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Old July 30th, 2014, 04:52 PM   #261
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Anybody know the current production rate of the SSJ, and approximately how many years it will take to fulfill the existing orders?
Final assembly line is currently working in 10-days cycle which makes it possible to reach 40 planes bar in 2014 (best case scenario, or 36-38 by moderate estimates). In 2015 it's goint to be a 7-days cycle (probably they will switch to it this year). The latest customer in line is currently Transaero Airlines with deliveries scheduled for 2015-2017.

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Old July 30th, 2014, 11:27 PM   #262
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95067, will be #3 for UTair

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Old July 31st, 2014, 09:37 AM   #263
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Because of the current trend for airlines opting towards the larger model in every family (A321, 738, E195) because of the greatest CASM, does anyone think that IAC might consider droping the MS-21-200 in favor of a stretched Sukhoi Superjet in the 150 seat range?

I think a stretched SSJ with 150 seats, PW1000G engines, composite wings, and wingtips could be a very economical aircraft. The A319NEO and 737Max7 are selling very poorly because they are simply too much aircraft for 150 seats.
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Old July 31st, 2014, 10:51 AM   #264
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I really like the looks of this aircraft and wish SUKHOI best sales worldwide !
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Old August 1st, 2014, 09:45 AM   #265
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Because of the current trend for airlines opting towards the larger model in every family (A321, 738, E195) because of the greatest CASM, does anyone think that IAC might consider droping the MS-21-200 in favor of a stretched Sukhoi Superjet in the 150 seat range?

I think a stretched SSJ with 150 seats, PW1000G engines, composite wings, and wingtips could be a very economical aircraft. The A319NEO and 737Max7 are selling very poorly because they are simply too much aircraft for 150 seats.
If the tooling for the MS-21-300 is the same as the -200, there's no reason to drop it, just like the A318. Technically, it hasn't been dropped (because of the ACJ market) but since the tooling is similar, Airbus can simply build it. It's all about having the "family", and giving airlines options.

Right now, they should focus on getting the SSJ 130 up first.
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Old August 2nd, 2014, 05:51 PM   #266
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Anyone know why there is a SSJ 100 circling over Kuwait? Hot weather testing or something?
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Anyone know why there is a SSJ 100 circling over Kuwait? Hot weather testing or something?
Right, testing and certification for operation in 50°C+ conditions.
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Old August 3rd, 2014, 12:07 PM   #268
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ddes was right about CityJet.
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Intro is studying CityJet-VLM options that could result in an all-Bombardier fleet of either the CS100 or CS300 CSeries variants, or a combination of the CS300 plus the longest-range Superjet 100LR, which has engines powerful enough for the steep takeoff required from London City, Woehrl said.
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The US imposed sanctions on Aeroflot's low cost subsidiary Dobrolet Airlines because of its flights to Crimea, thus annulling its contract for 738NGs. Might actually be good news for Sukhoi.
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Anyone know why there is a SSJ 100 circling over Kuwait? Hot weather testing or something?
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Right, testing and certification for operation in 50°C+ conditions.
That would also be good if that aircraft is tested over Las Vegas (also Desert conditions), Johannesburg and/or Mexico City (hot and high), Denver (mile-high conditions), and multiple airports in South and Southeast Asia (hot and humid conditions). That way, Sukhoi can determine how good the aircraft is over changing airport conditions.

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The US imposed sanctions on Aeroflot's low cost subsidiary Dobrolet Airlines because of its flights to Crimea, thus annulling its contract for 738NGs. Might actually be good news for Sukhoi.
Very interesting development and opportunity indeed...

Also, how's the development of the aircraft company's SSJ 130? And how different will it be from the current SSJ 100?
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Old August 3rd, 2014, 09:30 PM   #271
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Very interesting development and opportunity indeed...
Interesting is an easy word. There's currently a total war over this matter on Russian aviation enthusiast message boards. Some say Sukhoi is already opening champaign, others think that it's actually Tupolev who should celebrate. Anyway, time will tell. There should be some reaction from Russian Government which should help us to guesstimate what's going to happen next.

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Also, how's the development of the aircraft company's SSJ 130? And how different will it be from the current SSJ 100?
As i've mentioned above, SSJ130 program was postponed last year till 2016. I assume it's early to talk about its specifications yet.
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Apparently Dobrolet will ceased operations tonight. I hope these sanctions will have the effect of stimulating the Russian aircraft industry to become more independent.
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Apparently Dobrolet will ceased operations tonight. I hope these sanctions will have the effect of stimulating the Russian aircraft industry to become more independent.
Lol. Time to buy Airbus~~ The EU risks too much on any real sanctions on Russia.
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Apparently Dobrolet will ceased operations tonight. I hope these sanctions will have the effect of stimulating the Russian aircraft industry to become more independent.
Really? In just a short time? Dang... looks like Aeroflot will need to think of quick plans to address any stranded passengers. Perhaps it's a signal for Moscow to change its ways to avoid further sanctions...
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Really? In just a short time? Dang... looks like Aeroflot will need to think of quick plans to address any stranded passengers.
Passengers will be transported on Orenair.

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Perhaps it's a signal for Moscow to change its ways to avoid further sanctions...
Are you trying to start a flame war?
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Ah I see... and no, I have no intention of starting a flame war. It is against my own will to do so, but, with all the observations I see, it seems that something has to change. Sukhoi is doing well with its aviation progress, but, it could be impacted by the sanctions imposed by other nations... I am pleased that the aircraft company is working its way to making its aircraft successful, it's just that I'm concerned at how its foreign sales can be impacted, especially right this moment.
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This situation will probably make it a lot harder for Russian manufacturers to sell planes in the west, but overall I think it might actually be good in the long term because the Russian Government may want to become less dependent on the West for airliners, therefore causing more investment.
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That's what I was thinking... and by the way, it can also invest in Asia as well where the aviation market there is growing exponentially, especially in China and India. It's like opportunities arise when other windows close (temporarily).
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I think the BRIC nations (Brazil, Russia, India, China) will see the largest growth in aviation markets in the next decade. The Russian airliner manufacturers should focus their efforts on these developing markets in my opinion.
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Hmmm, looks like Yakutia has been using its SSJ 100's to good use on international flights nowadays, as it has expanded its reach to South Korea. Details and schedules:

Since 12 June 2014, it has been operating 1 weekly Khabarovsk – Jeju service (until 21 August 2014)
R39907 KHV1205 – 1230CJU SU9 4
R39908 CJU1500 – 2000KHV SU9 4

Since 1 July 2014, it has been operating 1 weekly Ulan-Ude – Seoul Incheon service (until 16 September 2014)
R3535 UUD1000 – 1320ICN SU9 2
R3536 ICN1430 – 1815UUD SU9 2

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