SuperJet 100 managers say Finmeccanica’s entry into the regional jet program and progress in building a worldwide support network are building renewed interest in the 95-seat jet. The Superjet 100 flew for the first time on May 19, six months behind schedule, and has garnered only 73 firm orders so far, mostly from Russian carriers. But Jean-Pierre Cojan, CEO of Aircelle, one of many Western suppliers on the aircraft, noted that the delay is minimal considering the pioneering nature of ...
THIS CONTENT REQUIRES SUBSCRIPTION ACCESS
You must have an Aviation Week Intelligence Network (AWIN) account or subscribe to this Market Briefing to access "New Support Facility, Global MRO Network Buoy SuperJet 100 Sales".
Current Aviation Week Intelligence Network (AWIN) enterprise and individual members: please go to http://awin.aviationweek.com for access.
Not currently a subscriber? Click on the "Learn More" button below to view subscription offers.