CRJ900 is built near to scale based on actual dimensions. It comes with all the textures and materials. There are many animateable features such as turbines, landing gear, landing gear doors, ailerons, inboard flaps, and outboard flaps. It is provided in several different formats for a wide range of uses.
The CRJ900 is a stretched 76–90 seat version of the CRJ700. The airplane is loosely based on the CRJ200 series with a few major improvements. Seat configurations change the number of seats used in each of the different airlines who fly the CRJ900 airliners. In 2007, Bombardier launched the CRJ900 NextGen to replace the initial version. It is built in Canada by Bombardier and used by airlines all over the world.