Every trip comes to an end after spending time with my uncle and aunt in North Carolina and Richmond, Virginia, I undertook my voyage home. The first leg consisted of flying American Eagle from Wilmington International Airport (ILM) to Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA).
Airline: American Eagle
Operated by PSA Airlines
Airplane: Bombardier CRJ-200ER
Like with the flight from LaGuardia Airport to Wilmington and its Embraer ERJ-140LR, the Bombardier (ex-Canadair) CRJ-200 has two engines at the back.
The cabin has a 2+2 configuration and is small. You must give your carry-on bag to be put downstairs.
The seat is okay, legroom fine and there is no entertainment. But in this short flight you again get a drink and a light snack. That was a Biscoff, known in Belgium as speculaas or speculoos (both are correct).
There’s nothing more to tell about the flight, except getting off. No jetway or stairs, but a ramp. That was a first for me.