Moscow, 15 December 2016 – JSC Sukhoi Civil Aircraft (SCAC), SuperJet International (SJI) and the Royal Thai Air Force (RTAF) signed a contract for the delivery of another Sukhoi Business Jet (SBJ). This aircraft represents the third SBJ, that will join the fleet of the Royal Air Force of Thailand in 2018.
The deal confirms the steady cooperation between SCAC and RTAF, that began in September 2014.
RTAF received two SBJ under the previous contract in July 2016. The previous SBJs for RTAF fleet have three areas: 4-seat VIP area, 6-seat business area, and standard area accommodating 50 passengers.
The third aircraft will be delivered in a two-cabin layout with common zone for VIP and business class and will have greater capacity – up to 73 passengers, including 4 VIP passengers. It will be equipped with the latest passenger comfort systems, including various types of communication and the Inflight-Entertainment multimedia system. Its operating range is more than 4500 km.
The SBJ, including the interior, is built and assembled at the production plant in Komsomolsk-on-Amur (Russia). SCAC will also provide the after-sales support on site in Thailand. Crews’ education and training will be held at SuperJet International’s training center in Venice. The aircraft is scheduled to be delivered in 2018.
To date, SCAC has delivered 111 aircraft to several customers in Russia, Central Europe, Central America and Southeast Asia. Eight of them are the aircraft in the business configuration (Sukhoi Business Jet) and jets with special purposes (air hospital for EMERCOM, for border aviation regiment).
GTLK AND SCAC SIGNED A FIRM CONTRACT FOR 32 SUKHOI SUPERJET 100
On 25 August 2015, as part of the International Aviation and Space Salon MAKS, State Transport Leasing Company (GTLK) and Sukhoi Civil Aircraft (a member of PJSC UAC) signed a firm contract for delivery of 32 Sukhoi Superjet 100 aircraft for their further handover to Russian regional airlines on operating lease terms.
Signing of such contract was announced by Russia’s President Vladimir Putin at MAKS 2015 Opening Ceremony.
On the part of GTLK the document was signed by Sergey Khramagin, its General Director; on behalf of SCAC it was signed by Ilya Tarasenko, its President.
As announced by Sergey Khramagin during the signing ceremony, “GTLK is well experienced in working with regional airlines and in structuring lease transactions pertaining to regional aircraft delivery. Our cooperation with SCAC will enable us to upgrade the fleet of regional air carriers, will contribute to the development of Russian aviation industry and will give a jump start to the process of import substitution in regional aviation segment”.
In his turn, Ilya Tarasenko noted as follows, “As of now the contract with GTLK constitutes the biggest order for Sukhoi Superjet 100 aircraft. Cooperation with GTLK opens up new opportunities for the project with respect to joint promotion of Sukhoi Superjet 100 in the market. I strongly believe that our cooperation will be efficient and that potential customers operating medium-haul flights will gain maximum advantages on attractive terms along with the newest jetliner SSJ100”.
Pursuant to the contract, the aircraft ordered will be delivered by SCAC to the leasing company from 2015 till late 2017. The contract also envisages an option for 28 additional SSJ100 aircraft.
At the signing ceremony the parties expressed their confidence that the contract between GTLK and SCAC would contribute to spur the demand for Sukhoi Superjet 100 owing to maximally attractive terms for potential leaseholders.
The project opens the door to replacement of the outdated foreign fleet with Sukhoi Superjet 100 aircraft of home manufacture. The project will be financed by way of a RUB 30 billion contribution to GTLK charter capital; however the leasing company will additionally be raising up to 30 billion non-budgetary funding throughout the whole delivery period.
The first aircraft under the contract between GTLK and SCA will be delivered to Russian air carrier Yamal. The respective agreement between GTLK and this airline was also signed at MAKS 2015.
On October 8,2014 Sukhoi Civil Aircraft Company and Red Wings airline signed a rental agreement for 3 Sukhoi Superjet 100.
The aircraft will be delivered by the end of 2014.
Red Wings plans to operate the SSJ100 from Moscow to Ufa, Makhachkala, Chelyabinsk, Sochi and Mineralnye Vody.
This agreement confirms that the SSJ100, with its regional jet’s flexibility, reduced operating costs and superior comfort, is the ideal complement for narrow-bodies operators.
