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Re: Sukhoi Superjet 100

Message par Poncho (Admin) le Jeu 25 Nov 2010 - 21:59

Bonsoir
La synthèse du dernier trimestre...
http://www.flightglobal.com/articles/2010/11/25/350195/superjet-easing-to-certification-with-radiation-trials.html
Et les dernières négociations avec UTair

Sukhoi's Superjet 100 is easing closer to certification following the completion of high-intensity radiation field exposure in Italy and flight-management system tests.
One of the flying prototypes, number 95004, has been undergoing radiation field tests at Turin, to ensure that the twinjet is not susceptible to external electromagnetic interference.
"Our airliner is the first Russian aircraft that has compliance with international standards in this domain," says Sukhoi Civil Aircraft's certification chief Igor Vinogradov.
Sukhoi has been demonstrating the aircraft to its latest prospective customer, Russia's UTAir, which is looking to acquire 24 of the type to replace its Tupolev Tu-134 fleet.
Its fully furnished prototype, 95005, has arrived in Khanty-Mansiysk as the two sides seek to finalise an agreement to deliver Superjets to UTAir from 2013.
"The Superjet fully meets the airline's technical and economic requirements," says UTAir general director Andrei Martirosov.
Sukhoi is striving to complete the certification of the aircraft by the end of this year, in preparation for initial deliveries to Armavia and Aeroflot.
Russian and Canadian pilots have undertaken joint flight-testing of the type's flight-management system, as well as a series of ground tests, to evaluate capabilities including vertical navigation.
"These verifications are required to ensure safety and aircraft performance in dense air traffic operations," says Sukhoi.
Superjets have collectively carried out 950 flights accumulating more than 2,200h as part of the certification campaign.
Prototype aircraft 95003 finished crosswind testing in Iceland at the end of October, while the first serial production airframe, 95007 for Armavia, made its maiden flight on 4 November.

Avec une video du premier avion de série pour Armavia



Bonne soirée

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Re: Sukhoi Superjet 100

Message par Poncho (Admin) le Mar 7 Déc 2010 - 10:16

Bonjour à tous

Quelques nouvelles


Last week, the SSJ 100 began route proving tests, entering the final stage of it's certification campaign. After having received its experimental airworthiness certificate from AR IAC, the aircraft has successfully conducted 14 flights on the Moscow-Ufa-Moscow route, on the Moscow-Orenburg-Moscow, Moscow-Yekaterinburg- Moscow and Moscow-Chelyabinsk-Moscow routes. All are domestic Aeroflot routes. The experimental airworthiness certificate also allows pilots to begin training on the aircraft. In December 2010 the SSJ 100 will complete the AR IAC certification campaign with the deliveries to follow right after. The EASA certification is scheduled for Q2 2011.

Planning maintenu pour le moment (il ne reste plus que 20 jours)

Début des tests à blanc sur les lignes du service commercial... grâce à un certifixation "experimental" qui permet aux pilotes civils de piloter l'avion.

A suivre donc

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Re: Sukhoi Superjet 100

Message par Poncho (Admin) le Jeu 16 Déc 2010 - 17:17

Bonjour à tous

C'est finalement raté pour les livraisons en 2010
Ca sera 2011 février et mars pour 3 avions
Et 17 au total dans l'année.

A priori le programme sera rentabilisé à 369 livraisons (2018)

http://www.flightglobal.com/articles/2010/12/16/351017/sukhoi-sets-delivery-dates-for-first-three-superjets.html


Sukhoi has set the timeframe for handing over three serially-built examples of its Superjet 100 to launch customers in the first quarter of 2011.

The company says it will deliver the first twinjet, serial number 95007, to Armenian flag-carrier Armavia in February and the other two, 95008 and 95010, to Aeroflot in March.

A spokesman for Sukhoi indicates that the type is to receive certification from the CIS airworthiness authority ARMAK in 2010, which would allow both airlines to put all three aircraft into commercial service without delay.

Over the next year the manufacturer intends to supply 17 Superjet 100s. It expects to achieve break-even on the project costs in 2018 after having sold 369 aircraft.

The spokesman says the Superjet programme envisages producing 893 aircraft and yielding $5.5 billion in profits on sales revenue of $31.5 billion.


Finalement il n'y a que le CRJ1000 cette année non ?
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Re: Sukhoi Superjet 100

Message par Poncho (Admin) le Jeu 16 Déc 2010 - 17:27

ReBonsoir
Un petit peu plus de détails ici

http://www.aviationweek.com/aw/generic/story.jsp?id=news/awx/2010/12/16/awx_12_16_2010_p0-277656.xml&headline=Superjet 100 Delivery Delayed Again&channel=comm

Certification "basique attendue" avec ouverture à des atterissages en conditions plus difficiles en fin d'année

Important de noter que le simulateur ne semble pas encore complétement opérationnel affraid

Certification EASA pour juillet, si celle-ci veut bien certifier qui va évoluer assez vite


Sukhoi will miss its goal of beginning customer deliveries of the Superjet 100 regional jet this year.

After several rounds of delay, Sukhoi was pressing hard to meet the 2010 in-service goal, but now is having to satisfy itself with obtaining a partial Russian certification, which is still planned by year-end. Approval of some technical issues also is being deferred, with Basic Area Navigation performance and Category III landing capabilities not due to be finalized until next year, Sukhoi officials acknowledge.

Armavia will receive its Superjet (SN95007) first. The aircraft is currently involved in certification work and due to be handed over in February.

