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Aeroflot wants to become the first customer of a Russian-made supersonic airliner

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Moscow - Aeroflot wants to become the first customer of the new civil supersonic aircraft that Russia is planning to develop. Forty years after Tupolev 144, the Russian state-owned company is thinking again of a supersonic aircraft. (airlinerwatch.com) Altro...

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julieort
julieort 4
Preferred carrier to Russia? Finnair to St. Petersburg.
tyler2010us
When Condorde was in service, wasn't it expensive to fly on? Do they think they can get people to pay that much? Then again, people are paying over $10K for first class on some flights.
jshhmr
josh homer 5
Not enough money in the world to get me on that thing!

linbb
linbb 3
When the prez speaks you will buy them damn it. Great he can get rid of a plane load at a time instead of getting two while out walking.
joelwiley
joel wiley 3
And if you keep crashing them, you won't have to worry about overtaturating the marketplace /s
RECOR10
RECOR10 1
No kidding, Is the old joke not that the Russians could build the worlds largest micro-chip? Far too many 'red' birds hitting the ground of late...
FrenchDriver
J.J. Lasne 2
I saw their Tupolev SST - a copy of the Concorde - crash at Le Bourget airfield.
E1craZ4life
Didn't they already try making a supersonic jet during the Cold War?
dsharris1
D H 1
Yes, and while Boeing was also working on an SST. The Russian had only one route (Alma Ata) because it was so loud.
abfi
These guys maintain their aircraft poorly...if you go, use another carrier !
imtxsmoke
I wish them success. It would be really cool if international flight times (North America to Europe, North America to Asia, Asia to Europe, etc) could be reduced to 6 hours or less. I understand the technical hurdles of designing, building and maintaining a SST, but you'd think by now, we'd have figured out how to do it cost effectively.
smorodin
if Soviet Union didn't crash on 1991, the would have used Tu-204 instead of A321

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