Remaining Jazz CRJ100/200 routes?

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Remaining Jazz CRJ100/200 routes?

#1 Post by undashflyer » Thu Nov 30, 2017 7:49 am

Hi there,

I am just curious as to which routes (system-wide) the JAZZ CRJ 100/200's operate on. The TC site has 13 of the -100's registered but can only assume that that doesn't mean all of them are still flying.

I've also tried to do a decent search of the forum and also AC's site but not too much luck :)

Many thanks in advance!
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Re: Remaining Jazz CRJ100/200 routes?

#2 Post by rudder » Thu Nov 30, 2017 9:27 am

Current fleet and route map.

http://www.flyjazz.ca/en/home/default.aspx
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Re: Remaining Jazz CRJ100/200 routes?

#3 Post by undashflyer » Thu Nov 30, 2017 9:53 am

Thank you Rudder for your quick response, however, it does not answer my question.

The route map does not provide aircraft assignment information for the routes shown.
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Re: Remaining Jazz CRJ100/200 routes?

#4 Post by rudder » Thu Nov 30, 2017 11:00 am

Actually, it does answer your questions.

Firstly, the fleet summary clarifies that Jazz currently operates a fleet of 10 CRJ200’s and no CRJ100’s.This information is also readily available on the fleet summary page on aircanada.com

Beyond that, the Jazz destination map shows stations served by Jazz. Perhaps the only info missing is that Jazz only operates CRJ200’s out of YOW/YUL/YHZ. Therefore, if you go to aircanada.com and enter city pairings under the route menu, you will be shown the Express operator by name and equipment.

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Re: Remaining Jazz CRJ100/200 routes?

#5 Post by goleafsgo » Fri Dec 01, 2017 9:05 am

I've flown on one YQM-YUL in the summer. They also do a lot of US flying out of YUL (or did in the summer). Pretty sure YOW/YHZ-BOS are on the baby RJ too
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Re: Remaining Jazz CRJ100/200 routes?

#6 Post by HansDietrich » Thu Dec 07, 2017 6:22 pm

You can get a good idea by using Flight Radar 24. Click on an aircraft that Jazz flies (Say the CRJ200) and see its history. You'll see that from YUL it goes to airport so and so, etc etc.
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Re: Remaining Jazz CRJ100/200 routes?

#7 Post by Speedalive » Fri Dec 08, 2017 2:59 pm

YHZ-YQX
YHZ-YDF
YHZ-BOS
YOW-BOS
YOW-DCA
YOW-YQM
YOW-EWR
YOW-YUL
YUL-PHL
YUL-IAD
YUL-BOS
YUL-YHM
YUL-YQM
YUL-DCA

Could have missed some
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