It has not been a good year for Superjet. First, it was the news from Mexico, where Interjet is having challenges with the SSJ. Then Adria canceled its Superjet order, after signing for the aircraft only a few months earlier. Even an easy customer, Iran, has seen...
In a potentially disruptive move, two European regional airlines are joining forces. The combined fleet has critical mass. This will drive down costs and allow for aggressive pricing on wet leases. It also opens questions about regional jet OEMs. These two airlines...
In a press release out today, Superjet International announced: “Since the beginning of July 2017 Sukhoi Superjet 100 has successfully performed flights to one of the oldest airports of Northern Europe – Bromma (Sweden). It has relatively short runway of 1660 m...
This week saw two announcements that seem confusing. First came Bombardier’s news about the Cityjet CRJ900 order being firmed up. The came Falko’s announcement about its CRJ900 deal with SAS. The first announcement was that Bombardier firmed its purchase...
Sukhoi Civil Aircraft announced that, at the request of CityJet, the SSJ can now operate from runways that are only 30m wide. This new EASA allowance enables the airline to deploy the aircraft in a number of important airports, most crucially, London City. SuperJet...
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