Armenian carrier Armavia could lose its fledging Sukhoi Superjet 100 fleet over unpaid debts owed on its first aircraft and its failure to negotiate financing for a second jet. Armavia received its first SSJ100 April 16, 2011, and logged 1,870 flight hours from more than 760 revenue flights before sending the aircraft to Sukhoi this summer for regular maintenance, where the second SSJ100 destined for Armavia also is located. But both these aircraft still remain with Sukhoi, with VP ...
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