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Sukhoi Superjet 100

The Sukhoi Superjet 100 is a regional jet airplane in the 75-96 seats class, developed by the Russian company Sukhoi in cooperation with Alenia Aeronautica and consulting support of Boeing. The airplane is powered by 2 turbofan engines, developed by the French company Snecma in collaboration with the Russian company Saturn.
On May 9, 2012 a SSJ100 from the Sukhoi company flew into a mountain in Indonesia, killing all 45 people onboard.
 

Specifications

  S100 75 seats S100 95 seats
Prime contractor Sukhoi  
Primary task Civil airliner  
Type airplane Regional jet  
Length 26.44 meters 29.94 meters
Height 10.28 meters 10.28 meters
Wingspan 27.80 meters 27.80 meters
Wing area    
Aspect Ratio
   
Angle of sweep    
Dihedral / Anhedral    
Engines 2x PowerJet SaM146 turbofan
Thrust 7684 kgf (each)
Weight (empty)    
Weight (start, maximum (MTOW)) 38820 kg (basic)
42280 (long range)
42520 kg (basic)
45880 (long range
Weight (landing, maximum) 35000 kg 39400 kg
Required runway length (start) 1515 meters 1534 meters (basic)
1803 meters (long range)
Required runway length (landing)    
Cruise speed Mach 0.78
Maximum speed Mach 0.81
Ceiling 40,000 ft 40,000 ft
Maximum range 1570 nm / 2900 km 1590 nm / 2950 km (basic)
2390 nm / 4420 km (long range)
Fuel tank quantity (Max. trip fuel)    
Air-to-air-refueling (ATAR) capability no no
Passengers 68 / 78 / 83 86 / 98 / 103
Payload 9130 kg 12245 kg
Armament none
Maximum weapon load n.a.
Maximum G resistance + 2.5 G / -1.0 G
Radar none
Sensors  
Avionics  
Type flight controls fly-by-wire
Type landing gear  
Versions SSJ 100-75
SSJ 100-75LR
SSJ 100-95
SSJ 100-95LR
Produced in production
Crew 2
Costs    
Flight hour life  
First flight May 19, 2008
Operational since April 21, 2011
Successor of the n.a.
Similar airplane  
Operators (past and presently) Aeroflot, Armavia,


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Last updated: May 12, 2012