Red Wings Airlines, established in 1999, is a Russian airline based in Moscow. It operates scheduled and charter flights in Russia and abroad. It is expected that its passenger traffic will reach about one million passengers by the end of this year.
ORDER FOR SIX SSJ100 WITH UTAIR AVIATION
27.08.2014 | Source: Superjet International
On the occasion of the International Aviation & Space Salon MAKS, Sukhoi Civil Aircraft Company (SCAC), UTair Aviation and VEB-Leasing signed a contract for 6 SSJ100 aircraft.
Based on the list price, the value of the order is $ 217,2 million. The first deliveries are expected in 2014.
The leasing contract was signed by the General Director of VEB-Leasing Vyacheslav Soloviev, by the First Deputy General Director of UTair Aviation Andrey Ilmensky and by the President of SCAC Andrey Kalinovsky.
UTair is planning to operate the SSJ100 on domestic routes in Western Siberia, Western areas of Russia and in Europe.
Training and after sales support will be provided by SuperJet International.
Delivery Contract for Six Sukhoi Superjet 100 Signed with UTair Aviation
A three-party delivery contract for six Sukhoi Superjet 100 aircraft was signed by Sukhoi Civil Aircraft Company (SCAC), UTair Aviation and VEB-Leasing at the International Aviation Space Salon MAKS. The delivery of the aircraft is scheduled for 2014.
Pursuant to the contract VEB-Leasing purchases from SCAC six Sukhoi Superjet 100 aircraft totaling $ 217.2 mln of the catalogue price for further delivery to UTair Aviation based on terms of financial leasing.
The document was signed by the Director General of VEB-Leasing – Mr Vyacheslav Soloviev, by the First Deputy Director General of UTair Aviation – Mr Andrey Ilmensky and by the President of SCAC – Mr Andrey Kalinovsky.
The contract represents the first implementation stage of the leasing contract signed earlier.
UTair Aviation makes the top-three Russian airlines keeping intensive development of its air fleet and extension of its route network.
UTair is planning to operate Sukhoi Superjet 100 both in domestic routes: Western Siberia and European part of Russia, and to Europe.
Pilots, cabin crew and technical staff to be trained in the Training Centre located in Zhukovsky (Moscow Region).
Aircraft maintenance to be provided by SCAC with support of SuperJet International and PowerJet.
United Aircraft Corporation (UAC) and Sberbank Leasing collaboration
Sukhoi Civil Aircraft Company and Ilyushin Finance Co (IFC) signed two firm contracts for the delivery of 20 Sukhoi Superjet 100 aircraft.
The first contract included five SSJ100 aircraft in the Long Range version with 103-seat configuration. The customer is still negotiated at the moment. First deliveries are expected at the end of 2015.
The second contract for customers in the South-East Asia and the Middle East region was executed for fifteen Sukhoi Superjet 100 aircraft in the Basic version. The first deliveries are expected in 2015 as well.
United Aircraft Corporation (UAC) and Sberbank Leasing collaboration
United Aircraft Corporation (UAC) and Sberbank Leasing signed a Letter of Intent based on a joint collaboration to promote the SSJ100 aircraft in Russia and in the international markets.
The joint venture will combine SCAC expertise in developing state-of-the-art aircraft with t
INTERJET ADDS 10 OPTIONS TO ITS FIRM ORDER OF 20 SUKHOI SUPERJET 100 AIRCRAFT
On the occasion of ALTA Airlines Leaders Forum, held in Panama City, SuperJet International – joint venture between Alenia Aermacchi and Sukhoi Holding – announced that the Mexican airline Interjet, first SSJ100 western customer, added 10 options to its current firm order for 20 SSJ100 aircraft.
Based on the aircraft list price, the total Interjet order has a potential value of over 1 billion dollars, including options.
The first “green“ Interjet SSJ100 landed at Venice Marco Polo airport (Italy) on October 6th 2012 for completion and customization at SuperJet International’s facility. The Company is currently developing the EASA STC, Supplemental Type Certification, for the interiors’ installation, which will be branded by Pininfarina Italian Style.
SJI plans to deliver the first Interjet SSJ100 in March 2013 with a consequent delivery-rate of one aircraft per month.
