Regional jets (RJ) are a type of jet-powered regional airliner. RJs are small jetliners in the sub-100 seat category, with short range. They are usually single-aisled, using 1x1, 2x1 or 2x2 seating arrangements. Typical regionaljets have capacities of 30,50,70,90,100-110 seats. The great RJ revival involved 50-seaters replacing turboprop propliners of regional airlines.
The most prominent RJs are
New entrants into the market include:
Pre-renaissance models include:
The next class of jet airliner smaller than RJs are jetliner air taxis. The next class of jet airliner larger than RJs are narrowbodies.