There is a fascinating story out today about Mexico’s Interjet and their aircraft vendor. The near $40m in compensation from Sukhoi is a number that bears some consideration – it is roughly 1.6 times the value of one aircraft. That means it is a...
Please start with this story. This is rather alarming news. We did a quick search on FlightRadar24 to see what might be flying as Cubana. The results are sobering. There is one flight and it’s not even their aircraft. Who knew the 737-200 could manage...
SCAC (Sukhoi Civil Aircraft Company) announced they are planning on a 75-seat “shrink” version of their SuperJet. The current SSJ100 seats 98-103. The new aircraft will be upgraded in several areas, including engines, avionics, and aerodynamics. The image below...
Superjet International provided us with information on the forthcoming winglets for the SSJ. These winglets are being called “Saberlets”. Today a Sukhoi Superjet 100 performed its first flight with the saberlets at Zhukovsky. The saber-like...
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...
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