Originally Interjet signed a contract for the purchase of 15 SSJ100 aircraft with a configuration of 93 seats plus 5 options. During the last Farnborough Airshow Mr. Miguel Aleman Velasco, Chairman of Interjet announced the decision of the airline to convert its five options into firm orders, thus bringing to 20 the number of firm aircraft. Now the Customer extends the agreement covering the 10 additional options.
“This new agreement confirms the solid relationship we have established with Interjet since the signature of our deal and it proves the strong belief of the Customer in the SSJ100 product and services – states Nazario Cauceglia, Chief Executive Officer of SuperJet International – We are currently working in Venice to grant a first-class service and we are also confident that these 10 options will be soon converted into firm orders”.
The SSJ100 aircraft, developed and built by Sukhoi Civil Aircraft Company (SCAC), a Sukhoi and Alenia Aermacchi Company, is a technologically advanced regional aircraft which provides the maximum efficiency in the high altitude/high temperature typical of Mexico and fits with Interjet’s high operational and customer service standards.
In April 2012 the SSJ100 received the Mexican Certification confirming its compliance with the requirements of the Mexican Aviation Authority.
SuperJet International will be also in charge of training. By the end of November 2012 the first Full Flight Simulator (FFS) will arrive in Venice and it will be installed at the SJI Training Center to enable the Mexican carrier’s pilots to start training in January 2013.
The Sukhoi Superjet 100 is currently the most important industrial program between the Russian Federation and the rest of the world in the field of the civil aviation.
Transaero Airlines and Sukhoi Civil Aircraft signed a firm contract on delivery of six Sukhoi Superjet 100 aircraft
St Petersburg – In frame of the 16th Petersburg International Economic Forum JSC Sukhoi Civil Aircraft (SCAC) and Transaero Airlines, the second largest Russian carrier, signed a contract on six Sukhoi Superjet 100/95B aircraft with ten options. The firm order is valued at 212.4 million USD at list prices. The deal could reach 566.4 million USD if options are converted into firm orders.
The contract was signed by Transaero Airlines General Director Olga Pleshakova and President of the United Aircraft Corporation Mikhail Pogosyan on behalf of SCAC.
The SSJ100 aircraft for Transaero will feature a comfortable two-class 90-seat layout (8 in business class and 82 in economy class). Deliveries are scheduled to start in 2015 and continue through 2017.
“Transaero Airlines deems it to be its duty to back the country’s aircraft industry the success of which much depends on firm orders for the produced jetliners. The company made a decision to acquire the utmost modern Russian Sukhoi Superjet 100 aircraft which is competitive with the foreign jetliners of the type. Those SSJ100 aircraft after being added to our fleet will take part in realization of a very ambitious challenge which Russian civil aviation faces – the development of affordable regional air transportation”, said Transaero Airlines General Director Olga Pleshakova.
“Transaero Airlines is among the 50 largest air carriers in the world and ranks in the top five safest European airlines. Transaero’s selection marks the recognition of our product’s high quality and superior operating ability. I am convinced that the Sukhoi Superjet 100 will become an efficient tool that will be used by the airline in implementing its regional services development plan”, said Mikhail Pogosyan, President of the United Aircraft Corporation.
SJI: NEW SSJ100 ORDER FROM INTERJET. FIVE OPTIONS CONVERTED INTO FIRM
Five options converted into firm SuperJet International (SJI) – a joint venture between Alenia Aermacchi, a Finmeccanica Company, and Sukhoi Holding – announced today that its launch western customer Interjet has converted its five SukhoiSuperjet 100 (SSJ100) options into firm orders.
In January 2011 SuperJet International signed a contract with Interjet for the purchase of 15 SSJ100 plus 5 options. All SSJ100 aircraft will be in a 93 seat configuration, basic version. Based on the aircraft list price, the value of the 20 aircraft order is approximately 700 million USD.
Interjet’s first SSJ100 will arrive in Venice (Italy) at SuperJet International’s Headquarters in August 2012.The aircraft will be completed, customized and delivered by the end of the year at the SJI completion center in Venice. SJI is developing the EASA STC for the interiors’ installation, which will be marked by Pininfarina Italian Style.
