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Author Topic: Skye Airlines Places Order for Sukhoi Superjets  (Read 18 times)

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Skye Airlines Places Order for Sukhoi Superjets
« on: January 13, 2022, 03:16:49 AM »
Skye Airlines is proud to announce plans for an additional order with Russian aircraft manufacturer, United Aircraft Corporation, for an additional 20 Sukhoi Superjet 100s. The aircraft will be configured to carry 95 passengers and provide service to Skye Airlines' domestic regional network.

Despite just recently emerging from bankruptcy, the airline has been expanding their fleet aggressively. At launch, Skye Airlines was comprised of only four Sukhoi Superjets. By the end of this year, Skye Airlines will bring their Superjet fleet to a total of 90 aircraft. This order marks the airlines second largest new aircraft order this year.

“We are pleased to continue our partnership with Sukhoi as we believe this aircraft has been instrumental to our phenomenal domestic growth,” said the CEO of Skye Airlines. “We plan to utilize the Superjets for our continued expansion in the regional market providing service to markets that have little to no service.”

The order will join Skye Airlines’ larger Airbus A320/A330 fleet servicing routes from Dallas to Hawaii. New aircraft will begin arriving this week and will continue through the first quarter of next year.

About Skye Airlines
Skye Airlines (IATA: SY, ICAO:SKY) consolidated the bankruptcy of Skye Airways to form Skye Airlines. At its height, Skye Airways managed over 50 aircraft with over 150 routes with non-stop daily service from Dallas to many U.S. cities. Shortly after amassing a more than 50% market share in Dallas Fort-Worth International Airport, Skye Airways opened a hub at the Honolulu International Airport offering non-stop daily service from Hawaii to multiple U.S. West Coast and Asia markets. Today, Skye Airlines operates only a fraction of Skye Airways' original route structure and is now focused on delivering non-stop daily regional service from Dallas to U.S. domestic cities.


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