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Old September 20th, 2014, 05:26 AM   #341
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c/n 95054 for Interjet





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Old September 20th, 2014, 05:33 AM   #342
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I wonder if it could be tweaked (eg mo repowerful engines) to go faster and longer.
It's certainly not even close to being on agenda now.
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Old September 20th, 2014, 01:43 PM   #343
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I wonder if it could be tweaked (eg mo repowerful engines) to go faster and longer. To become a real rival for the fastest Gulfstreams etc.
It could tap into a big market in Russia, China and India etc pretty quickly.
I don't think a passenger regional jet could or should compete with an executive jet (aerodynamics do matter). Its market niche is the same as the Embraer E series', or the Bombardier jets'. In this league, the SSJ is fast enough (it's actually about as fast as a 767), also its maximum range is on par or better than its competitors. At least, if we are to trust Wikipedia.
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Old September 21st, 2014, 11:13 AM   #344
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Since it has already been mentioned...
Step one towards Sukhoi BJ - SSJ100 in VIP version. This aircraft belongs to Rosoboronexport corporation. She took part in JetExpo-2014 in Moscow's Vnukovo airport a few days ago.


As usual, Russian moneybags demonstrate their loyalty to gold/wood combination in interiors...










Not sure why they have a hatch in the toilet. This plane was initially built for Armavia in a regular version and later converted into VIP which explains a hatch itself. But the reason why the toilet had to be so huge is unknown to me.

http://russos.livejournal.com/1148629.html
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Old September 21st, 2014, 07:44 PM   #345
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I am really impressed!!!...Love it.
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Old September 23rd, 2014, 12:47 PM   #346
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I don't think a passenger regional jet could or should compete with an executive jet (aerodynamics do matter). Its market niche is the same as the Embraer E series', or the Bombardier jets'.
But they do compete. Not in terms of speed (many executive jets are built to press the speed from 0,80 M range of regional jets towards 0,90 M), but certainly in terms of comfort and price.

Gulfstream 650 cabin is just 259 cm wide and 196 cm wide. CRJ is actually narrower... but Superjet is wider, with cabin 323 cm wide and 212 cm high.

That 64 cm extra width at widest and even bigger amount of extra width at head level under the ceiling vault allows to squeeze in more comfortable interior - find space for bedrooms, lounges etc. with aisles past them.

A regional jet can offer much better comfort at, in the end, a lower price than an executive jet.

But improving the range would help. Indeed, more than in an executive jet... because if an executive jet does have a long range, it gets uncomfortable spending long time in a cramped interior.
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Old September 25th, 2014, 07:41 PM   #347
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Red Wings will recieve 3 former Moskovia's SSJs by December 20 according to RW's CEO.
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Old September 25th, 2014, 07:42 PM   #348
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And some routine... c/n 96071 for Interjet
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Old September 26th, 2014, 05:03 PM   #349
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Are there any figures on how the SSJ compares in terms of operational costs against its competitors (E-Jet, A318, An-148, CRJ, etc)?
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Old October 7th, 2014, 12:46 PM   #350
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Not sure if i have ever seen such an overall table.
Fully loaded SSJ's fuel consumption is ~1615 kg/h (TO, climbing, cruise @ 0.78-0.79M, descending, landing).
This is fuel flow at cruise speed at FL380/390 on a 2450nm flight:
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Old October 7th, 2014, 02:48 PM   #351
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After Boeing and Airbus companies like Bombardier,Embraer or Suchoi have the knowhow and technology to built passenger planes.
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A very interesting article someone linked to on Airliners.net. It is an interview with the Deputy Chief Designer, Alexey Dolotovski.

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...NG is a 130-seater. However, this program has been put on hold until 2016. But no one said that we can’t develop an aircraft seating 115-120 passengers. It is a very good rival for Embraer E2, which is being developed. Taking into account the scope of modifications to be carried out by Embraer, the jet’s price will increase significantly. And even if we use SaM146 engine instead of advanced GTF, the difference in terms of self-cost will override the benefits of higher fuel efficiency.

...Strange as it may seem, even SaM146 engines have enough thrust for an aircraft seating 115-120 passengers. However, they are not suitable for a 130-seater.
Full article: http://www.ruaviation.com/docs/3/2014/4/14/80/


It would be nice if Sukhoi develops a simple stretch of the SSJ100, into a 120 seater. Perhaps they could assemble this SSJ120 in Voronezh (VASO).
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Old October 9th, 2014, 09:00 PM   #353
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... Perhaps they could assemble this SSJ120 in Voronezh (VASO).
I guess you are from Voronezh? In any case I understand your wish.
But I doubt they would do this in Voronezh. I believe the oportunity to stretch the design was took in account when the production line was designed and constructed.
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I am not from Voronezh.

VASO built many famous airliners such as the Il-86, Il-96, and Tu-144.

Stretching the plane and opening a second production facility could increase orders for the SSJ. Airlines will be more interested because they like to buy airplanes that are part of a family, and because stretched airliners offer better economics. Also airlines want to see production sped up. They don't want to wait a long time to receive their planes.
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But they do compete. Not in terms of speed (many executive jets are built to press the speed from 0,80 M range of regional jets towards 0,90 M), but certainly in terms of comfort and price.
What "price"? Do you mean operational costs?
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A regional jet can offer much better comfort at, in the end, a lower price than an executive jet.
Again, I don't get what "price" are you about, anyway as I understand it, an executive jet is not in the same league if only because its fuel consumption is lower by at least one third (compare Gulfstream V with SSJ 100 or any other similar liner), which leads to much different operational costs, should you use the SSJ 100 as an executive. Again: cross-section does matter, empty weight too.
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Are there any figures on how the SSJ compares in terms of operational costs against its competitors (E-Jet, A318, An-148, CRJ, etc)?
Here is a comparison of the main parameters against the E-190:
http://www.airliners.net/aviation-fo...d.main/305348/
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The more I see of this aircraft type, it makes me want to see the airline operate more of it for its US-bound flights...

Interjet SSJ-100-95B (reg. XA-IJR)

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Old October 15th, 2014, 10:39 PM   #358
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What "price"? Do you mean operational costs?Again, I don't get what "price" are you about,
Gulfstream 650:
maximum take-off weight 45,2 t
price, as of November 2013, 64,5 million US$
Embraer Lineage 1000:
maximum take-off weight 55,0 t
price, as of September 2011, 49,2 million US$
Embraer 195
maximum take-off weight 52,3 t
price 47,0 million US$
Sukhoi Superjet 100-95LR
maximum take-off weight 49,5 t
price as of February 2012 36,2 million US$
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Old October 26th, 2014, 02:28 PM   #359
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New destination, IAH

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Old October 29th, 2014, 02:32 PM   #360
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I read on airliners.net that Belgian airline VLM are going to operate the Superjet, is this true? Great news if so.
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