ZHUKOVSKY, Moscow Region, August 16 (Itar-Tass) — The Sukhoi Civil Planes Company and the Indonesian Sky Aviation Company signed a fixed-price contract for purchasing 12 airliners Sukhoi Superject-100.
The value of this big deal, concluded on Tuesday at the MAKS-2011 air show, is assessed at 380.4 million US dollars, Itar-Tass reports from the show. The periods of planes’ deliveries – 2012-2015. The memorandum of intent was signed by the sides last June at the Le Bourget air show.
The first serial Superject-100 was handed over to the start customer on April 19 – the Armenian Armania Air Company. The second – to Aeroflot on June 9. The jetliner spent in air over 168 hours in the first month of operation by the Armania Company, carrying over 2,885 passengers to the total distance of 85,800 kilometers.
The airliner was developed by the Sukhoi Civil Planes Company. Its stockholders include the Sukhoi holding – 75 percent and World’s Wing SA – 25 percent.