“We are very proud of this result because it confirms the strong belief of Interjet in the SSJ100 productand services – states Nazario Cauceglia, Chief Executive Officer of SuperJet International – Interjet is our first western customer and is a high-efficiency airline with a growing network. SJI is working intensively to guarantee the maximum level of quality and services. We believe that this deal will provide boost to oursales in the western markets”.
“We are delighted to add five additional SSJ100 to our network – states Miguel Aleman Velasco, Chairman of Interjet – we are keenly aware of the competitive advantage of the SSJ100 in the 100 segment because of its outstanding characteristics in terms of quality, comfort and operational costs. We firmly believe that the SSJ100 is a technologically advanced aircraft which provides the maximum efficiency in the high altitude/high temperature typical of Mexico and fits with Interjet’s high standards”.
SJI also signed today a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to appoint Interjet Toluca’s facility as a“SJI Authorized Service Center” for the provisioning of base and line maintenance on the SSJ100. Therefore the Interjet Toluca facility will benefit from the support of SJI to provide in-house and third party SSJ100 operators with airframe maintenance.
This agreement is a further sign of the solid relationship Interjet and SJI have established since 2011 when the companies entered into a 10 years per-flight-hour based “SuperCare” Agreement to ensure the most qualified SSJ100 after-sales support.
In April 2012, the SSJ100 aircraft obtained Mexican Certification confirming its compliance with the requirements of the Mexican Aviation Authority.
The Sukhoi Superjet 100 program represents the most important industrial partnership between the Russian Federation and the rest of the world in the civil aviation sector.
VEB-Leasing gives UTair 24 SJJ100 on terms of financial leasing
Financial leasing agreement was signed at International Aviation and Space Salon “MAKS 2011” in Zhukovsky by JSC “VEB-Leasing”, subsidiary of State Corporation Bank for Development and Foreign Economic Affairs (Vnesheconombank), UTair airline and JSC “Sukhoi Civil Aircraft”.
The agreement was signed by Vladimir Dmitriev, Chairman of Vnesheconombank (by attorney), on the part of JSC “VEB-Leasing”, by Andrey Martirosov, UTair CEO, and by Mikhail Pogosyan, JSC “UAC” President, on the part of JSC “SCA” (by attorney). The ceremony was attended by Vladimir Putin, the Prime Minister of the Russian Federation.
According to the terms of the agreement JSC “VEB-Leasing” purchases 24 SSJ100 aircraft from JSC “SCA” and transfers them to UTair airline under conditions of long-term financial leasing.
Transaction totals 760.8 million USD (list price).
This will contribute to UTair fleet renewal, regional transportation development, and improve the quality level of transportation services.
SCAC RECEIVED A FIRM ORDER FOR 10 SSJ100 AIRCRAFT FOR GAZPROMAVIA
17.08.2011 | Source: Superjet International
At the International Aviation and Space Salon MAKS-2011 Sukhoi Civil Aircraft Company and «Gazprom komplekt» signed а contract for the purchase of 10 Sukhoi Superjet 100/95LR aircraft to upgrade the fleet of «Gazpromavia».
The order is valued at 323 million USD at list prices. The document was signed by Vladimir Prisyazhnyuk, President of JSC «Sukhoi Civil Aircraft» and first deputy CEO «Gazprom komplekt» Valery Kanyuka. The ceremony was attended by Vladimir Putin, the Prime Minister of the Russian Federation.
Under the document signed, deliveries are scheduled to begin in 2013.
«I’m very glad that one of the major Russian airline – Gazpromavia decided in favour of Sukhoi Superjet 100. I’m sure that our aircraft will show its operational efficiency on the regional rout network of the company; and both passengers and pilots will judge Sukhoi Superjet 100’s comfort on its merits that will be a guarantee of our effective cooperation in future», stated Vladimir Prisyazhnyuk.
Sukhoi Superjet 100 (RRJ-95) is a 100 seat regional jet designed, developed and built by Sukhoi Civil Aircraft Company (SCAC), in partnership with Alenia Aeronautica. On May 19th 2008 SSJ100 successfully accomplished its first flight. The Sukhoi Superjet 100 cruises at a Maximum Operating Speed of Mach 0.81 and 40.000 feet. It takes off from a 1.731 meters runway in the basic range and 2.052 meters in the long range.
