Sukhoi Superjet 100 were lost in the vicinity of Mount Salak, West Java, Indonesia on Wednesday evening, is the aircraft undertook a tour of Asia. On tour entitled Welcome Asia starts on May 3, 2012, is scheduled to visit six countries, Kazakhstan, Pakistan, Indonesia, Vietnam, Laos and Myanmar.
The aircraft was exhibited at the International Exhibition the KADEX-2012 in Astana, Kazakhstan SSJ100 on 3 May and on 5 may ago arrived in Karachi, Pakistan.
On 7 may, the plane stopped in Naypyidaw, Burma, and today the plane landed in Jakarta. Next plane was scheduled to arrive in Vientiane, Laos, on May 11, and reach the goal the last tour, Hanoi, Vietnam, on 14 May.
According to the official website of Sukhoi, along the plane’s flight headed by Alexander Yablontsev and co-pilot Alexander Kochetkov.
In Jakarta, demonstrations of flying of Sukhoi Superjet 100 or SSJ-100, carried out in the presence of a number of representatives from the Ministry of transportation, the national airline company and of the Embassy of Russia in Indonesia.
The plane has a capacity of 98 passengers were designed to be operated at a distance of 3048 kilometers (Basic version) and at a distance of 8446 kilometers (long-distance version) with an altitude up to 12200 meters.
The plane which airs for the first time in May 2008 and the month of January 2011 has obtained a certificate from The Interstate Aviation Committee (IAC AR). SSJ-100 also has got a certificate from The European Aviation Safety Agency in February.
The first version of the civil aircraft has been purchased by the national airline of Armenia, Armavi, in April 2011.
While in Indonesia, the company’s domestic flights have been booked by Kartika Airlines for 15 units of SSJ-100 in 2011. Sky Aviation, a regional airlines have also been buying 12 units of SSJ-100 with total trade amounting to USD 380,4 million.
Sukhoi Superjet 100 aircraft began in 2000. Later produced seven years later by Sukhoi.