Low Operating Cost
The MRJ will achieve significantly lower operating costs than currently operating regional jets due to the reductions in fuel consumption, noise and emissions.
Advanced aerodynamics and weight reduction achieved through cutting-edge technology with the use of composite materials, and a newly developed fuel-efficient next-generation engine all contribute to an over 20reduction in fuel consumption compared with other regional jets currently in operation.
With these achievements, the MRJ contributes to enhanced airline competitiveness and profitability.
The MRJ will also contribute to the environment, as it will meet the latest noise regulation (ICAO chapter 4) and emission requirement (ICAO CAEP6), and will be able to meet future environmental standards.
The aircraft would be the most Quiet and clean regional jet in the class.
The MRJ will have enough range capability to cover any regional networks in the world.
The MRJ will be powered by the PurePower(TM) PW1000G Engined by Pratt & Whitney which delivers significant operating cost and environmental benefits through increased efficiency.
The engine's low-pressure system operated at high speeds for peak efficiency, while the fan operates at slower speeds for both optimum efficiency and significantly less noise. Better efficiency means fewer engine stages are required, reducing airfoil count, engine weight and operating cost.