The Sukhoi Superjet, like most commercial aircraft, will now have a business jet version for those seeking a large cabin aircraft. The Superjet 100, with 5 abreast seating in airline configuration, provides a cabin that is quite spacious, and while not the equal of...
Just when everyone thought it was safe for Russia to sell its modern, western equipped and competitive aircraft globally, another Russian aircraft crash has sent shudders through the world market about Russian aircraft safety. The key question is whether this will be...
Irkut’s MS-21 gained 78 orders at the MAKS Moscow Air Show from two leasing companies, Ilyushin Finance, which ordered 28 MS-21-300, with options for an additional 22, and Aviacapital-Service for 35 MS-21-300 and 15 MS-21-200 models. The MS-21 will be equipped with...
Russian airline Gazpromavia ordered 10 Sukhoi Superjet 100 aircraft for its regional routes in Russia, and announced the order at the MAKS Moscow Air Show. The order is worth $323 million at list prices. Vladimir Prisyazhnyuk, President of Sukhoi Civil Aircraft,...
News out today from Russia is that IAC AR, the Russian certification authority granted Type Certification to Sukhoi’s Superjet 100. The certificate is a result of an a certification campaign performed by IAC AR, Certification Centers, Sukhoi Civil Aircraft as...
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