Aviation Photo #1796481 Sukhoi SSJ-100-95B Superjet 100 (RRJ-95B) - Sukhoi

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    Mario Serrano
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    Sukhoi SSJ-100-95B Superjet 100 (RRJ-95B)
    Sukhoi SSJ-100 Superjet 100 (RRJ-95)
    Sukhoi SSJ-100 Superjet 100 (RRJ-95)
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    Rome - Fiumicino (Leonardo da Vinci)
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    October 4, 2010
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Anonymous
8 years ago
Super! It becomes better and better...
Anonymous
8 years ago
Wow!That is roomy!
Very modern,good looking,and clean cockpit.
Anonymous
8 years ago
Wow strikingly resembles an Airbus flight deck.
Nevertheless I like it.
Anonymous
8 years ago
Thought it's an Airbus. Looks very modern!
Anonymous
8 years ago
Looks like a modernized A320 cockpit!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Anonymous
8 years ago
Is it just me or it is a exact copy of the a320??
Anonymous
8 years ago
Russian airplanes... I begin to like!
Anonymous
8 years ago
Can you say "Airbus" :-)
Anonymous
8 years ago
Its much better now because they now use English language on panel indications. I hope that measurements are also in English System. Most Russian aircrafts uses KPH on a/s indications and meters on altitudes
Anonymous
8 years ago
On home market - there will be Russian, for export - English. The plane (first of all) is intended for sale in foreign markets. And it reminds Airbus therefore as avionics from Thales, that is good - the interface will be intuitively clear to foreign pilots. But for the buyers the other circumstance is important, the plane is made by Sukhoi (instead of Bombardier or Embraer)... feel the difference.
Anonymous
8 years ago
SSJ looks very modern, hope it will get big share of the western market
Anonymous
8 years ago
Nice photography! It's a great job from Sukhoi i have to say. At last we begin to see some interesting evolution in russian aeronautics and engineering. That plane is surely very capable as seen during recent air-shows. However they could have personalised and brought their own signature to the cockpit design as this one really looks like a copy/paste from an airbus.
That said i would have no problem flying this aircraft as oppose to some other russian made aircrafts...
Anonymous
8 years ago
Very clean and modern!Top score Mario!
Anonymous
8 years ago
Copy and paste as usual and expected from Russia, only a little bit more primitive looking compared with the original.
Anonymous
8 years ago
Looks good! to visitor from Germany: don't be jealous.
Anonymous
8 years ago
It has nothing to do with being jealous, this looks strikingly like an Airbus cockpit. In fact that's why I opened the picture to see if there was something I was missing or the photog made a mistake. I'm not saying they copied them on purpose, but the similarities are astounding. Also it's nice to see another passenger jet besides an Airbus with a sidestick. *Thumbs up*
Anonymous
8 years ago
Many years Russians were concentrated on military aircraft development and they succeeded in it magnificently. But in civil sector they have missed very much. For this period of time in the international market Airbus and Boeing have established certain standards and there is no sense to invent anew a wheel. Especially when the plane (first of all) intended for sales in foreign markets. They don't steal, don't lie and they perfectly know what to do. That's a bad news for Airbus, Boeing, and especially, for Embraer and Bombardier. But after all... competition is good.
Anonymous
8 years ago
Embrabus jet
Anonymous
8 years ago
Just looking at the throttle, takes out the airbus, complant of "what is it doing now?"
In trouble? remember pitch and power. You can see the thottle movement. Well done Sukoi.
Anonymous
8 years ago
Superjet is developed by Sukhoi in cooperation with U.S. and European aviation corporations, including Boeing, Snecma, Thales, Messier Dowty, Liebherr Aerospace and Honeywell. So, no wonder it has some similiarities with western a/c's.
Anonymous
8 years ago
Nice office. I guess the stand between the rudder controls is meant for a keyboard, like the one in A-380?

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