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October 15, 2012

For Sale: One Armenian Airline, Includes Lightly Used Superjet

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Armavia's first and only Superjet 100 (EK95015) is seen at Moscow's Sheremetyevo International Airport after its inaugural flight in April 2011. (Photo by Leonid Faerberg via Wikipedia)

The Armenian owner of Superjet launch customer Armavia Airlines says he is seeking a buyer, probably from outside the relatively poor, landlocked Eurasian nation. Meanwhile, says it has worked out an agreement with Armavia to take back the SSJ-100 they had reportedly returned due to reliability issues. [Air Transport World]



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