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The New Class of Airliners: An Overview of Aviation’s Near Future

Posted September 3, 2013 by Jason Rabinowitz

Over the next decade, manufactures from all across the world are readying their next generation of aircraft, or preparing to enter the market for the very first time. From small regional jets to the next generation of the legendary Boeing 777, lets take a look at all the new aircraft you might find yourself as […]

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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)
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Superjet Launch Customer Armavia Returns ‘Unreliable’ Plane to Sukhoi

Posted August 7, 2012 by BNO News

Armavia has decided to return its Sukhoi Superjet 100 due to reliability problems and says it will buy a western plane instead.






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An Aeroflot Sukhoi Superjet 100 (RA-89004, named K.H. Tskhovrebov) taxis at Moscow - Sheremetyevo Airport. (Photo by Nikiforov Konstantin, via wikimedia)
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Sukhoi Delivers 10th Superjet 100 to Aeroflot

Posted August 1, 2012 by BNO News

The 10th production Sukhoi Superjet 100 has been delivered to Aeroflot.






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Sukhoi Superjet 100 97004, the accident aircraft, is seen here flying hot weather/high altitude trials in Mexico. (Photo by Andre Austin Du-Pont Rocha/Mexico Air Spotters M.A.S.)
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Russian Intelligence Blames United States For Superjet Crash

Posted May 31, 2012 by NYCA Admin

A week before rescuers found the crashed Superjet’s flight data recorder on Thursday, Russia’s GRU military intelligence agency claimed that the most plausible cause of the crash was electronic sabotage by the US military.






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The Superjet's cockpit voice recorder closely resembles this example.
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Investigators Retrieve Crashed Superjet’s Cockpit Voice Recorder

Posted May 16, 2012 by NYCA Admin

Russia’s Emergency Situations Ministry confirmed on Wednesday that investigators had recovered the cockpit voice recorder of the Superjet 100 that crashed in Indonesia last week, killing all 45 people onboard.






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Runway 10 at Pompano Beach, Fla. (Photo by John Spade via Flickr)
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Top 10 Posts of the Week: Superjet Crash in Indonesia, Dreamliner Visits DC and More

Posted May 12, 2012 by NYCA Admin

Lots of attention on the Sukhoi Superjet tragedy in Indonesia, while the Boeing 787 Dream Tour flew into Reagan National, a man tried to smuggle too many cats and a new underwear bomb plot. Plus, the week’s top 10 NYCAviation Message Board threads.






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Russian Sukhoi T-50 Stealth Fighter Jet Performs First Public Flight Demo

Posted August 18, 2011 by BNO News

Russia’s Sukhoi T-50 5th generation fighter performed its first demonstration flight at the 10th International Aviation and Space Salon MAKS 2011 on Wednesday, Russian agencies reported.






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On This Day in Aviation History: July 27th

Posted July 27, 2011 by NYCA Admin

First flights of the de Havilland Comet and F-15 Eagle, a Sukhoi Su-27 crashes into a crowd in the worst air show disaster, two news helicopters collide over Phoenix, and more…






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Aeroflot Considers Buying More Russian-made Jets

Posted July 19, 2011 by BNO News

Russia’s largest airline Aeroflot is considering to buy as many as 30 new aircraft to be made by regional aircraft manufacturers, the company’s CEO said during a meeting on Monday.






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India Places Huge Order for Russian Stealth Fighter Jets

Posted October 7, 2010 by BNO News

India’s Defense Ministry on Thursday announced that it has agreed to buy 250 to 300 Sukhoi PAK FA jets for approximately $30 billion.






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