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TOKYO, July 30 (Itar-Tass) - Russia’s Sukhoi Superjet 100 plane that landed at Japan’s Niigata International Airport for the first time on Tuesday will make several charter flights between Niigata and Khabarovsk and between Niigata and Vladivostok, a source at the airport told Itar-Tass.
Sukhoi Superjet is expected to make nine flights.
Later in the day it will fly to Vladivostok. On August 3 and August 10 it will make two flights per day between Khabarovsk and Niigata and on August 6 and August 13 - between Vladivostok and Niigata.
Last week Sukhoi Superjet owned by Yakutia air carrier made a flight from Vladivostok to Osaka.
Since the beginning of the year ten Sukhoi Superjet planes have already been built in Russia. Three of them were supplied to customers. In 2013 Russia plans to manufacture 26 Sukhoi Superjet planes.
In 2014, the annual aircraft production will reach 40.