Indonesian carrier Sky Aviation has decided to take delivery of the Sukhoi SuperJets it has on order, despite the crash of a SuperJet in May that killed 14 of the airline’s employees. A SuperJet, operated by Sukhoi as part of a demonstration tour, crashed into Mount Salak outside Jakarta on May 9. All 45 people on board were killed. The airline’s chairman, Yusuf Ardhi, told Aviation Week in June that Sky was unwilling to take delivery until it saw the final accident report. It is ...
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