SSJ100. Courtesy, RIA Novosti/Grigoriy Sysoev Fears grew Wednesday that a Russian Sukhoi Superjet 100 (SSJ100) aircraft had crashed during a demonstration flight in Indonesia after no signs of the aircraft or responses from crew has been received many hours after the new jet type disappeared.  Fifty people, including eight crew, were believed to be onboard the SSJ100, which was doing the second of two company demonstration flights from near Jakarta. The aircraft is believed ...

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