Blerg wrote:WayexTDI wrote:Blerg wrote:
Yet it's been more successful than B736 or the A318.
Except that the 736 and the A318 are only one variant each of much larger and much more successful offerings (respectively 737NG's and A320 Family).
The SSJ100 is the sole variant of the SSJ Family as of now; so, compare is to the whole 737NG or A320 Families, not the 736 or A318.
Except that Boeing and Airbus have been on the market for decades and decades. How long has it been since the SSJ model was launched?
The issue is 26 are already un-registered.
I can see a single digits, or up to 4% of a fleet at 8 years, not double digits and double digit percentages sitting idle.
This is a problem owned by Sukhoi. Too many we're down for issues too long.
Both Western opperators are retreating from the type. : scratchchin:
The E2-190 will cost less per flight, fly more per day, have better dispatch reliability, and carry more people for further. Sukhoi missed their market window.
Heck, Azul and JetBlue (or their leasors) have a bunch of used E-190/195 coming available soon. . It is sad when a known expensive to maintain and fuel jet is a far better option.