The operating range for the basic version is 3.048 km and 4.578 km for the long range version. In February 2011, the SSJ100 obtained the Type Certificate by the Russian Certification Authority IAC AR. The EASA certification is expected to follow in 2011. On April 19th 2011 first production SSJ100 was delivered to Armavia airlines (Armenia).
SCAC SIGNS A CONTRACT ON SUPPLY OF 12 SSJ100 AIRCRAFT FOR PT SKY AVIATION
16.08.2011 | Source: Superjet International
At the International Aviation and Space Salon MAKS-2011 Sukhoi Civil Aircraft Company and Indonesian regional carrier PT Sky Aviation signed the contract for the purchase of 12 Sukhoi Superjet 100/95B aircraft.
Earlier at Le Bourget Airshow Sukhoi Civil Aircraft Company and PT Sky Aviation signed the Heads of Agreement (HOA).
The order is valued at 379.2 million USD at list prices. The document was signed by Vladimir Prisyazhnyuk, President of JSC «Sukhoi Civil Aircraft» and Krisman Tarigan, President Director Sky Aviation.
Under the document signed, deliveries are scheduled to begin in 2012.
«PT Sky Aviation is a new airline successfully developing upcoming rout network of the South East Asia market. No doubt that the operational capacity and superior performance of Sukhoi Superjet 100 will contribute to the dynamic development of the airline route network. And it will help SSJ100 to acquire confident position in the region», – noted Vladimir Prisyazhnyuk.
SJI SINGS AN ORDER WITH BLUE PANORAMA AIRLINES WORTH USD 370 MILLION
22.06.2011 | Source: Superjet International
SuperJet International – a joint venture between Alenia Aeronautica (a Finmeccanica Company) and Sukhoi Holding – signed an order today with the Italian Blue Panorama Airlines for the purchase of 12 Sukhoi Superjet 100 (SSJ100) aircraft. Based on the list price, the agreement has an estimated value of USD 370 million.
The deliveries of these SSJ100/95B aircraft will start at the end of 2012. The aircraft interiors will be provided by the Italian design group Pininfarina.
The Blue Panorama SSJ100 fleet will be also supported by SuperJet International with tailored after-sales solutions beginning with the first delivery.
The first Sukhoi Superjet 100 entered into revenue services with Armavia on April 21, 2011. The aircraft was put into operation in an extremely short period of time, two days after the official delivery to the launch customer on April, 19 2011. On June 16, 2011 the SSJ100 entered into commercial operation with the Russian airline Aeroflot from Moscow to St. Petersburg.
During the first two months of operation the SSJ100 totalized 119 flights and more than 268 hours. Owing to its economic efficiency and operational capabilities, the aircraft confirmed to be suitable both to regional and to short-haul routes.
SUPERJET INTERNATIONAL SIGNS CONTRACT WORTH USD 650 MILLION WITH MEXICAN INTERJET
January, 17,2011 – SuperJet International (SJI) – a joint venture between Alenia Aeronautica, a Finmeccanica Company, and Sukhoi Holding – signed a contract today with Mexico’s Interjet airline for the purchase of 15 long range Sukhoi Superjet 100 (SSJ100) aircraft in the 98 seat configuration, plus 5 options. Based on the list price, the value of the order is USD 650 million. The first deliveries are scheduled for the second half of 2012.
Along with the order, SuperJet International announced the execution of a “SuperCare” Agreement with Interjet to provide after-sales support of its fleet of new Sukhoi Superjet 100 aircraft for 10 years. The Interjet SSJ100 fleet will be supported by SJI with this tailored after-sales solution beginning with the aircraft’s entry into service. The “SuperCare” agreement is a comprehensive “per-flight-hour” program developed by SJI specifically for SSJ100 aircraft operators. This innovative lifecycle solution has been designed to maximize aircraft availability to operators and minimize their maintenance and associated administrative costs.
With this new milestone, the Sukhoi Superjet 100 has received 170 firm orders.
The Sukhoi Superjet 100 program represents the most important industrial partnership between the Russian Federation and the rest of the world in the civil aviation sector.