Aeroflot’s first aircraft, SN95008, is currently in the paint shop and then due to undergo final delivery preparations. The aircraft is due to be handed over in March, around when a second one is due to be ready for Aeroflot, too. The airline has already included the Superjet 100 in its summer flight schedule.

Prior to the formal delivery, each airline will use its first aircraft to train pilots on the Superjet 100. That work is to start as soon as Russian authorities grant the type certificate. The work is important since a fully capable simulator is not, yet, ready.

The European Aviation Safety Agency is slated to grant its type certificate by July, although that remains contingent on the willingness of authorities to issue the document with only CAT II landing capabilities for later expansion.



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Re: Sukhoi Superjet 100

Message par Poncho (Admin) le Mar 21 Déc 2010 - 16:46

Bon en attendant les essais se poursuivent

Décollage / arret réalisé à la masse de 45.9t

Test d'evacuation à 98 personnes réalisé en 73 s (contre 90 s pour la certif)

http://www.flightglobal.com/articles/2010/12/21/351191/superjet-completes-rejected-take-off-and-evacuation.html


Sukhoi has carried out a rejected take-off test with its Superjet 100 aircraft, as well as an evacuation trial, as part of its certification effort for the type.

It used one of the flying prototypes, number 95003, for the rejected take-off, performed in co-operation with the Russian certification authorities.

Sukhoi says the test, an aborted take-off run under maximum braking, is the "most difficult" of the certification requirements.

"The braking speed parameters are set for the conditions of a hot-and-high airport, with maximum tailwind," it states, adding that the test aircraft weighed 45.9t and was travelling at over 160kt.

"The brakes at the beginning are worn down to minimum thickness [and] the tests are performed without thrust reversers."

Sukhoi says the aircraft travelled about 700m (2,300ft) after braking commenced.

Goodrich and Michelin supply the wheels, brakes and tyres for the twin-engined aircraft. Sukhoi says the undercarriage did not catch fire during the test.

Sukhoi used its first serial production airframe, number 95007, for the evacuation test, conducted in a hangar at the Moscow Zhukovsky flight centre.

It says that 98 volunteer passengers and five crew members escaped in 73s, easily meeting the 90s criteria. The test was carried out under the observation of European Aviation Safety Agency personnel.

"The results were evaluated through synchronised video recording from the passenger cabin and outside each of the two emergency slides," says Sukhoi. While the aircraft has four doors, only half are permitted to be used during the certification test.

Sukhoi says the two tests showed that the aircraft fully complied with European and Russian certification criteria.


Qq remarques :

45.9t c'est la version non LR, la LR étant donné pour 49.5 t ... il faudra refaire le test.
98 places c'est la config standard... la dense étant à 103 places

A suivre


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Re: Sukhoi Superjet 100

Message par Poncho (Admin) le Lun 17 Jan 2011 - 13:40

Bonjour à tous

Une image sympa d'un SSJ en livrée Armavia

http://www.flightglobal.com/articles/2011/01/15/351904/picture-first-armavia-superjet-awaits-delivery.html

Et un lien vers la galerie Flickr

http://www.flickr.com/photos/superjetinternational


(OK j'ai un faible pour cet avion)


En outre commande de 15 SSJ version B "LR" Pour Interjet au mexique

Mexican low-cost carrier Interjet has placed an order for 15 Superjet aircraft, plus 5 options, choosing the long-range version of the aircraft.

Deliveries are expected to begin in second-half of 2012.

Interjet has also signed a 10-year Supercare agreement for after-sales support on the aircraft.

It will operate them in a 98 seat configuration.

http://www.flightglobal.com/articles/2011/01/17/351922/mexicos-interjet-orders-15-superjets.html

Intéressant de voir des commandes hors sphère d'influence russe
Intéressant aussi le SUPERCARE... signé avec le contrat



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Re: Sukhoi Superjet 100

Message par Poncho (Admin) le Mar 18 Jan 2011 - 11:01

Bonjour à tous

http://www.ainonline.com/news/single-news-page/article/mexicos-interjet-orders-ssj100s-as-delayed-certification-approaches-28211/


SuperJet International has secured another key export order for the SSJ100 airliner, while acknowledging that certification of the type has stalled once again. Sukhoi now expects Russian approval for the 100-seater at the end of January–a month past the most recent slipped deadline of December 28.

At a press conference today in Venice, Italy, Mexican airline Interjet signed a $650 million contract covering firm orders for 15 SSJ100s and options for five more. Interjet currently operates 22 Airbus A320s and holds an order for a dozen more. According to Miguel Aleman Magnani, the operator’s executive president, Interjet chose the SSJ100 because it offers the performance to cope with high-altitude locations, such as Mexico City (8,057 feet msl) and Toluca (9,186 feet msl).

“We will receive our aircraft in a low-density configuration, with 93 seats and a 34-inch pitch, the same adopted on our A320s, to maintain our brand image as a comfortable low-cost airline,” Aleman Magnani told AIN. Interjet expects to receive its first SSJ100 in July 2012, following cabin outfitting by SuperJet International’s Venice, Italy factory in the spring of that year.

Mikhail Pogosyan, general director of SuperJet’s main shareholder, Sukhoi Civil Aircraft, said that the company has finished all SSJ100 flight testing. He predicted that authorities would issue certification by the end of January, followed by first deliveries to Russian carrier Aeroflot and Armavia of Armenia in March.



