SSJ100. Courtesy, Sukhoi Subdued representatives from SuperJet International (SJI) told reporters at the Regional Airline Assn. (RAA) annual convention in Minneapolis Tuesday that the recent crash of a Sukhoi Superjet SSJ100 has not significantly altered plans to manufacture and market the Russian-built regional aircraft. Declining to provide a full press briefing on the SSJ program, the representatives instead read a statement from SJI CEO Nazario Cauceglia, who expressed both ...

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