Sukhoi Superjet 100

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Sukhoi Superjet 100

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Sukhoi Superjet 100 Russian Regional Jet (RRJ), Russia

In June 2001, the Sukhoi Civil Aircraft Company (AVPK Sukhoi) announced the Russian Regional Jet (RRJ) programme. Sukhoi is responsible for design and manufacture of the aircraft. The Russian Aviation and Space Agency (Rosaviakosmos) and the Boeing Company agreed the joint development and marketing of the Russian Regional Jet and Sukhoi, Ilyushin and Boeing formally signed a joint industrial agreement in July 2001.

"The aircraft was renamed the Sukhoi Superjet 100 in July 2006."

Ilyushin is responsible for certification of the aircraft. Boeing is responsible for marketing activities (including sales and leasing) and after sales support (including operational logistics support, maintenance and spares). The aircraft was renamed the Sukhoi Superjet 100 in July 2006.

In March 2003, Rosaviakosmos announced the Russian government's selection of the Sukhoi RRJ to meet an initial build for 200 regional jets.

The 95-seat Superjet 100 was rolled out in September 2007 at the KnAAPO assembly plant in Komsolmosk-on-Amur, Siberia. The first flight of the aircraft is planned for June 2008. The aircraft is expected to achieve Russian certification in November 2008 and enter service in December 2008. European certification is planned for June 2009.


Firm orders have been received for over 70 aircraft plus 40 options from customers including: Aeroflot (30 plus 15 options), Sibir Airlines (50), Concord Aviation (20 plus 20), Dalavia Far East Airways (six), AirUnion (30), Armavia (two plus two) and ItAli Airlines (ten plus ten).

In September 2007, Sukhoi and Alenia Aeronautica set up a joint venture company, Superjet International. The company is owned 51% by Alenia and 49% by Sukhoi. The company will be responsible for marketing and support of the aircraft in the West. A completion and delivery centre will be set up in Venice, Italy.

VARIANTS

The Superjet 100-75 and -95 variants seat up to 78 and 98 passengers. Both variants are to be built in standard and long range versions.

The Superjet 100-95 will be the first aircraft to be built. The aircraft variants have maximum commonality in design, for example in structural design, system fits, avionics, landing gear, electrical systems and power systems.

The Superjet 100-75 seats up to 78 single class passengers. For airlines with a two-class passenger requirement, an alternative configuration provides eight passenger seats in the forward first-class cabin section and 62 tourist-class seats in the main passenger cabin. The cabin has two passenger doors on the port side and three service doors for fast embarkation and disembarkation and fast turnaround at the airport terminal.

"The Superjet 100-75 and -95 variants seat up to 78 and 98 passengers respectively."

There are underfloor baggage hold compartments in the lower section of the fuselage beneath the rear and forward cabins. The baggage compartment volume in the RRJ-75 is 16.1m³.

The Superjet 100-95, overall length 30m, is a stretched version of the baseline Superjet 100-75 with two additional plugs in the fuselage sections forward and aft of the wing.

DESIGN

Novosibirsk Aircraft Production Association (NAPO), a member of the Sukhoi Holding, will manufacture about 40% of the RRJ, including the nose section, vertical and horizontal tail surfaces and the auxiliary power unit.

The Komsomolsk-on-Amur Aircraft Production Association (KnAAPO), also a member of the Sukhoi Holding, will manufacture the low swept back wings. RRJ final assembly will take place in Komsomolsk-on-Amur.

The Superjet 100 airliners will conform to ground noise level requirements under ICAO Chapter 4 and FAR 36 Section 4 standards.

In March 2005, Sogitech of France and Sukhoi Civil Aircraft signed an agreement to jointly develop the specifications for creating interactive electronic technical publications for through life after-sales support.

FLIGHT DECK

In June 2005, Thales announced its selection by Sukhoi and the award of a contract to provide the avionics suite for the new Superjet 100 aircraft. The flight deck is of similar design to that on the Airbus A380 aircraft. The avionics suite includes the cockpit displays, communication, navigation and surveillance systems. CMC Electronics is the supplier for the CMA-9000 Flight Management System (FMS).

"The Superjet 100 is powered by two podded engines mounted under the wings."

Leibherr Aerospace, based in Toulouse, and the Voscod Design Centre in Russia are responsible for the RRJ's flight control system. Leibherr is also developing the air control and conditioning system.

CABIN

The normal seating configuration is three plus two in economy class and two plus two in business class.

B/E Aerospace in Florida has designed the cabin layouts including the sidewall and ceiling configurations, baggage bins, passenger service panels, reading lights, crew and passenger oxygen systems, seats, services and cabin management systems.

PERFORMANCE

The aircraft has maximum cruise speed of Mach 0.81 and maximum altitude of 12,500m. The range of the Superjet 100-95 is 3,279km and 4,620km in the Superjet 100-95LR version.

ENGINES

The Sukhoi RRJ is powered by two podded engines mounted under the wings. Snecma Moteurs and NPO Saturn have set up a joint venture, Powerjet, to produce the SaM146 turbofan engines. Each SaM146 engine is rated at 62kN to 71kN and is fitted with Snecma Full Authority Digital Electronic Control (FADEC). The engines' low-pressure system is developed by NPO Saturn.

The Gromov Flight Research Institute signed an agreement with Snecma Moteurs to develop an Ilyushin Il-76 flying testbed for the SaM146 turbofan engines. Flight testing of the engine began in December 2007.

Intertechnique, based in France, is supplying the fuel systems. The aircraft has a fuel capacity of 13,135l.

"The Superjet 100-75 is the baseline design."

The aircraft's auxiliary power supply is designed by Honeywell and MMPP Salyut. The aircraft is equipped with Hamilton Sundstrand electrical systems and Curtiss Wright fire suppressors.

LANDING GEAR

Superjet 100 is fitted with Messier-Dowty retractable twin-wheeled tricycle-type landing gear with a Sukhoi braking system and Goodrich wheels and brakes. Four-wheel bogies are offered as an option for the main landing gear units.

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Location : Noibai Airport
Registration date : 29/10/2007

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