The SSJ 100

SSJ-100, Sukhoi Superjet-100, Interjet

SSJ100 or The Sukhoi Superjet 100 and İnterjet Airlines Fleet. SSJ100 is a regional jet designed for regional airlines. Interjet has 7 Sukhoi Superjet 100 aircrafts. Interjet fleet consist of 2 model aircrats, Airbus and The Sukhoi Superjet 100. 7 Aircrafts of İnterjet Fleet are Sukhoi Superjet 100, other 4 Aircrafts are Airbus. Interjet is a Mexican low-cost airline company. Interjet Airlines operates scheduled flights.

Sukhoi Super Jet-100, SSJ100

Russian Regional Jet; Sukhoi Superjet 100. The SSJ 100 has become the first Russian passenger aircraft to be certified by EASA since the Agency’s creation in 2003. SSJ100 is powered by the Powerjet SaM146 engine which received EASA certification in June 2010. Mexican low-cost airline Interjet, Irish CityJet, Russian Aeoflot, Russian regional carrier Azimuth Airlines and Red Wings uses Sukhoi Super Jet-100. The launch and the first commercial flight of the regional aircraft Sukhoi Superjet 100 began in April 2011 and was performed by the customer from Armenian Airline Armavia.

Brussels Airlines Fleet

Brussels Airlines' fleet consist of 22 pieces of Airbus A319, 16 pieces of Airbus A320, 4 pieces of Airbus A330-200 and 6 pieces of Airbus A330-300 aircraft. Besides Brussels Airlines has 4 pieces of Sukhoi Superjet 100 Russia's design and production aircrafts. Sukhoi Superjet 100 Aircrafts operated by Irish CityJet o behalf of Brussels Airlines. About Brussels Airlines Fleet; The Airbus A330-300 is the biggest aircraft in the fleet, this kind of aircraft normally being used for long haul flights and Brussels Airlines uses this aircrafts flights to and from North America, India and the African continent. So this Airbus A330-300 models remains Brussels Airlines’ first choice for long distance flights.

Russian Airline Companies [ Russian Airlines List, Airlines in Russia ]

Russian Airline Companies; Aeroflot, of course, is the leading airline company in russia but there are many different airline companies in russia. Pobeda and Smartavia (Nordavia) are the low cost carriers in Russia. VIM Airlines, UTair, Ural, PJSC Siberia Airlines S7, Red Wings, RusLine, Rossiya Airlines are another major airlines in Russia. Find out russia airlines. We have 20 russian airlines in our list. You can find information about russian airlines, You can see logos of russian airlines and you can go russia airlines' websites via our internal links. Here is the list of airlines in russia. Yamal, Yakutia, VIM, UTair, Ural, S7, Red Wings, Pobeda, Orenburg, Aeroflot, NordStar, Smartavia (Nordavia), Angara, IrAero, JSC Izhavia, RusLine, Rossiya Airlines, iFly Airlines, Azimuth Airlines, Pegas FLY, Nordwind Airlines. Pobeda is a subsidiary of Russian flag carrier airline company Aeroflot. Russian low-cost airline Pobeda airlines operates a fleet of Boeing aircraft. Azimuth Airline is a regional carrier of the Southern Russia. Azimuth Airlines operates a fleet of Sukhoi Superjet 100 aircraft. iFly Airlines, Pegas Fly and Nordwind Airlines are leisure airline companies in Russia. NordStar, Angara Airlines, JSC Izhavia and RusLine are domestic airline companies in Russia. Russian Red Wings Airlines operates a fleet of European Airbus, Russian Sukhoi SuperJet and American Boeing aircraft. Russian Vim Airlines operates a fleet of European Airbus and American Boeing aircraft. Russian domestic carrier Angara Airlines operates AN-148, AN-24, and AN-26-100 aircraft. IrAero Airlines from Russia is regional carrier. IrAero Airlines operates a fleet of Canadian Bombardier Regional Jet, Antonov and Sukhoi Superjet 100 aircraft.