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CityJet takes delivery of its first Sukhoi Superjet 100

CityJet Superjet 100 EI-FWA (15)(Grd-1) VCE (Sukhoi)(LR)

CityJet, the Irish European regional airline, on May 24, 2016 took delivery in Italy of its first Superjet SSJ100 aircraft.

CityJet becomes the first European airline to operate the Superjet SSJ100. CityJet will lease 15 Superjet SSJ100 aircraft with an option for an additional 16.

SuperJet International is a joint venture between Sukhoi Civil Aircraft Company and Finmeccanica Company of Italy. The ceremony was held in Venice at the SuperJet International’s premises where the first two Superjet SSJ100s in the CityJet livery were unveiled.

Dublin-based CityJet operates from key airports in Europe, including London City Airport. The airline expects take delivery of three aircraft in 2016, with the remainder from 2017 onwards. The inaugural aircraft unveiled today is expected to be delivered to Dublin early in June with the second arriving in mid-June. The Superjet SSJ 100 achieved European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) certification in 2012.

The CityJet aircraft is in the 98-seat configuration with an exclusive interior designed by Pininfarina, five abreast seating in a generous 32” seat pitch combining with a wider seat and cabin height of over 2m.

SuperJet International will also provide CityJet with the technical support through a SuperCare agreement for 12 years. CityJet crews are being trained at the Training Center in Venice.

Photo: Sukhoi. Superjet 100 EI-FWA (msn 95102) is the first to be delivered.

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Yakutia Airlines orders three additional Sukhoi Superjet 100s

Yakutia Airlines (Yakutsk) as signed a contract for the purchase of three additional Sukhoi Superjet 100s. Sukhoi issued this statement:

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On June 15, 2015 at the International Paris Air Show 2015 Sukhoi Civil Aircraft Company and Yakutia Airlines signed a contract for the delivery of three additional Sukhoi Superjet 100 aircraft starting from 2017.

The contract envisages delivery of the SSJ100 Long Range version with 93 seats: 8 seats for business class and 85 for economy.

The Execution of this contract follows to the successful cooperation of SCAC and Yakutia, which has been operating two SSJ100s through domestic and international routes since early 2013.

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Since the beginning of operations in Yakutia Airlines, the two Sukhoi Superjet 100 aircraft have reached more than 8.000 flight hours. Now the SSJ100s operated by Yakutia, might be seen in the airports of more than 15 cities worldwide, and this number is continuously increasing. The airline uses this aircraft to perform flights to the Far East, Siberia, Ural, South of Russia and also to China, Japan and South Korea.

Copyright Photo: Rob Finlayson/AirlinersGallery.com. Sukhoi Superjet 100-95B RA-89012 (msn 95020) prepares to land in Seoul (Incheon).

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Red Wings Airlines takes delivery of its first Superjet 100

Red Wings Superjet 100-95B RA-89021 (07)(Tko)(Red Wings)(LRW)

Red Wings Airlines (Moscow-Vnukovo) as planned, took delivery of its first Superjet 100 this month. On January 19 the company accepted the pictured former Moskovia Airlines Superjet 100-95B registered as RA-89021 (msn 95021). The new type is being leased from Sukhoi and two more copies will follow.

Photo: Red Wings Airlines.

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Aeroflot orders 20 more Sukhoi Superjet 100 aircraft

Aeroflot Russian Airlines (Moscow) and Sukhoi Civil Aircraft (SCA) have signed an agreement for an additional 20 of the latest Sukhoi Superjet 100 aircraft.

The aircraft seat 87 passengers in a dual-class configuration (12 seats in business and 75 in economy) and with a flight range of 2,400 km.

The new aircraft will fly on short-haul domestic routes operated by Aeroflot Group subsidiaries.

The SSJ-100 received certification from the Aviation Register of the Interstate Aviation Committee (IAC AR) in January 2011.

The new agreement is in addition to an existing contract for 30 SSJ-100s, and will bring Aeroflot Group’s fleet of SSJ-100s to a total of 50 aircraft by 2017.

Copyright Photo: OSDU/AirlinersGallery.com. Sukhoi Superjet 100-95B RA-89008 (msn 95016) prepares to land back at the Sheremetyevo Airport base in Moscow.

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Interjet to bring the Sukhoi Superjet 100 to Miami, will start Houston service on October 23

Interjet (Mexico City) will introduce the new Sukhoi Superjet 100-95B on the Merida-Miami route starting in mid October pending aircraft deliveries.

In other news, the company will start Monterrey-Houston service on October 23, with two daily flights Monday through Friday, and one daily flight on Saturdays and Sundays.

