View a seating chart for any of the three versions of the Bombardier CRJ-700 jet on Seat Guru's website. All three of the possible seating arrangements share nine first class seats, but differ in the number and placement of economy seats.Continue Reading
The first version of the Bombardier CRJ-700 jet provides passengers with 54 economy seats along with reclining benefits, while the second version offers 56 standard seats without extra reclining room. The third version features 58 standard seats without recline. The thin profile of this aircraft makes inner seating less desirable than window seating, since passengers seated on the interior may be bumped by travelers and flight attendants walking the aisles.
All versions of the Bombardier CRJ-700 feature seats with no recline at the very back of the aircraft's fuselage. This is also the location of the plane's lavatory, making these the least preferable seats on the plane. Additionally, the seats located just in front of the middle emergency exits do not recline, making them less desirable than the seats located directly behind, which offer more leg room for the same reason. Additionally, the seats located in the very front of the economy section, just behind first class seating, offer increased legroom but feature immovable armrests and lack under seat storage.Learn more about Airplanes & Helicopters