Aerospace and Defense
Company Overview of Joint Stock Company Sukhoi Civil Aircraft
Joint-Stock Company ‘Sukhoi Civil Aircraft’ develops and produces civil aircraft. The company offers Sukhoi Super Jet-100 aircraft, a civil aircraft with a capacity of 95 seats; and Sukhoi Business Jet. It also provides after sales services, including spares parts, engineering services, technical on-site support, aircraft documentation, flight and cabin crews, and maintenance training, as well as integrated lifecycle solutions. The company was founded in 2000 and is based in Moscow, the Russian Federation. Joint Stock Company Sukhoi Civil Aircraft operates as a subsidiary of Public Joint Stock Company Aviation Holding Company Sukhoi.
23B, Polykarpov Street
Founded in 2000
7 495 727 1988
7 495 727 1983
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