Qq petites choses intéressantes

Certfication russe confirmée pour la fin de ce mois
Config des avions d'interjet à 34" de pitch donc 93 places et non 98 comme rapporté précédemment



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Re: Sukhoi Superjet 100

Message par Poncho (Admin) le Mer 19 Jan 2011 - 9:29

Y a des hauts et des bas

http://www.flightglobal.com/articles/2011/01/18/351983/superjet-western-launch-customer-itali-dropped-from-order.html


Superjet Western launch customer ItAli dropped from order book
By Kerry Reals

Italian carrier ItAli Airlines, which became the first Western customer for the Sukhoi Superjet 100 in 2007, has been dropped from Superjet International's firm order book.

The carrier placed a firm order for 10 Superjet 100s plus 10 options during the 2007 Farnborough air show, becoming the Western launch customer for the Russian-built regional jet.

However, the order does not appear in Superjet International's latest list of firm orders.

A Superjet International spokeswoman says the order is "on hold" because "ItAli Airlines, like many others in the mature market, faced some difficulties and is now in the process of establishing itself with new management".

ItAli Airlines could not immediately be reached for comment.

Hungarian flag carrier Malev's letter of intent for 30 Superjet 100s is also on hold due to a change in management at the airline.

Superjet International's order book now lists a total of 71 firm orders, while Sukhoi Civil Aircraft's firm order book lists 99 firm customers.

Itali à la trappe (pour le moment)
Malex en suspend aussi
En attendant les réorganisations de ces boites... suspicion /évasion fiscale d'ailleurs pour les chefs d'Itali
71 commandes fermes finalement seulement quand on laisse de côté les options et les LOI


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Re: Sukhoi Superjet 100

Message par Poncho (Admin) le Ven 21 Jan 2011 - 23:03

Bonjour à tous

http://www.flightglobal.com/articles/2011/01/20/352032/sukhoi-leans-towards-stretched-version-of-superjet-100.html



A decision on whether to produce a larger or smaller version of the Sukhoi Superjet 100 will be made by the time of the Paris air show in June, but the Russian manufacturer is leaning towards a stretched version.

Superjet International chief executive Carlo Logli says Sukhoi is "passing through a review of the product family", but is "more interested in a stretched version than a shrunk version". The stretched version would have between 100 and 130 seats.

"We would prefer to go up rather than down [in size] but the market will tell us," says Logli. "By Paris we will make it clear to everyone."

Sukhoi has 10 aircraft in production and plans to produce 14 Superjets in 2011. Sukhoi Holdings general director Mikhail Pogosyan says that in the coming two to three years the production rate will increase to between 40 and 50 aircraft a year, rising to between 60 and 70 once other members of the family are launched.

Russian industry minister Viktor Khristenko, during a recent visit to the Perm engine plant, suggested that the Aviadvigatel PD-14 engine would be applicable to an aircraft he identified as the "Superjet 130".


Une réflexion est en cours sur la prochaine variante du SSJ
Version 130 places pourrait être annoncée pour le bourget
Etonnant par contre l'évocation d'une motorisation PD14 qui est normalement prévu pour le MS21 (et qui pèse juste 1 t de plus par moteur)

Bonne soirée


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Re: Sukhoi Superjet 100

Message par Poncho (Admin) le Dim 23 Jan 2011 - 17:26

Bonsoir,

http://www.flightglobal.com/articles/2011/01/20/352033/interjet-lays-out-reasons-for-selecting-superjet-100.html



Mexican low-cost carrier Interjet plans to deploy the fleet of Sukhoi Superjet 100 regional jets it has just ordered on thinner domestic routes and some cross-border services.

Most of the aircraft will be used to operate "less dense" domestic routes, but some will be designated for international services such as Cancun to Miami and Cuba.

Interjet chief executive José Luis Garza says the Superjet 100 was selected because it scored highly on a number of criteria that the carrier had set out in its regional jet wishlist. These criteria included a strong operational performance in high altitude locations because, as Garza explains, Mexico City is at an altitude of 7,900ft (2,400m).

Garza highly rates the quality of the aircraft: "On a typical regional jet you have to degrade the quality, but with this [Superjet 100] we believe the quality standard is very close to an Airbus A320."

Interjet will start taking delivery of its Superjets in the second half of 2012 and deliveries are scheduled to run until 2014. The carrier has signed a firm agreement for 15 of the jets plus five options.


A priori points à noter : confort à priori comparable à l'A320
Capacité sur des aéroports hot et high... Mexico 2400 m mais je crois qu'ils ont un hub à 2700 m

Ca c'est intéressant notamment pour le Sam146.

La même chose en video



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Re: Sukhoi Superjet 100

Message par Poncho (Admin) le Mer 26 Jan 2011 - 10:54

Le superjet en couv de Flight global...

http://www.flightglobal.com/blogs/aircraft-pictures/2011/01/superjet-in-interjet-livery-on.html

La certification russe devrait tomber cette semaine


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Re: Sukhoi Superjet 100

Message par Poncho (Admin) le Ven 28 Jan 2011 - 15:15

Et elle est tombée

Ce coup ci c'est la bonne

http://www.superjet100.com/mediacenter/press/00298/


January 28, 2011, Moscow – IAC AR, the Russian certification authority has taken the decision to grant Type Certification to Sukhoi Superjet 100 airplane. The certificate is a result of an unprecedented vast certification campaign performed by IAC AR, Certification Centers, Sukhoi Civil Aircraft as the aircraft developer and Alenia Aeronautica, which was involved in Noise and HIRF testing.

The Type certificate confirms the compliance of the aircraft with the IAC certification norms and airworthiness directives thus opening the way to start commercial operation.

Simultaneously the IAC AR, basing on the audit of the aircraft development quality system and Sukhoi Civil Aircraft performance, has taken the decision to grant Design Organization Approval certificate to Sukhoi Civil Aircraft Company.

