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This will be the first Russian commercial airplane to be relaeased after the breakup of the Soveit Union, I hope someone could make a nice model!

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This will be the first Russian commercial airplane to be relaeased after the breakup of the Soveit Union, I hope someone could make a nice model!

 

 

Congratulations to russia for the successfull maiden flight :sarcastic:

 

What a nice plane and a real treat to see it fly, I really hope we get to see it over here in Germany. With the Tu-154 getting more and more rare over here, it is time for more russian birds in Europe's skies :)

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This will be the first Russian commercial airplane to be relaeased after the breakup of the Soveit Union, I hope someone could make a nice model!

 

 

Congratulations to russia for the successfull maiden flight :)

 

What a nice plane and a real treat to see it fly, I really hope we get to see it over here in Germany. With the Tu-154 getting more and more rare over here, it is time for more russian birds in Europe's skies :)

Not so fast guys, that was just a first flight :) It's too early to talk about flights to Germany or somewhere else. There are a lot of test-flights ahead. I think we'll see it flying only after 3-5 years. We also have an example (etc Tu-334) which made its first flight long time ago but it still doesn't fly for Russian airlines. I really hope that SSj-100 would have different story and we will see it at different airports all over the world. :)

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Not so fast guys, that was just a first flight :sarcastic: It's too early to talk about flights to Germany or somewhere else. There are a lot of test-flights ahead. I think we'll see it flying only after 3-5 years. We also have an example (etc Tu-334) which made its first flight long time ago but it still doesn't fly for Russian airlines. I really hope that SSj-100 would have different story and we will see it at different airports all over the world. :rolleyes:

 

Well, I think we'll see it enter service within about a year if no probs arise. The first european customer - Itali-Airlines of (surprize :)) Italy - is scheduled to get their first SSJ in 2009, so the cannot afford to wait 3 years :)

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Not so fast guys, that was just a first flight :) It's too early to talk about flights to Germany or somewhere else. There are a lot of test-flights ahead. I think we'll see it flying only after 3-5 years. We also have an example (etc Tu-334) which made its first flight long time ago but it still doesn't fly for Russian airlines. I really hope that SSj-100 would have different story and we will see it at different airports all over the world. :rolleyes:

 

Well, I think we'll see it enter service within about a year if no probs arise. The first european customer - Itali-Airlines of (surprize :sarcastic:) Italy - is scheduled to get their first SSJ in 2009, so the cannot afford to wait 3 years :acute:

 

Is that truth about Itali-Airlines??? :shok: I heard nothing about it. Shame upon me. :sarcastic:

Or it is secret information? :)

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Not so fast guys, that was just a first flight :) It's too early to talk about flights to Germany or somewhere else. There are a lot of test-flights ahead. I think we'll see it flying only after 3-5 years. We also have an example (etc Tu-334) which made its first flight long time ago but it still doesn't fly for Russian airlines. I really hope that SSj-100 would have different story and we will see it at different airports all over the world. :rolleyes:

 

Well, I think we'll see it enter service within about a year if no probs arise. The first european customer - Itali-Airlines of (surprize :sarcastic:) Italy - is scheduled to get their first SSJ in 2009, so the cannot afford to wait 3 years :acute:

 

Is that truth about Itali-Airlines??? :shok: I heard nothing about it. Shame upon me. :sarcastic:

Or it is secret information? :)

 

 

Yep, it is true it just wasn't widely advertised. Btw. Just saw you're from Omsk, nice city - I lived there for a while in 2005 (uliza dianova :) )

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Not so fast guys, that was just a first flight :) It's too early to talk about flights to Germany or somewhere else. There are a lot of test-flights ahead. I think we'll see it flying only after 3-5 years. We also have an example (etc Tu-334) which made its first flight long time ago but it still doesn't fly for Russian airlines. I really hope that SSj-100 would have different story and we will see it at different airports all over the world. :rolleyes:

 

Well, I think we'll see it enter service within about a year if no probs arise. The first european customer - Itali-Airlines of (surprize :sarcastic:) Italy - is scheduled to get their first SSJ in 2009, so the cannot afford to wait 3 years :acute:

 

Is that truth about Itali-Airlines??? :shok: I heard nothing about it. Shame upon me. :rolleyes:

Or it is secret information? :)

 

 

Yep, it is true it just wasn't widely advertised. Btw. Just saw you're from Omsk, nice city - I lived there for a while in 2005 (uliza dianova :) )

Really? :) It is not far from my house :) I live near the Police Academy (Shkola milizii). :)

 

 

Sorry for off-top.

