Bombardier CRJ900NG aircraft feature advanced lightweight composite materials and slimline seats which result in an increase of one inch in legroom. At the same time, its dish-shaped side wall makes passengers in the cabin able to enjoy the natural landscape to the utmost. In addition, the CRJ900NG aircraft boast a lower environmental impact than others in its class since they have achieved the best level in both fuel consumption and greenhouse gas emissions. They also show a salient advantage in low noise.
The Airbus A320 family boasts the widest fuselage among the single-aisle aircraft and the most comfortable cabin in its class. The standard seat in its economy class is 18 inches wide, making passengers feel most comfortable. At the same time, this series of aircraft has optimized the cabin space and expanded the overhead luggage compartment. In addition, it adopts RNP-AR technology to reduce noises and fuel consumption and dramatically weaken the impact of adverse weather on flight.