The Official Ceremony on the occasion of this milestone is scheduled for February 3, 2011 at IAC AR Headquarters in Moscow.


Bonne nouvelle donc...
Ce coup ci ils sont à l'heure
Les livraisons vont commencer

Reste la certif de la version B (LR) qui sera commercialisée l'année prochaine.
Reste la certif EASA... pour le milieu de l'année...

A suivre


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Re: Sukhoi Superjet 100

Message par Beochien le Ven 28 Jan 2011 - 15:41

Merci Poncho !

C'est très bien, ça avance !
La preuve que l'industrie Russe se met à jour, dans l'aviation du moins!

Mon pronostique ...
Je sens venir un jour ou l'autre qq échanges avec Pratt & Whitney, du genre ...
Du GTF dans l'air pour l'avenir avec un assemblage Russe pour le MS21 et un modèle pour les Superjet !

P&W va avoir des PB d'assemblage, rien n'est vraiment prévu, pour leurs GTF en quantités, si ça monte vraiment en cadence!
A Mirabel, je doutes qu'ils aient envie de tout produire là bas !

Le SAM146, c'est plutôt bien , mais une génération en retard, ça freine les ventes qq part !

JPRS
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Re: Sukhoi Superjet 100

Message par Poncho (Admin) le Ven 28 Jan 2011 - 15:52

Le SaM est quand même un peu russe
Pourquoi freinerait t'il les ventes ? tant que cela ? il est normalement mieux que les CF34-10E (à vérifier)
Le MRJ qui a un PW1217G ne se vend pas si bien...

D'ailleurs... du SaM146 au PW1217G il y a +20 cm de diamètre sur la soufflante (1.22 à 1.42) et une poussée max simulaire : 15400 lbs pour la Sam146 (17500 en cas de panne au décollage) contre 17000 pour le PW1217G...

Pb de dia
Pb de poids ?
Pb de contrat ?


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Re: Sukhoi Superjet 100

Message par Beochien le Ven 28 Jan 2011 - 16:16

PB de prix surtout !

Le SAM pas cher !
Les JAP'S trop chers en aviation !
Ligne à suivre pour P&W !
Des GTF pas trop chers ... sinon, pas de place en Russie !

Le :PW1217G ..;
Pas forcément la meilleure réussite du GTF ... dilution un peu short, et techno pas trop récente pour le coeur, un hybride un peu rare !
Juste mon avis !

Pour les Russes, le Superjet, il faudrait re-descendre à partir des dernières itérations du GTF !

Pour cette raison, SNECMA est tranquille pour 2-4 ans !

Mon idée, les changements et autres certifications, sont peut être longues en Russie, mais infiniment moins chères, donc inventer des changements, n'est pas du tout interdit par les financiers !

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Re: Sukhoi Superjet 100

Message par Poncho (Admin) le Ven 28 Jan 2011 - 16:59

Le point clé : NPO est sur le SaM


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Re: Sukhoi Superjet 100

Message par Beochien le Ven 28 Jan 2011 - 17:16

Ben, il n'y a pas que NPO en Russie ...

Pures spéculations bien sûr !
Mais nécessité fait loi et une double motorisation à l'occidentale pourrait être la bienvenue (Chez Bombardier aussi) pour passer à la vitesse supérieure, et voir les marchés en grand au lieu de se laisser "Plumer" ses ventes à cause des exigences $$$, ou le manque de perf's des motoristes, les Italiens en charge du mktg, le feront sûrement remarquer !!

Pas exclu que RR se réveille un jour, non plus, ils finiront bien par sortir qq chose dans les basses puissances !

JPRS
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Re: Sukhoi Superjet 100

Message par aeroduO5 le Sam 29 Jan 2011 - 14:10

Bonjour à tous.

Je pense franchement que le Sam 146 a de beaux jours devant lui sous l'aile du SSJ.
Les russes ne seront pas pressés de changer de moteur.

De plus il ne faut pas oublier que le marché principal du SSJ est constitué des pays de la CEI. Sans ces pays le prix compte beaucoup et le SSJ apporte une vraie amélioration par rapport aux avions ex URSS. Donc c'est un peu il y a mieux mais c 'est plus cher donc on prend ce qu'on nous donne.
Quant à PW ils ont selon moi bien d'autres choses faire.

Enfin je crois que l'avion est bien né au vu des contrats qu'il a décroché en dehors de la spère d'influence russe. Le prix ne peut pas seul expliquer ces succès.
Donc pour finir je dis que cet avion a été conçu avec les bons compromis. On ne l'aurait pas fait comme ça ailleurs mais vu le marché auquel il est destiné, c'est un excellent avion.
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Re: Sukhoi Superjet 100

Message par Poncho (Admin) le Lun 31 Jan 2011 - 10:37

Salut Aerodu05

Je me répète mais je l'aime bien cet avion
Ce n'est pas une offre low cost parce que l'avion est à la pointe de la techno actuelle, mais c'est une proposition optimisée en termes de prix.
15 avions + 10 ans de support pour un prix de 650 m$ ça fait 43.3 m$ par avion

Pour les E-jet j'ai trouvé ça
http://www.embraer.com/en-US/ImprensaEventos/Press-releases/noticias/Pages/EMBRAER-E-FLYBE-ASSINAM-ENCOMENDA-QUE-PODE-ATINGIR-US$-5,0-BILHÕES.aspx
35 E175 à 37 millions pièce (prix catalogue)

Revenons au SSJ

Pour l'instant la certif est avec une approche cat2... la cat 3 est disponible pour la fin de l'année 2011
Elle n'est que russe, mais les Sam146 sont déjà certif EASA et les pilotes de l'EASA ont déjà eu en main l'avion pendant le processus.

