Indonesian carrier Sky Aviation plans to put into operation five Russian Sukhoi Superjet-100 RRJ-95B planes this year. “The first Sukhoi will arrive in mid-January. We expect it to begin operations in February. The first aircraft will connect Makassar with the Papuan cities of Sorong and Jayapura,” the Jakarta Post daily quoted Sky Aviation marketing director Sutito Zainudin as saying. In November, Indonesia’s Civil Aviation Authority issued an airworthiness certificate to the Sukhoi plane allowing the jet’s export to Indonesia and its operation by the country’s airlines without restrictions. Sky Aviation ordered 12 SSJ-100s from Russia. “Not many cities in Indonesia

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