 19 1968-2001 600+ USA
Britten-Norman Trislander 16 1970-1982 72 UK
GAF Nomad 12-16 1975–1985 172 Australia
Dornier Do 228 19 1981-1998, 2009–present 270 Germany
Beechcraft 1900, pressurized 19 1982-2002 695 USA
NAL Saras 14 2014-? 2 India

Three-abreast cabin

Type Seats Period Built Country
Saab 90 Scandia 24-32 1946-1954 18 Sweden
Aérospatiale N 262 23-29 1962-1976 110 France
Short SC.7 Skyvan 19 1963–1986 153 UK
De Havilland Canada DHC-6 Twin Otter 19 1965–1988, 2008–present 846 Canada
Embraer EMB 110 Bandeirante 18-21 1968–1990 500 Brazil
Handley Page Jetstream 16 1969-1993 66 UK
Let L-410 Turbolet 19 1971–present 1,138 Czechoslovakia
Short 330 30 1974–1992 125 UK
CASA C-212 Aviocar 26 1974–present 578 Spain
Antonov An-28 / PZL M28 18 1975-1993 / 1993-2006 191 / 39 Ukraine / Poland
BAe Jetstream 18 1980-1993 386 UK
Short 360 36-39 1981–1991 165 UK
Saab 340, pressurized 37 1983-1999 459 Sweden
Embraer EMB 120 Brasilia, pressurized 30 1983–2001 354 Brazil
Cessna 208 14 1984–present 2,000+ USA
Harbin Y-12 17 1985–present 105 China
BAe Jetstream 41, pressurized 29 1992–1997 100 UK
Dornier 328, pressurized 30 1992-2005 217 Germany
Saab 2000, pressurized 50-58 1994-1999 64 Sweden

Four-abreast cabin

Type Seats Period Built Country
Fokker F27 Friendship 48-56 1958-1987 586 Netherlands
Antonov An-24 52 1959-1979 1367 Ukraine
Handley Page Dart Herald 56 1959-1968 50 UK
Hawker Siddeley HS 748 40-58 1962-1988 380 UK
NAMC YS-11 64 1962–1974 182 Japan
IAI Arava 20-24 1972–1988 80 Israel
Ilyushin Il-114 52-64 1997–present 20 Russia
de Havilland Canada Dash 7 50 1975-1988 113 Canada
Bombardier Dash 8 and Q400 37-78 1983–present 1125 Canada
ATR 42 42-50 1984–present 429 France & Italy
Fokker 50 58 1987-1997 213 Netherlands
BAe ATP 64 1988-1996 64 UK
CASA/IPTN CN-235 44 1988–present 273 Spain & Indonesia
ATR 72 68-74 1989–present 678 France & Italy
Antonov An-140 52 1997–present 31 Ukraine
MA60 66 2000–present 80 China

Regional jets

Three-abreast cabin

Type Seats Period Built Country
Embraer ERJ 145 family 37-50 1989–present 890 Brazil
Fairchild-Dornier 328JET 32-34 1999-2005 111 Germany

Four-abreast cabin

Type Seats Period Built Country Notes
Yakovlev Yak-40 27-36 1967-1981 1011 Russia
VFW-Fokker 614 40-44 1975-1977 19 Germany
Bombardier CRJ100/200 50 1992-2000 1021 Canada
Bombardier CRJ700/900/1000 70-100 2001–present 647 Canada Midway Airlines (1993-2003) and Independence Air used the CRJ as part of their "mainline" equipment.
Embraer E-Jet family 70-108 2004–present 1100 Brazil Air Canada, Jetblue, and US Airways fly and staff their E-jet's as part of their mainline fleet.
Mitsubishi Regional Jet 78-92 development 2 Japan

Five-abreast cabin

Type Seats Period Built Country
Fokker F28 Fellowship 65-79 1967-1987 241 Netherlands
British Aerospace 146 82-112 1983-2001 387 UK
Fokker 100 97-107 1986-1997 283 Netherlands
Fokker 70 79 1994-1997 47 Netherlands
Antonov An-148 75-99 2009–present 30 Ukraine
Sukhoi Superjet 100 78-98 2011–present 92 Russia
Comac ARJ21 70-105 2013–present 6 China
Bombardier CSeries 110-160 2013–present 3 Canada

Gallery

Loganair Islander at Fair Isle
Let L410
Dash 8 of Air Southwest on landing
BMI Embraer ERJ 145
CRJ100 LR of Lufthansa CityLine
Lufthansa Avro RJ85 (Bae 146)
Sukhoi Superjet 100 in Campeche, Mexico

See also

References

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