Carnet de commande en fait : 170 commandes pour le SSJ : 71 via superjetinternational et 99 via sukhoi


Livraisons 14 appareils à la livraison cette année
40 à 50 par an d'ici 2013-2014
70 par an avec les variantes

La variante d'ici le bourget (vers le haut ou le bas selon le marché)

Retour sur la commande d'Interjet (depuis le 27/10... qu'elle est signée)

- Confort : même classe que l'A320
- Capacité hot et high (Mexico : 2240 m, toluca : 2580 m). Les étapes étant relativement courtes : 600 Nm par rapport à la distance franchissable offerte par le SSJ100-95LR.

J'imagine que le prix compte aussi.


Une bonne synthèse ici

http://www.ainonline.com/news/single-news-page/article/on-cusp-of-certification-superjet-gains-big-order-28275/?no_cache=1


Superjet International secured a key export order for the SSJ100 last month, while SSJ manufacturer Sukhoi Civil Aircraft (SCAC) acknowledged that certification of the 95-seat regional jet had stalled once again to the end of last month–some four weeks later than the most recent slipped deadline of December 28.

At a January 17 press conference in Venice, Italy, Sukhoi Civil Aircraft general director Mikhail Pogosyan said that the company has finished all SSJ100 flight testing. First deliveries, he said, would follow more than a month after Russian certification, to domestic flag carrier Aeroflot and Armavia of Armenia in March.

Meanwhile, Mexican airline Interjet signed a $650 million contract covering firm orders for 15 SSJ100s and options for five more. Interjet currently operates 22 Airbus A320s and holds an order for a dozen more. According to Miguel Aleman Magnani, the operator’s executive president, Interjet chose the SSJ100 because it offers the performance to cope with high-altitude locations, such as Mexico City and Toluca.

“We will receive our aircraft in a low-density configuration, with 93 seats at 34-inch pitch, the same adopted on our A320s, to maintain our brand image as a comfortable low-cost airline,” Aleman Magnani told AIN. Interjet expects to receive its first SSJ100 in July next year, following cabin outfitting by Superjet International’s Venice, Italy factory in the spring.

Although the initial certificate issued by Russia’s AR MAK/IAC AR certification authority will allow only for Category 2 landing capability, the final version of the avionics software, expected from Thales by year-end, will allow for Category 3 landings.

In the meantime, “the factory and the production processes have already been certified by the EASA,” Carmelo Cosentino, recently appointed as Superjet International chairman, told AIN. Moreover, most of the Western-made equipment, including the Powerjet SaM146 engines, has already gained European approval, and the Superjet team expressed confidence that the airplane would gain EASA certification within six months of Russian approval. Notably, EASA pilot teams have flown the aircraft with their Russian counterparts regularly for more than a year-and-a-half.

“We have currently 10 aircraft [in] production and we plan to build a total of 14 SSJ100s this year,” Pogosyan said. By the end of the year SCAC expects to have delivered some six to eight aircraft to Russian and CIS operators. Thereafter, the company expects production to accelerate. “In two to three years we will reach a production rate of between 40 and 50 aircraft a year,” Pogosyan said, “while the full rate of 60 to 70 aircraft will be reached when other members of the Superjet family are added.”

Discussing future potential models, newly appointed Superjet Interational CEO Carlo Logli said that the market will drive the choice and that discussions are under way among shareholders to decide the next steps. “While in the initial stage we were forecasting a possible shortened version, around 75 seats, my current personal view is that the market might push us toward a stretched version, let’s say 120 passengers, rather than toward a smaller one, but no decision has yet been taken,” he said, adding that the partners might elaborate in June at the Paris Air Show. Moreover, three special versions–executive, corporate and government–remain in the preliminary engineering phase.

Currently, Superjet said it can count on firm orders for 170 airplanes, including the last one announced. Of those, SCAC has collected 99–30 from Aeroflot, 30 from Indonesia’s Kartika Airlines, 24 from Russia’s Avialeasing, 10 from Russia’s FLC (Financial Leasing Company), two from Armavia and three from a Laotian company. For its part, Superjet International has signed orders for 71 aircraft–30 from Bermuda-based Pearl Aircraft, six from Willis Lease Finance of the U.S., 20 from an undisclosed customer and, finally, the 15 from Interjet, with options for an additional 24.

Sitting in the SSJ100-95 mock-up at Superjet headquarters in Venice minutes after signing the $650 million contract, Miguel Aleman Magnani, executive president of the Mexican airline and son of Miguel Aleman Velasco, founder and chairman of the board, also in Venice, emphasized the importance of the Russian aircraft’s hot-and-high performance and comfort.

“We like to be considered a first-class low-cost airline, so we want our customers to be able to step out from an intercontinental flight and board our aircraft finding similar comfort and without having to drop their hand luggage,” said Aleman Magnani.

Performance from high-altitude airports will prove vital for operation from Interjet’s two hubs. Mexico City sits at 7,341 feet msl and, even more critical, Toluca–the airline’s main operating base–lies at 8,458 feet msl. “When the Superjet becomes operational, we will be able to use it on our regional routes, and this will allow us to increase our international activities using our A320s,” Aleman Magnani added. SSJ100s will operate on routes averaging 600 nm.

Although the Interjet contract marks the first firm deal with a Western airline, a customer that until now has preferred to remain undisclosed and might become known at the Paris Air Show has signed a further contract for 20 aircraft. In fact, until recently the Interjet contract has remained under wraps since the deal was signed last October 27. Perhaps not coincidentally, the announcement came a few days before the launch of an initial public stock offering for Interjet. Last year Interjet accounted for 25 percent of commercial aircraft movements in Mexico.

