Russia's United Aircraft Corp. (UAC) plans for its 130-140-seat commercial narrowbody jet to enter the market in 2016-20, said its head, Mikhail Pogosyan, last week at the International Air Transport Forum in Ulyanovsk. The aircraft is intended as a link between the future stretched Sukhoi Superjet 100 version with 110-115 seats and the smallest, 150-passenger version of the MS-21. Pogosyan stressed that the new aircraft will not be a further stretch of the SSJ100. “We don't want to ...
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