|Quoting kl911 (Reply 1):|
Fuelstop would be too much South for a Russia - Iceland flight.
|Quoting stuckontarmac (Reply 9):|
Greetings, I did not see the flight on flightaware and I am in KSAT, If anyone can give me a heads up on arrival here I will try to get some pics, thanks
|Quoting UA735WL (Reply 13):|
I'll be in San Antonio all day tomorrow...if its stop is indeed tomorrow (and during the day), I might be able to get some pics!
|Quoting United1689 (Reply 14):|
Also does anyone know when it's going to be in DC?
|Quoting AM (Reply 15):|
According to Interjet's chief SSJ100 pilot's twitter account (@dieguilin), they'll resume the ferry flights on Monday. So expect to see the SSJ at DC and San Antonio on that day.
|Quoting r2rho (Reply 21):|
Quoting Vasu (Reply 18):
The interior really reminds me of the A320!
Except with much more space. Apparently Interjet is installing just 93 seats with an extermely generous 34" pitch.
|Quoting Viscount724 (Reply 26):|
Assume you're not referring to Internet's large A320 fleet (39 aircraft). They have only 150 seats at 34" pitch, compared to the maximum certified 180 seats at 28/29" pitch as operated by many low-cost carriers.
|Quoting r2rho (Reply 29):|
34" are unheard of these days for US/EU carriers, short or long-haul.
|Quoting pylon101 (Reply 25):|
I actually think that InterJet bought them exactly for U.S. flights. They are adding routes to the U.S. Tat is why they needed something less than A-319 and more than EMB-190.
|Quoting AM744 (Reply 32):|
Actually I seem to remember they won't be flying them to the US. I think they'll use them for thin domestic destinations regardless of distance, seeing they don't currently have anything smaller than the A320. I can think on lots of routes that don't grant such a big airplane:
|Quoting laca773 (Reply 33):|
Perhaps on some shorter haul flights i.e., TLC-IAH, TLC-PHX? I mention IAH since AM flies the E90s there.
You make a good point regarding the SS9 being certified to fly to the US.
|Quoting AM744 (Reply 32):|
BTW. Is the SSJ even certified for operating in the US?
|Quoting CairnterriAIR (Reply 34):|
'm pretty sure it is certified for U.S. flights. Recall reading somewhere it was.
|Quoting lollomz (Reply 38):|
Second plane in delivery today: XA-IJR in Bangor - ME
|Quoting ghost77 (Reply 39):|
If then, 5 more to go, for a total of 7 deliveries this year.
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