The company is active in environmental issues and has been investigating the use of biofuel. It hopes to participate in a first flight with zero CO2 residuals at the next Paris Air Show with Airbus, Safran and Honeywell.

Commenting on last December’s decision by Alitalia to choose a competitor’s aircraft, Giuseppe Giordo, CEO of Superjet International shareholder Alenia Aeronautica, said, “We [learned of] the decision through the press, and were not even allowed to submit our final offer; they decided to buy an aircraft that is more expensive [20 Embraer E170s and E190s] and have a lesser operational capacity, but it was their choice.”

As for a potential contract with Air Italy, discussions continue. “Although I am strongly grateful to the leasing companies that trusted and supported us until now, it was time to have on board an airline that will allow us to have direct input from operations,” said Logli, adding that the Interjet contract definitely “opens doors” in Central and Latin America. The next few months might bring in a first European contract, he said, followed by a North American airline customer. Some potential North American customers have already expressed interest, said Logli, and FAA certification should prove a smooth process once the aircraft earns EASA approval.

Although mostly a Russian aircraft, the SSJ100 nonetheless carries significant Italian content, and not only in shareholding and commercial aspects; Alenia Aermacchi produces engine nacelles, Avio makes components for the SaM146 engines, Magnaghi manufactures part of the landing gear and SMEs in the Naples area produce interiors. Moreover Superjet International in Venice is responsible for engineering all customer-specified modifications.




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Message par Poncho (Admin) le Jeu 3 Fév 2011 - 21:55

Bonsoir,
http://www.aviationweek.com/aw/generic/story.jsp?id=news/awx/2011/02/03/awx_02_03_2011_p0-287067.xml&headline=Superjet&Receives&Initial&Type&Certificate&channel=comm


Russian regulators on Feb 3 are formally handing over the type certificate for Sukhoi’s Superjet 100 regional jet, clearing the way for the two lead customers to start operating the aircraft.
The milestone caps a process that began in April 2004 and has seen a series of delays. The formal handover of the certificate – granted on Jan. 28 -- by Russia’s Interstate Aviation Committee (AR IAC) effectively clears the use of the RJ in Russia and 11 other former-Soviet republics.
But despite more than 1,000 flights and 2,500 flight test hours, the certification work is far from complete. Officials from the Sukhoi Civil Aircraft Co. (SCAC) acknowledge that the certificate comes with restrictions on the Superjet 100 operations, including operations at temperatures between +40 and -40 degrees Celsius and at airports with an altitudes no higher than 1500 meters. The aircraft also is limited to Category II landing.
What is more, it will not be until at least mid-2011 that the IAC certificate is expected to be validated by the European Aviation Safety Agency. Furthermore, clearance for Category IIIA landings is not expected until year end.
Aeroflot and Armenia’s Armavia are the lead operators of the Superjet 100. Both are to receive their aircraft before April. The first aircraft for Aeroflot (#95008) logged its maiden flight at a Sukhoi facility in Komsomolsk-on-Amur on January 31. The first Armavia’s Superjet 100 #95007 has been flying since November.
SCAC promises to roll out 14 more aircraft this year. One of the bottlenecks is engine supply from PowerJet – the joint venture between NPO Saturn and Snecma. At the end of 2010, NPO Saturn CEO Ilya Fedorov promised to deliver 34 SaM146 turbofans this year. The IAC on January 31 cleared serial production of the engine. According to Yuri Basyuk, head of SaM146 program at NPO Saturn, this will allow production plans for 2011-2012 to be met. Approval for assembling of the pre-production batch of 10 SaM146 that are being installed on the first Superjets going to customers was granted in August 2010.
The backlog for Superjet 100s stands at 170 orders. The latest order for 15 aircraft with 5 in option came from the Mexican low-cost carrier Interjet in mid-January.
Les limites de la certification, en température, en altitude et en catégorie d'atterrissage...
Et le rappel du challenge de la prod, notamment pour les moteurs

Bonne soirée


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Re: Sukhoi Superjet 100

Message par Poncho (Admin) le Mar 8 Fév 2011 - 8:17

Bonjour à tous

Le SSJ de série pour aeroflot est en vol

Une synthèse intéressante... indiquant notamment que le SSJ a subit des chocs aviaires lors de ses essais (mouettes) cellule + moteurs... sans soucis.

http://www.flightglobal.com/articles/2011/02/07/352845/pictures-first-aeroflot-superjet-takes-to-the-air.html

Les photos sont sympas



Sukhoi has conducted the maiden flight of Aeroflot’s first Sukhoi Superjet 100 in the Russian flag-carrier’s colours.

Aircraft 95008 performed the 50min sortie from Dzemgi Airport outside of Komsomolsk-on-Amur, where the aircraft are manufactured, on 31 January.

“In 2011 we plan the transfer of a few more [Superjet] aircraft to customers,” says the airframer.

Test pilot Leonid Chikunov says the aircraft did not suffer any major failure of its control and safety systems during the two-and-a-half-year flight-test programme, which led to Russian type certification last month.

He says the twinjet is easy and comfortable to fly. Chikunov also reveals that the aircraft experienced a birdstrike involving five gulls during a flight at Moscow Zhukovsky, two of which were ingested by one of the type’s PowerJet SaM146 engines, but that this was not reflected by the aircraft’s operation.

Russia’s United Aircraft, in its preliminary figures for 2010, lists 155 Superjets on its order portfolio, which also claims 96 Antonov An-148s, 51 Tupolev Tu-204/214s, and 190 MS-21s – the airframer’s latest family – along with three Ilyushin Il-96s.