The Sukhoi Superjet 100 is currently the best choice in the 100-seat aircraft segment because of its outstanding characteristics in terms of quality, comfort and operational costs.
SUKHOI CIVIL AIRCRAFT CONPANY AND KARTIKA AIRLINES FINALIZE THE DEAL FOR 30 SUKHOI SUPERJET 100 AIRPLANES
19.07.2010 | Source: SCAC
Sukhoi Civil Aircraft Company (SCAC) and an Indonesian regional carrier Kartika Airlines have finalized an order for 30 SSJ100/95B aircraft. The deal is valued at 951mln. USD at current list prices.
The contract signed by the president of SCAC Vladimir Prishyazhnyuk and the CEO of Kartika Mr. Kim Johanes Mulia Jiauw confirms the earlier intention of Kartika to buy SSJ100 jetliners. The Heads of Agreement announced in Jakarta in December 2008 included 15 aircraft and 15 as an option. The document sealed today incorporates all 30 aircraft as a firm order with the delivery schedule planned for 2012-2015.
“Sukhoi Superjet 100 is a perfect tool to bridge the market gap on regional capacity as major Indonesian carriers are focused on large single aisle aircraft. With this new right-sized aircraft we can develop and serve more point-to-point destinations with obvious operational efficiency and unsurpassed comfort for passengers” - stated the CEO of Kartika Mr. Kim Johanes Mulia Jiauw.
“I welcome aboard our first South East Asia customer – Kartika Airlines. This deal is a new chapter in the Sukhoi Superjet 100 Program. It’s a real milestone in achievement of our strategic goal to take a solid position in the South East Asia market. Indonesia is a country with robust GDP growth, geography and demography ideal for air transportation. I strongly believe that Kartika’s experience in flying SSJ100 will pave the way to new orders coming from the region”, - said the President of SCAC Vladimir Prishyazhnyuk, commenting the deal.
AVIALEASING COMPANY ACQUIRES 24 SUKHOII SUPERJET 100
16.06.2009 | Source: SCAC
Today as part of the International Paris Air Show, the Sukhoi Civil Aircraft Company and the Investment Financial Company Avialeasing announced the signature of the contract for the delivery of 24 Sukhoi Superjet 100/95B aircraft. The contract, fixing agreements reached last year at Farnborough, is valued at 715 mln. USD in catalogue prices.
Under the Contract signed by Victor Soubbotin, President of Sukhoi Civil Aircraft, and Victor Novikov, Vice-president of Avialeasing, SSJ100s will be delivered through 2011-2013.
“An aspiration to become more efficient in times of crisis is not a managerial whim. Instead, it is a passport to Company’s sustainability in the market today and growth in the future – when the economic recovery will start gaining momentum. Our aircraft is now running a vigorous certification campaign, and the results obtained so far give us confidence in the fact that Sukhoi Superjet 100 will become an essential tool for efficiency boost and a long-term liquid asset for a leasing company”, said Victor Soubbotin during the signing ceremony.
“I believe that despite the crisis fleet renewals are a must for air carriers. We expect that by 2011-2013 – the time when we start receiving Sukhoi Superjet 100s - the air transportation market will begin to stabilize. Sukhoi Superjet 100 in our view is the only viable competitor to the Western products at the domestic market. That’s why Avialeasing binds its future with the upgrading of Russian airlines’ fleet with the new Sukhoi Superjet 100 regional aircraft”, said Victor Novikov.
Currently the firm order portfolio for the Sukhoi Superjet 100 aircraft totals 122 units.
Sukhoi Civil Aircraft and the Armenian airline Armavia signed a contract on Friday to supply two Sukhoi Superjet 100/95 LR (long range) airplanes with an option agreement for another two aircraft. Russian VTB Bank will finance the deal.
The airplanes will be delivered to the air company late 2008. Armenia is the first among NIS states where these Russian modern high quality and comfortable airplanes will be operated. At the present time there are contracts for 73 Sukhoi Superjet 100 planes with options for 41 more.
RUSSIAN AIR COMPANY DALAVIA TO BUY SUKHOI SUPERJET 100
19.12.2006 | Source: SCAC
Sukhoi Civil Aircraft, a unit of OAO Sukhoi Aviation Holding, won a $170 million order from Dalavia Far East Airways. A contract with Dalavia was signed on Tuesday in Khabarovsk for the purchase of six passenger airliners Sukhoi Superjet 100. The airplanes will be equipped with standard 95 passenger seats.
