The delivery of a Sukhoi Superjet 100 to Mexican airline Interjet marks the aircraft’s entry into service in the West. And that, says Nazario Cauceglia, CEO of Superjet International, is extremely significant. “Everybody is watching its entry into service,” Cauceglia says. “This gives us a unique chance and we cannot lose it. This could open the door to the Western market.” Interjet, the second-largest airline in Mexico, has ordered 20 aircraft, with options on another 10. It plans ...


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