Last year United Aircraft delivered just seven commercial airframes, four of them An-148s which went to Rossiya.

Two of the others were Tupolev Tu-204s for financial firm VTB-Leasing and North Korea’s Air Koryo, while the remaining aircraft was a Tu-214 for the Russian presidential air fleet.

United Aircraft says the number of aircraft delivered to customers was reduced as a result of some deliveries being transferred to the first half of this year.


A noter les faibles livraisons d'UAC.

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Re: Sukhoi Superjet 100

Message par Beochien le Mar 8 Fév 2011 - 8:58

Bonjour,

Des mouettes ?? ou des goélands ?
Ce n'est pas le même calibre !
Bien pour les moteurs en tout cas, c'est sécurisant.

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Re: Sukhoi Superjet 100

Message par Poncho (Admin) le Mar 8 Fév 2011 - 9:04

Gulls = mouette ?


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Message par Beochien le Mar 8 Fév 2011 - 9:27

Ouais Gull, Sea Gull, c'est le même nom ... si on ne précise pas l'espèce !

Je soulignais, par ce qu'une mouette c'est +/- un pigeon, et qu'un goéland c'est parfois de la taille d'un poulet (Et pas du tendre !)! Foi de marin à voile !
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Re: Sukhoi Superjet 100

Message par Poncho (Admin) le Sam 19 Fév 2011 - 22:58

Bonsoir à tous

Delta Air Lines has received a bid from the Sukhoi Superjet 100 in response to a request for proposal for as many 200 narrowbodies, according to sources close to the situation.
The Superjet is now confirmed among five likely bidders for Delta's contract.
Since Delta released the RFP in early January, Delta CEO Richard Anderson has favourably commented on the Pratt & Whitney PW1000G geared turbofan (GTF), which powers the Airbus A320neo and the Bombardier CSeries.
Anderson also said Boeing, which may offer a re-engined or clean-sheet 737, must equal the performance of the GTF-powered aircraft in the competition. Embraer is also expected to bid for the contract.
Delta is considering a wide range of aircraft types to replace Airbus A320s, Boeing 757-200s and DC-9s after 2013.
Flightglobal's ACAS fleet database shows Delta operates 69 Airbus A320s, 34 DC9-50s and 167 Boeing 757-200s.
Sukhoi Superjet, which is marketed in the US by Alenia North America, received Russian


Delta Air Lines has received a bid from the Sukhoi Superjet 100 in response to a request for proposal for as many 200 narrowbodies, according to sources close to the situation.
The Superjet is now confirmed among five likely bidders for Delta's contract.
Since Delta released the RFP in early January, Delta CEO Richard Anderson has favourably commented on the Pratt & Whitney PW1000G geared turbofan (GTF), which powers the Airbus A320neo and the Bombardier CSeries.
Anderson also said Boeing, which may offer a re-engined or clean-sheet 737, must equal the performance of the GTF-powered aircraft in the competition. Embraer is also expected to bid for the contract.
Delta is considering a wide range of aircraft types to replace Airbus A320s, Boeing 757-200s and DC-9s after 2013.
Flightglobal's ACAS fleet database shows Delta operates 69 Airbus A320s, 34 DC9-50s and 167 Boeing 757-200s.
Sukhoi Superjet, which is marketed in the US by Alenia North America, received Russian

Gonflé
Compte tenu de la config actuelle des avions ex northwest

McDonnell Douglas DC-9-30 27 ex 100(16/84)
McDonnell Douglas DC-9-40 7 ex 110(16/94)
McDonnell Douglas DC-9-50 34 ex 125(16/109)

On voit que le SSJ100 en classes est très court
Question ? Une variante allongée a t'elle été proposé ?


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Re: Sukhoi Superjet 100

Message par Beochien le Dim 20 Fév 2011 - 1:15

Bonsoir !

Le lien Poncho ! :
http://www.flightglobal.com/articles/2011/02/18/353413/superjet-responds-to-delta-rfp.html

Que ferait le CEO d'une grande Airline ...
Si il se retrouvait devant un avionneur sans beaucoup de concurrence, avec un avion, et un moteur vendu un peu cher, car il est exclusif et aussi probablement le meilleur du moment !

Ben il convoque beaucoup de monde pour essayer de créer une impression de forte concurrence!

Un pavé dans la cour de Bombardier pour l'instant !
Et un dans la cour d'Airbus (Ou de Boeing), sais pas trop dans quel sens le prendre !
A peu prés pour les mêmes raisons, dommage que le MS21 et le COMAC 919 ne soient peut être pas assez avancés, ils seraient aussi consultables !

http://www.flightglobal.com/articles/2011/02/17/353282/ms-21-heads-for-design-freeze.html

Richard Anderson aime bien le GTF de P&W, il l'a dit, mais il ne le payera pas à n'importe quel prix (Il Essayera du moins)!
Al Baker non plu !

Par contre, je sens que ça avance bien plus vite que prévu !
Et les dates d'EIS estimées(Présumées par Delta disons) pourraient bien compter et créer qq surprises et peser dans la balance des choix !

Delta pourrait ne pas attendre l'avalanche du Bourget pour se positionner , s'il reçoivent déjà des propositions, formelles, c'est qu'il les ont demandées, et spécifiées qq part!

