Russian regional carrier Yamal Airlines will not take the last of 10 Sukhoi Superjet 100s (SSJ100s) from an order of 25, Yamal CEO Vassily Kryuk reportedly told the Interfax newswire this week. The decision was apparently made because of economic reasons, not the crash landing of Aeroflot’s SSJ100 at Moscow Sheremetyevo May 5 that killed 41 people. Yamal signed a lease agreement for 25 Superjets through the state-owned GTLK leasing company in 2015. The airline’s fleet ...

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