Aeroflot is to split into several firm contracts its preliminary order for 100 Superjet 100 regional jets. The airlines has already firmed up a deal for the first 22 aircraft, Sergey Chemezov, CEO of Rostec Corporation, said in a Sept. 17 interview with Russia’s RBC news agency.  “We have agreed and I hope we will sign a contract with Aeroflot for 22 aircraft soon,” he said. Rostec has recently taken control of United Aircraft Corporation, a parent holding of ...

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