Russia’s Russia’s Sukhoi Civil Aircraft company has signed memoranda of understanding with two airlines to supply 20 “Superjet 100” (SSJ100) aircraft to each.
Iran’s Airtour and Aseman Airlines clinched the deals on April 25 on the sidelines of the Eurasia Airshow in the Mediterranean resort of Antalya.
Airtour will pay $1 billion for 20 aircraft, according to the company representatives, adding that the first delivery will start in 2019.
Sukhoi SuperJet-100 is Russia’s newest twin-engine regional passenger aircraft. It began operating commercially in 2011. More than 60 aircraft are in service with airlines in Laos, Mexico, and Russia.
Russias Sukhoi Civil Aircraft Company and S7 Group signed the Letter of Intention that determined the interest of both Parties to delivery of the new modification of the SSJ100 regional jetliners – the 75-seats version, at on-going Eurasia Airshow on April 26. The Parties agreed as follows – till the end of Summer 2018 they are to make a decision upon the Agreement for 50 SSJ75 with an option for 25 more aircraft of this type with the term of the deliveries beginning marked in 2022
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