The company describes its business model:

Through its hybrid business model (Low Cost Carrier – LLC) based on a strategy of combining higher quality service with efficient business practices, Interjet offers a superior product- making it the first airline in Mexico to achieve high quality service at an affordable price. This effective business strategy allows Interjet to satisfy the needs and requirements of diverse population sectors, and expands coverage to business and leisure market. For customer convenience, Interjet ́s aircraft include a variety of useful amenities. Many of its airplanes are equipped to broadcast live take-off and landing video. With a capacity of 150 passengers each, Interjet’s Airbus 320 offers a superior coach class service with more legroom than any other Mexican airline.

As of January 2011, Interjet inaugurated its Training and Development Center for Pilots (Centro de Capacitación y Adiestramiento para pilotos – CAA), featuring an Airbus A320 Full Flight Simulator (FSS) at Zero Flight Time (ZFT), level D, making it the most advanced training center in Mexico. The CAA meets the certification requirements of Mexico ́s DGCA, U.S. FAA and the European EASA.

Interjet is the first airline in Mexico and Latin America to implement the use of biofuels on its commercial flights. Biofuels have the potential to reduce up to 80% of CO2 emissions. Made from oils extracted from the seed of the Jatropha Curcas (a native Mexican plant), it is transformed into Synthetic Paraffinic Biokerosene (Bio-KPS). The biofuel is made of a combination 27% Bio-KPS and 73% traditional jet-fuel.

Copyright Photo: Antony J. Best/AirlinersGallery.com. Sukhoi Superjet 100-95B RA-97010 (msn 95045) was on display at the Farnborough Airshow (FAB).

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Moskovia Airlines to revert to a charter airline on September 1

Moskovia Airlines (Moscow-Zhukovsky) filed for bankruptcy protection and reorganization in February 2014. Following an inspection of the airline’s operations this month by the Russian Federal Air Transport Agency (Rosaviatsia), the airline will longer be able to operate as a scheduled passenger airline according to ch-aviation. The airline will revert to a charter airline on September 1.

Copyright Photo: Arnd Wolf/AirlinersGallery.com. The main aircraft for Moskovia now is the new pictured Sukhoi Superjet 100-95B and a remaining single Boeing 737-700 which is likely to be returned. RA-89021 (msn 95021) arrives in Munich.

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Aeroflot reports record operating results for 2013

Aeroflot Russian Airlines (Moscow) has announced record operating results in the modern history of the company and Aeroflot Group for the twelve months ending on December 31, 2013. The airline issued this report:

Key drivers of the strong operational highlights included: a marked expansion of the route network, fleet enlargement and passenger traffic growth.

Highlights

Aeroflot standalone:

• Passenger traffic for the full year 2013 was a record 20.9 million. This represented 18.4% year-on-year growth, considerably ahead of the overall Russian industry growth rate of 14.2%. December 2013 passenger traffic was 1.6 million, a 17.0% rise over December 2012 (and well ahead of the 9.6% rise of the overall industry).

• Revenue passenger kilometers in 2013 totalled 50.5 billion, a year-on-year increase of 19.2% (versus 15.0% for the industry overall). In December revenue passenger kilometers increased 13.3%, versus 10.1% for the industry overall.

• In 2013 the company expanded its fleet, flying eight new Airbus A320s, five new Airbus A321s, three new Boeing 737-800s and four new Boeing 777-300s. Despite the larger fleet driving available seat kilometers 17.8% higher, the passenger load factor was 78.8%, or 0.9 percentage points higher than in 2012.

Aeroflot Group:

• Total passenger traffic in 2013 rose 14.3% year-on-year to 31.4 million. For December, passenger traffic was 2.3 million, a 13.3% increase over the same period a year earlier.

• Revenue passenger kilometers for 2013 increased 14.3% year-on-year to 85.3 bln. In December revenue passenger kilometers increased 6.9% versus the same period a year earlier to 6.3 billion;

• The passenger load factor for 2013 was 0.1 percentage point higher at 78.2%, despite a slight decrease (0.3 percentage points) in December versus the same period a year earlier.

Key factors that impacted the Group’s 2013 operating results:

• Aeroflot standalone continued attract more passengers by delivering a premium product at a competitive price, maintaining a strong safety record and expanding its network of routes.

• Charter subsidiary Orenburg Airlines redirected some of its capacity to European destinations from the Middle East and Asia due to political instability in those regions.

• Russian Far Eastern carrier Aurora Airlines was formed through the combination of Sakhalin Airways (SAT Airlines) and Vladivostok Avia, integrating the route networks and optimizing the fleets of the two formerly separate subsidiaries.

