Article title: At Aeroflot, It’s Patriotism Over Profits as Russia Pressures Industry
Link : http://www.nytimes.com/2015/11/13/business/international/aeroflot-heeds-the-call-to-buy-russian.html
Article is a mishmash of what I don't know. Gist is Aeroflot is being "forced" by Putin to take these rattletraps Sukhoi superjets. No mention of Interjet's quite successful use of the flying Natashas. No mention of Aeroflot already having bought the Superjet before Russia's economic meltdown.
First three paragraphs probably tell you all you need to know:
"MOSCOW — All smiles and cheery banter, the flight attendants greeted travelers on board Russia’s newest passenger jet.
“Welcome aboard and watch your head,” one attendant chirped courteously, holding her gloved hand atop the airplane’s diminutive door frame, lest passengers knock their heads.
As Aeroflot folds Russian-made jets back into its fleet, cramped doorways are just one of its challenges."
Really surprised by this article and its tone. For all the NY Times' faults, when it comes to international news, esp. international business news, they are better than other US papers. Admittedly the bar is not very high there.
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