Discovering what caused a Sukhoi Superjet 100 to crash on a demonstration flight in Indonesia last week could have major implications for the Russian and Indonesian air transport sectors and the Superjet program. A development aircraft (SN95004) crashed May 9 shortly after taking off from Halim Perdanakusuma Airport near Jakarta, when it flew into terrain on Mount Salak in the West Java province, apparently killing all 45 people onboard. The crash site was located May 10, but cockpit ...

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