Posts Tagged “Superjet”

Iran helicopter moves

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Iran helicopter moves






Russia’s Rostec announced that Russian Helicopters is part of a deal between Rostec and Industrial Development and Renovation Organization (IDRO) of Iran.  The deal announced is a cooperation in setting up a joint venture for assembling light civil helicopters manufactured in Russia which may take place in Iran. The MoU was signed by CEO of Russian Helicopters Andrey Boginsky and Chairman of…

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Premium #314 – US regional fleet options with 2016 scope in force

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Premium #314 – US regional fleet options with 2016 scope in force






The influence of the US scope clause on the regional jet OEMs is significant.¬† The following chart illustrates how the sheer size of the US regional market dominates. ¬† Any regional jet OEM seeking high production volumes must ensure the aircraft offered can operate within the US market. Welcome to AirInsight¬†Premium content. This page is…

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Interjet resumes Sukhoi Superjet 100 operations

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Sukhoi civil Aircraft produced this PR today: Sukhoi Civil Aircraft (SCA) has completed repair work on six  (of 11) Sukhoi Superjet 100 (SSJ100) for Interjet airline. Technical teams from SCA were sent to Mexico as part of SCA’s after-sales support service for Interjet’s Sukhoi Superject 100. Thanks to the work done by SCA and Interjet specialists, all six aircraft…

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Sukhoi Superjet 100 Fleet Inspection Completed

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Superjet provided the following message today: “Moscow, 27 December 2016 – JSC “Sukhoi Civil Aircraft”(SCA), together with operators, have completed the Sukhoi Superjet 100 fleet inspection. Aircraft which have successfully passed the inspection have resumed flights. The reason for the inspection was the previously detected defect in the stabilizer attachment bands on one aircraft. As of today, all aircraft have now undergone the inspection, performed by SCA jointly with the airlines operating this type.  Following the results of the inspection, the defect is not of a systemic nature and can be eliminated within a few days. Examination has confirmed that the issue is not a…

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The regional jet business and the impact of US scope clauses

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The regional jet business and the impact of US scope clauses






The US scope clauses are seen by many as a market aberration.  After all, commercial logic demands that new technologies are quickly deployed. It happens like that in every industry, right? Not in the airline business, and especially not in the US airline business.  In the US, pilots have seen their jobs degraded with every…

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EASA Validates Sukhoi Superjet LR

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EASA Validates Sukhoi Superjet LR






JSC “Sukhoi Civil Aircraft” reported today that it obtained EASA approval of Sukhoi Superjet 100 Long Range (SSJ100LR). The certificate enables Sukhoi Superjet 100 deliveries to the foreign customers with the range increased by 50% comparing to the basic version (SSJ100 Basic). The new range for the aircraft rises from 3,048km (1,645 NM) to 4,578km…

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