Privately owned carrier Sky Aviation is waiting until Indonesian authorities issue their final report into the cause of May 9’s Sukhoi SuperJet crash before deciding if it will take delivery of the aircraft. Fourteen of those who died in the crash were from the Indonesian carrier, says Chairman Yusuf Ardhi, who describes the accident as “one of the worst experiences in my life.” The aircraft maker conducted two demonstration flights that day. The earlier demonstration flight returned ...
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