Between 17 and 22 Sep 19, at “Teknofest” organised at Istanbul, Turkey, Sukhoi Civil has decided to display a 3 year old Sukhoi Superjet to prospective clients. This particular aircraft, number 95120 has seen service with European Airlines and has now be procured by Sukhoi Civil Aircraft Company. The idea is to show a real, European-certified, working machine, rather than a refined demonstrator aircraft. Potential customers will be able to see the condition of the aircraft after several years of operation.
The Sukhoi Superjet 100 or SSJ 100 is a regional designed and manufactured by Sukhoi, a division of the United Aircraft Corporation (UAC) of Russia. The aircraft was developed between 2000 and 2008; it entered commercial service in 2011. This regional aircraft seats between 87 passengers in a two class configuration and 108 passengers in single class configuration.
The SSJ 100 is 29.94 m long, has a wingspan of 27.80m and is 10.28 m tall. The fuselage is 3.46 m across and can seat passengers in a 3×2 configuration in the economy class. The SSJ 100 is powered by 2 SaM146 engines developed by French company Safran and Russian NPO Saturn. These engines produce a maximum thrust of 68.5 KN. This allows a maximum take off load of 45, 880 Kg and maximum payload of 12,245 kg. The SSJ 100 has a flight ceiling of 12,500 m and cruises at a speed of Mach 0.78 (828 km/h) and a top speed of Mach 0.81 (870 km/h). With 15.805 litres of aviation turbine fuel onboard, the SSJ 100 has a range of 3,048 km.