The president of Sukhoi Civil Aircraft, Viktor Subbotin, said that the first Sukhoi Superjet-100, which is being manufactured in Komsomolsk-on-Amur, would be assembled this year.
Flight tests are scheduled for 2007, and Dalavia will get two first planes in 2008 and another four in 2009, Subbotin said.
Dalavia’s director general Pavel Sevastyanov said that the company made its choice in confidence that all performance characteristics that were laid down in the project will be implemented.
The airliner, which is to operate on Russian and international lines, is superior in economical efficiency to Tu-154 and even Tu-214.
The planes of the Superjet family meet modern standards of reliability, economical efficiency and safety, and are called to become a basis for development of internal and international nets of Russian air companies.
Dalavia plans to use these planes for flights to Japan, China, and Europe.
SUKHOI CIVIL AIRCRAFT COMPANY SIGNS CONTRACT TO SELL 30 SUPERJET AIRCRAFT
09.12.2006 | Source: SCAC
The Sukhoi Civil Aircraft Company signed a contract with AiRUnion at the SAKS 2006 Siberian air show in Krasnoyarsk on Saturday to sell 30 Super Jet-100 planes. The sum of the deal is more than 400 million dollars.
According to the agreement, AiRUnion will buy fifteen 95-seat planes, and also an option for 15 planes more is envisaged. Delivery of the first Super Jet is planned for November 2009, Sukhoi President Viktor Subbotin said.
AiRUnion President Alexander Abramovich said the aircraft excellently fit the route network of the alliance.
The union of five airlines -- Krasair, Domodedovo Airlines, Samara, Omskavia and Sibaviatrans was formed in late 2004. Remaining independent, the companies have united their resources and cooperate on the mutually beneficial basis. Since June 2005, they have been working under the brand AiRUnion.
AEROFLOT BECOMES THE RRJ LAUNCH CUSTOMER
07.12.2005 | Source: SCAC
Today “Aeroflot – Russian Airlines”, the national flag carrier, and “Sukhoi Civil Aircraft Company” have announced the firm order for 30 Russian Regional Jet (RRJ) aircraft .
In accordance with the Contract Aeroflot orders thirty RRJ95 in basic configuration with deliveries to start in November 2008. The total deal is valued at approximately 820mln. USD at list prices.
All the RRJs will be powered by SaM146 engines, provided by PowerJet (joint venture of Snecma and Russian NPO Saturn), which is not only the engine supplier for the JSC “Sukhoi Civil Aircraft” but also a risk-sharing partner on the RRJ Program.
The RRJ family fully meets the modern and perspective requirements on reliability, safety and operational economics and is intended to become the basis for the growth and development of domestic and international route network of Russian airlines.
The General Director of “Aeroflot” Valery Okulov sees the key advantage of the RRJ Program in its global marketability: “Aeroflot” is a national flag carrier, the leader setting the standards of the Russian air transport industry and we are happy that none other than Russian-made aircraft – RRJ95- integrally fits our plans to build up a modern fleet”.
“Today the RRJ Program has won a national priority status. The Agreement with Aeroflot is a sign of credibility to the program validating “Sukhoi’s” strategy to become the first Russian commercial airplane manufacturer offering the product superceding not only the national, but the global market competitors; the product which 100% meets the existing and perspective market requirements”, stated “Sukhoi” Holding General Director Mikhail Pogosyan commenting the deal.
SUKHOI, FINANCIAL LEASING COMPANY SIGN RRJ LEASING CONTRACT
07.08.2005 | Source: SCAC/RIA Novosti
The Sukhoi aircraft manufacturing holding and the Financial Leasing Company (FLC) signed a contract Wednesday during the MAKS-2005 air show on the lease of 10 RRJ aircraft worth $262 million, a senior Sukhoi official said.
Sukhoi General Director Mikhail Pogosyan said the contract would enter its practical stage in 2008, after FLC receives the first group of leased planes.
FLC President Yevgeny Zaritsky said his company wants to be the first to lease the Sukhoi planes in order to re-lease them to various airlines.