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Re: Sukhoi Superjet 100

Message par Poncho (Admin) le Jeu 24 Fév 2011 - 12:25

Mise en place de la formation des pilotes et mécano sol pour le SSJ

http://www.superjetinternational.com/en/media-center/press-releases/2011/news_0001.html

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SuperJet International (SJI) - a joint venture between Alenia Aeronautica, a Finmeccanica Company, and Sukhoi Holding - has launched the first Aeroflot Flight Crew Training Course at its Training Center facility in Moscow.

SuperJet International, which is in charge of the Sukhoi Superjet 100 (SSJ100) sales in the Western markets, is also responsible for training and after-sales support all over the world.
Given the international nature of the product, SuperJet International has established two facilities based in Venice and in Moscow for its training opportunities.

The “Type Rating course for Aeroflot pilots” on the SSJ100 is a necessary step aimed at introducing of the Sukhoi Superjet 100 into the commercial operations.

This recovery course, managed by SJI instructors, will involve three Aeroflot crews and will have a duration of 24 days.

From next June SuperJet International will further enhance its training capacity with the availability of the first Full Flight Simulator.

On February 7th SuperJet International also started the first maintenance Type Training course on the SSJ100 for 12 Aeroflot engineers, with different skills and background, designated for the acceptance of the first aircraft. This theoretical course, combining airframe, systems, powerplant and avionics, is held inside Aeroflot Training Center at Sheremetievo airport and it engages SJI instructors and AFL trainees for 27 days.

SuperJet International Aviation Training Center facility in Moscow is ready to provide training on SSJ100 type to aviation personnel (pilots, flight attendants and maintenance staff) of airlines in Russia and in other countries, in accordance with Russian Federal Aviation (RosAviaciya) approval obtained on February 2nd

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24 jours pour la conversion des pilotes

Un simulateur complet prévu pour juin !
J'en conclue que le simu est encore plus à la bourre que l'avion : est-ce normal ?
J'avais en tête que les pilotes d'essais s'entrainaient d'abord au simu avant le premier vol (A400M, 787 ?) On ne parle peut être pas du même simulateur


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Re: Sukhoi Superjet 100

Message par Poncho (Admin) le Jeu 31 Mar 2011 - 14:55

Bonjour à tous

Deux infos :

1) fin de la première cession de formation des pilotes russes sur SSJ
2) premier vol prévu le 12 avril

Les liens

http://french.ruvr.ru/2011/03/23/47852578.html

Le premier-né des Avions civils Sukhoï, le moyen-courrier Sukhoï SuperJet-100 (SSJ-100), effectuera son premier vol commercial le 12 avril, a annoncé mercredi le gouvernement de la région de Khabarovsk dans un communiqué mis en ligne sur son site.

"Le premier vol commercial d'un SSJ-100 a été fixé au 12 avril. Il s'agit d'un vol Erevan-Moscou qui sera effectué par la compagnie arménienne Armavia", indique le communiqué.

Infographie: SuperJet-100: l'espoir de l'aéronautique russe

Conçu par l'entreprise russe Avions civils Sukhoï en partenariat avec Boeing, l'avion de ligne Sukhoï SuperJet-100 est capable de transporter 98 passagers sur une distance de 4.400 km. Ce projet regroupe plus de 30 entreprises de différents pays. Le premier prototype du SuperJet-100 a été présenté au public le 26 septembre 2007 à l'usine de Komsomolsk-sur-Amour (Extrême-Orient russe).

A l'heure actuelle, les Avions civils Sukhoï comptent 122 commandes fermes pour cet appareil.

Et

http://superjet100.com/mediacenter/press/00306/


March 31, 2011, Moscow - SuperJet International (SJI) - a joint venture between Alenia Aeronautica, a Finmeccanica Company, and Sukhoi Holding - has completed Flight Crew Training Course for Aeroflot pilots at its Training Center facility in Moscow.

The “Type Rating course for Aeroflot pilots” on the SSJ100, conducted by SJI Staff Pilots had a duration of 24 days.

The courses involved three flight crews (6 pilots) in classroom sections which required the use of CBT (Computer Based Training), the FTD Type5 (Flight Training Device) based in Zhukovsky (Moscow Region) with the aim of FPTD (Flight Procedure Training Device).

In-flight training has been also accomplished by the use of SSJ100 Serial Number 5. Upon training completion, Aeroflot Crews have been certified by Federal Air Transport Agency (Ministry of Transport of Russian Federation).

“I am proud and honored to be one of the first airline pilots who took to the air the new Russian aircraft - states Eugene Voronin, Chief of the Aeroflot SSJ100 pilots team – the aircraft is reasonably easy to control. I was really impressed and I greatly appreciated its cockpit. The SSJ100 fully differs from the cockpit of any other Russian aircraft. It is comfortable, spacious, with wonderful onboard field of view and a side-stick instead of control column. I am sure that our passengers will enjoy the flight on the SSJ100 as well”.

“It is a major step ahead for SuperJet International – states Mr. Carlo Logli Chief Executive Officer - This proves that SJI Training Team is ready to provide training courses on SSJ100 type to pilots, flight attendants and maintenance staff of airlines in Russia and in other countries. Specific training programs for Aeroflot pilots have been developed in order to ensure the right entry level training. The initial training activities have been performed through the support of Sukhoi test pilots and the SJI international team of top-level flight and maintenance instructors. SuperJet International is working hard in order to meet Customers needs and maximize the aircraft’s availability. I am confident that the set up of a professional and experienced Training Organization will guarantee a smooth entry into service of the SSJ100”.

SuperJet International, which is in charge of the Sukhoi Superjet 100 (SSJ100) sales in the Western markets, is also responsible for training and after-sales support all over the world. Given the international nature of the product, SuperJet International has established two facilities based in Venice and in Moscow for its training opportunities.

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