Sukhoi's SuperJet 100 (SSJ100) has a “window of opportunity” to break the regional jet Bombardier-Embraer duopoly. So says Nazario Cauceglia, who recently replaced Carlo Logli as CEO of SuperJet International. Cauceglia, who has been Alenia Aermacchi's chief technology officer, is fully aware of the industrial and technical hurdles still to be overcome. The Venice-based company comprises Alenia Aermacchi and Sukhoi with 51%/49% holdings, respectively. It is preparing to receive from the ...

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