Sukhoi Civil Aircraft Company has signed a letter of intent (LOI) with the Thai Kom Airlines Company Limited and WishV, the maintenance and repair organization, as part of the intergovernmental Russia-Thailand economy panel.
The LOI was signed at the presence of the Minister of Industry and Trade Denis Manturov.
According to the terms of the agreement, six SSJ100 will be delivered in 2019-2020.
It is anticipated that the agreement will be turned into the firm order early in 2019.
On December, 26 2018 Severstal Aircompany received its first SSJ100 according to the terms of the Agreement between the Sukhoi Civil Aircraft Company and the GTLK (State Transport Leasing Company).
The aircraft with the tail number of RA-89117 performed a ferry flight from SCAC Delivery Center in Zhukovsky to Cherepovets, the home airport of the airline.
The new aircraft is expected to be put into operation in the beginning of 2019.
According to the terms of the Agreement there should be four SSJ100s delivered in 2018-2019 to the air carrrier with the option of the layout change to the two-class layout.
Sukhoi Civil Aircraft Company and Adria Airways have signed a Letter of Intent (LOI) for 15 SSJ100s.
The deliveries are due to start at the beginning of 2019.
S7 Group signed a Letter of Intention (LOI) for the Sukhoi SSJ100 – a 75-seat version.
S7 Airlines is considering finalizing an order for 50 SSJ75s with options for 25 more aircraft for deliveries beginning in 2022. If finalized, S7 will be the launch customer of the new 75-seat version.
According to Sukhoi, “It is planned that the aircraft will be produced with maximum of Russian components. Together with the size optimization it is planned to reduce the weight of the structural weight up to 10-15%, to improve aerodynamics up to 10% and reduce specific fuel consumption up to 5% and increase the part of composition materials. The aim is also to cut operation and after-sales support costs.”