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Russian authorities release Aeroflot Flight SU1492 video

Russian authorities released a video of the tragic Aeroflot Flight SU1492 crash-landing on May 5, 2019, showing the Superjet 100 aircraft landing in flames and the evacuation effort....


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Aeroflot, Sukhoi begin their largest Superjet 100 transaction

Sukhoi Civil Aircraft, the company that produces the Superjet 100 regional passenger aircraft, said it had handed off the first five aircraft from a deal with Aeroflot, which is due to receive a hundred planes by 2026. The delivery of Superjet 100s to Aeroflot is funded by VEB.RF, the Russian state development corporation. The transaction is the largest one for both the plane manufacturer and the airline, according to Sukhoi. ...


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SCAC finishes Superjet 100 “saberlets” flight testing

Sukhoi Civil Aircraft Company (SCAC) has completed the flight test program of the Superjet 100 new horizontal wingtips....


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Interjet fleet puzzle: opting for A220 or sticking to SSJ100s?

The second biggest Mexican airline is size Interjet is reportedly nearing the decision on what to do next with its fleet of Russian-built Superjet100 aircraft. However, media reports are contradictory at the moment: some suggest that the carrier is determined to get rid of SSJ100s, while others suggest the Russian jet might stay in Mexico. ...


Rytis Beresnevicius

Aeroflot captain charged for Superjet 100 crash landing in Moscow

The Captain of the ill-fated Aeroflot Flight 1492 was charged by the Investigative Committee of Russia for his actions during the emergency landing, which sent the Superjet 100 slamming into the ground, setting the jet ablaze:...


Zivile Zalagenaite

Rostec considers rebranding Superjet 100 again

Superjet 100 makers might finally be coming to terms with the questionable reputation of the airliner: previously plagued with maintenance problems, the aircraft made headlines earlier in 2019 after a crash in Moscow that claimed 41 lives. Rostec is considering a name change for the SSJ100.  ...


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No more Superjet100 for Interjet?

The last remaining international operator of Russian Superjet 100 planes is looking to get rid of them from its fleet of 22. Russian authorities claim that decision has nothing to do with the Aeroflot accident in which 41 people died in May 2019....


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Russian authorities decode Superjet 100 accident flight recorders

Russian authorities have finished decoding flight recorders of Aeroflot Superjet 100, which left forty-one people dead and eleven injured after crash landing in Moscow Sheremetyevo International Airport (SVO) on May 5, 2019....


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Aeroflot Superjet 100 encounters another mid-air incident

A little over a week after Aeroflot Superjet 100 caught fire in Moscow’s Sheremetyevo airport, killing 41 person onboard, another Aeroflot SSJ 100 aircraft encounters mid-air incident, making successful emergency landing  in Moscow....


Clement Charpentreau

Superjet-100 accident: Pilot behavior investigated

Russian investigators are looking into the behavior of the flight crew that was operating the Aeroflot Superjet-100 involved in a deadly accident on May 5, 2019, which costed the lives of 41 people....