• Aeroflot discontinued its dedicated cargo fleet, switching to belly cargo operations.

The tables below provide key operating results for Aeroflot and Aeroflot Group.

Aeroflot standalone traffic figures

Dec 2013 Dec 2012 Change 12M 2013 12M 2012 Change
Passengers carried (000s)

1,630.2

1,393.6

17.0%

20,902.4

17,656.1

18.4%

Revenue passenger km (mln)

4,689.4

4,139.4

13.3%

60,226.3

50,532.5

19.2%

Available seat km (mln)

6,390.9

5,623.5

13.6%

76,444.8

64,880.0

17.8%

Passenger load factor

73.4%

73.6%

(0.2pp)

78.8%

77.9%

0.9pp

Cargo + mail carried (tonnes)

14,806.8

16,154.6

(8.3%)

176,456.1

193,948.8

(9.0%)

Total revenue ton-kilometers – pax, luggage, cargo (mln)

489.1

458.4

6.7%

6,339.9

5,669.2

11.8%

Available cargo ton-kilometers (mln)

790.0

744.4

6.1%

9,848.7

8,881.1

10.9%

Revenue load factor

61.9%

61.6%

0.3pp

64.4%

63.8%

0.6pp

Revenue cargo ton-kilometers (mln)

67.1

85.8

(21.8%)

919.5

1,121.3

(18.0%)

Aeroflot Group traffic figures

December 2013 December 2012 Change 12M 2013 12M 2012 Change
Passengers carried (000s)

2,316.3

2,044.0

13.3%

31,390.7

27,471.7

14.3%

Of which international

1,210.0

1,146.5

5.5%

17,391.4

15,963.3

8.9%

Of which domestic

1,106.3

897.5

23.3%

13,999.3

11,508.4

21.6%

Revenue passenger km (mln)

6,253.1

5,848.1

6.9%

85,273.3

74,617.2

14.3%

Of which international

4,051.7

3,966.1

2.2%

56,112.6

50,279.9

11.6%

Of which domestic

2,201.4

1,882.0

17.0%

29,160.7

24,337.3

19.8%

Available seat km (mln)

8,590.8

8,004.7

7.3%

109,063.8

95,598.1

14.1%

Of which international

5,600.4

5,426.4

3.2%

71,529.8

63,851.3

12.0%

Of which domestic

2,990.4

2,578.3

16.0%

37,534.0

31,746.8

18.2%

Passenger load factor

72.8%

73.1%

(0.3pp)

78.2%

78.1%

0.1pp

Of which international

72.3%

73.1%

(0.8pp)

78.4%

78.7%

(0.3pp)

Of which domestic

73.6%

73.0%

0.6pp

77.7%

76.7%

1.0pp

Cargo + mail carried (tons)

16,977.5

18,958.7

(10.5%)

204,554.1

223,771.7

(8.6%)

Of which international

9,116.7

12,034.9

(24.2%)

121,797.4

153,117.1

(20.5%)

Of which domestic

7,860.8

6,923.8

13.5%

82,756.7

70,654.6

17.1%

Total revenue ton-kilometers – pax, luggage, cargo (mln)

634.1

620.1

2.3%

8,666.1

7,925.7

9.3%

Of which international

406.3

424.5

(4.3%)

5,710.8

5,445.6

4.9%

Of which domestic

227.8

195.6

16.5%

2,955.3

2,480.1

19.2%

Available cargo ton-kilometers (mln)

1,027.8

1,001.8

2.6%

13,388.5

12,152.9

10.2%

Of which international

669.8

690.8

(3.0%)

8,872.6

8,351.7

6.2%

Of which domestic

358.0

311.0

15.1%

4,515.9

3,801.2

18.8%

Revenue load factor

61.7%

61.9%

(0.2pp)

64.7%

65.2%

(0.5pp)

Of which international

60.7%

61.5%

(0.8pp)

64.4%

65.2%

(0.8pp)

Of which domestic

63.6%

62.9%

0.7pp

65.4%

65.2%

0.2pp

Revenue cargo ton-kilometers (mln)

71.3

93.8

(23.9%)

991.5

1,210.0

(18.1%)

Of which international

41.6

67.6

(38.4%)

660.7

920.3

(28.2%)

Of which domestic

29.7

26.2

13.3%

330.8

289.7

14.2%

Copyright Photo: OSDU/AirlinersGallery.com. Celebrating “90 Years in the Sky”, Superjet 100-95B RA-89009 (msn 95017) in a special anniversary livery, arrives at the Moscow (Sheremetyevo) hub.

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