Superjet 100 is a next-generation regional jet that combines and incorporates state-of-the-art aircraft production technology. The SSJ100 offers exceptional comfort for passengers, significant economic benefits for carriers, convenience for the crew and maximum friendliness for the environment.
Superjet 100 (SSJ) airplanes are able to carry 98 passengers over a distance of from 3,000 km (baseline model) to 4,500 km (extended range version). The Superjet 100 is the only airplane family offering passengers a level of comfort that is comparable to long-haul airliners. The SSJ airplane family meets all of the latest and anticipated requirements of the Russian and international civil aircraft markets.
The design of the airplane satisfies the specific requirements of airlines in Russia, the CIS, Western countries, and meets AP-25, FAR-25, and JAR-25 standards. Airplanes in the Superjet 100 family meet ICAO Chapter 4 noise requirements and FAR 36 Part 4, which became effective as of 2006. SSJ airplanes satisfy the requirements of 99% of all class A, B, and C airfields in Russia and the CIS.
A wind tunnel developed by TsAGI was used in the Superjet 100 design process, allowing for the minimization of drag and optimization of fuel consumption. The new engine, new fly-by-wire flight control system and energy-saving technology also contribute to the airplane’s high cost efficiency.
The approach to the design and production of SSJ airplanes is unique in its own right due to its focus on the needs of airlines. It’s built upon an in-depth analysis of the requirements governing configuration of the airplane and evaluation of the market’s future needs. Thanks to its extended range capability, the SSJ can be used in a broader route network, including a number of long-haul routes, with greater efficiency and high level of comfort. Its cost efficiency rises as the range is extended. The excellent aerodynamics of the Superjet 100 creates great advantages at cruising speed. Improved takeoff and landing performance, along with all-weather operating capability, makes this airplane a “trailblazer” for new destinations. Therefore, airlines will be able to launch services on routes where other airplanes are less efficient or less comfortable.
The optimum fuselage cross section enables aisle extension to 508 mm – even with five seats abreast. Seat width can be up to 462 mm. The Superjet 100 offers more overhead space for passengers. Its ceiling height is 2,120 mm. All this makes it easier for passengers to board and leave the airplane, and for flight and cabin crew to move throughout the cabin.
|Superjet 100 (98 seats)|
|Basic configuration||Extended range|
|wing span (m)||27.8|
|aircraft length (m)||29.940|
|aircraft height (m)||10.283|
|wheel base (m)||11.249|
|wheel track (м)||5.74|
|Main engine performance data:|
|number of engines||2|
|maximum takeoff weight (t)||45.8||49.4|
|maximum landing weight (t)||41|
|design payload (t)||12.245|
|Cruise speed LRC, M||0.78|
|Payload range (km)||3,048||4,578|