Endeavor Air to add its first Bombardier CRJ700

Endeavor Air (Minneapolis/St. Paul) is planning to add its first Bombardier CRJ700 this quarter.

Previously the carrier announced in August 2017 the addition of 28 Bombardier CRJ900 aircraft, increasing the world’s largest fleet of the 76-seat aircraft to 109.

Endeavor will also acquire three Bombardier CRJ700 aircraft.

The airline also plans to draw down its 50-seat CRJ200 fleet by 16 aircraft, to 42 CRJ200s, for a total net gain of 15 aircraft once all aircraft have been inducted at Endeavor.

The three CRJ700s are coming from ExpressJet and will be operated for Delta.

Endeavor Air is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Delta Air Lines.

All photos by Endeavor Air.

Delta Connection-Endeavor aircraft slide show:

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2 thoughts on “Endeavor Air to add its first Bombardier CRJ700

  1. Daniel Gradwohl

    Bruce,

    Should the last line be 900?

    Thank you,

    Dan

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    Endeavor Air to add its first Bombardier CRJ700
    by Bruce Drum
    Endeavor Air (Minneapolis/St. Paul) is planning to add its first Bombardier CRJ700 this quarter.

    Previously the carrier announced in August 2017 the addition of 28 Bombardier CRJ900 aircraft, increasing the world’s largest fleet of the 76-seat aircraft to 109.

    Endeavor will also acquire three Bombardier CRJ700 aircraft.

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