CRJ1000 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.
On 19 February 2007, Bombardier launched the development of the CRJ1000, previously designated CRJ900X, as a stretched CRJ900, with up to 100 seats. The CRJ1000 completed its first production flight on 28 July 2009 in Montreal; the entry into service was planned then for the first quarter of 2010. As of March 2014 a total of 70 aircraft had been delivered to airlines while there are 36 unfilled orders.