Sukhoi Superjet 100Фото: Vitaliy Belousov / RIA Novosti
The airline Brussels Airlines will replace the Russian Sukhoi Superjet 100 (SSJ-100) on the canadian Bombardier CRJ 900, the newspaper L’echo.
The company’s representatives told about the problems with the operation of the Russian-made aircraft, which had cancelled a number of flights. In addition to malfunctions, there complained about the lack of translation of some manuals with the Russian language.
Airline Director Christine Foerster announced that it intends to get rid of SSJ-100 in no time. According to the newspaper, one Bombardier has replaced the SSJ-100 on the route Brussels — Nantes. To renew the leasing contract, which expires in March 2019, Brussels Airlines, respectively, will not.
The first Russian civilian airliner Sukhoi Superjet 100 seats in the basic version 93-102 passenger. In the years 2011-2017 was released 156 aircraft. The largest buyer is “Aeroflot” (35 aircraft).
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