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yep :sarcastic:

 

Although I am German, I lived for a time in russia. Went out with a russian girl for several years. She lived in Germany,but was from Ómsk. In 2003 we bought a flat in Uliza Dianova. I think she now still lives in Omsk. Things went pear-shaped when she decided two years ago to betray me with someone from Omsk (and take all my money while she was at it :) ) But nontheless, the people from Omsk are about the nicest I ever met. I guess the people in the 5-orochka magazin still know me for being the first man to try to buy "sveklo" while having forgotten the word. Took me quite a while to explain them what I wanted :rolleyes:

 

I told them - хочу купить чё-то для борщ. Звучит как "зеркало".

 

I think they are still laughing today :)

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Such a sad story about your girlfriend :sarcastic:

 

What about ''borsh'' and vegetable that you called "sveklo"... In russian it sounds like ''SVYOKLA''. :sarcastic:

 

But in russian slang we often call it "sveklA" :rolleyes:

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This will be the first Russian commercial airplane to be relaeased after the breakup of the Soveit Union, I hope someone could make a nice model!

 

Surely, it will appear sometime. But first off all developers need specifications for the aircraft, good photoes and full information about all systems to make a really good simulation.

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This will be the first Russian commercial airplane to be relaeased after the breakup of the Soveit Union, I hope someone could make a nice model!

 

Surely, it will appear sometime. But first off all developers need specifications for the aircraft, good photoes and full information about all systems to make a really good simulation.

....and also developers will need to find the real SSJ's pilots for testing :blink:

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Is that truth about Itali-Airlines??? :blink: I heard nothing about it. Shame upon me. :)

Or it is secret information? :)

Why? AFAIR, Alenia Aeronautica works in cooperation with Sukhoi as a post-sales service partner (along with Boeing), so there is not-so-strange thing...

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Is that truth about Itali-Airlines??? :blink: I heard nothing about it. Shame upon me. :)

Or it is secret information? :)

Why? AFAIR, Alenia Aeronautica works in cooperation with Sukhoi as a post-sales service partner (along with Boeing), so there is not-so-strange thing...

 

True, but nontheless a russian aircraft being ordered by a west-european airline is something of a novelty, so there's hope that russias aviation industry will soon play on a level field with Boeing, Airbus, Embrear and Bombardier :)

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True, but nontheless a russian aircraft being ordered by a west-european airline is something of a novelty, so there's hope that russias aviation industry will soon play on a level field with Boeing, Airbus, Embrear and Bombardier :blink:

I think last two - Embraer and Bombardier as a regional jets manufacturers.

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This will be the first Russian commercial airplane to be relaeased after the breakup of the Soveit Union, I hope someone could make a nice model!

I don't know if it is nice, I simply have not tryed it yet.

http://www.avsim.su/forum/index.php?showtopic=56039

 

Is that truth about Itali-Airlines??? :help: I heard nothing about it. Shame upon me. :(

Or it is secret information? :(

maybe a secret company? :help:

 

Went out with a russian girl for several years.

My girlfried is from a little village in Weilheim/Schongau land. Sometimes I understand what she is talking about :help:

Kopf hoch, manche hat es schlimmer erwischt.

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I'm sure that SSJ will appear in russian airports much faster than Tu-334 (in two or three years). Somewhere I heard (or read) that SSJ is supported by our government. Government's support is a great power I suppose. :)

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Government's support is a great power I suppose. :rolleyes:

Great power for the partners all over the world as well. I think it can work.

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I'm sure that SSJ will appear in russian airports much faster than Tu-334 (in two or three years). Somewhere I heard (or read) that SSJ is supported by our government. Government's support is a great power I suppose. :boast:

Sometimes i think that Tu-334 will never appear in russian airports... :boast:

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