The Glide Phase Interceptor programme in the US progresses by passing a new milestone.
SuperJet International opens Moscow branch
SuperJet International (SJI), the marketing, customisation, and support company for the Sukhoi Superjet100 aircraft, has opened its Russian branch in Moscow.
The Russian branch will be SJI's frontline to complete the development of support solutions in all required areas, including technical support, material support and logistic solutions, training solutions for all categories of customer personnel, as well as all the necessary commercial services for customers in different regions of the world committed to Sukhoi Superjet 100 entry into service (EIS).
SJI’s Moscow office will host an integrated team of experienced Russian professionals and international experts. The office’s proximity to Sukhoi Civil Aircraft Company (SCAC) places the team in an excellent position to ensure timely provisions to all required support solutions by EIS.
The Moscow branch will be managed by Dmitry Mirgorodsky, vice-president of Customer Services, who joined SJI from SCAC and brings with him significant experience in the airline industry operations.
“The opening of the Russian Branch is of particular interest," declared Alessandro Franzoni, chief executive officer of SuperJet International. "The establishment of a permanent office serving Russian customers is a clear indication of our willingness to provide first-class service to airlines in the region and demonstrate, once again, our excellent relationship with SCAC. This collaborative effort between SCAC and SJI is essential to the success of the Sukhoi Superjet 100 programme.”
“The opening of SJI’s Moscow branch will afford customers outstanding opportunities within this region,” added Mirgorodsky. "From Moscow, we are now able to offer our customers more first-hand support and services due to this new channel of direct communication.”
More from Defence Notes
The latest MoU between Embraer and a Portuguese company includes systems development and integration for the A-29 Super Tucano.
The UK is talking the talk when it comes to the Indo-Pacific region, but will its military be able to walk the walk in the longer term?
The UK is not short of strategic documents outlining ambitious plans for its armed forces, but the ever-changing threat landscape poses a different set of questions.
Embraer and L3Harris Technologies have formed a partnership to develop an 'agile' tanker with USAF requirements in mind.
In preparation for GSOF Symposium Europe 2022, Hungary’s Special Operations Forces (HUNSOF) has laid out its top requirements and acquisition interests in order to focus efforts among the SOF industrial sector on their most relevant capabilities.