Superjet-100 is still flying. The shortage of spark plugs for these airliners has been overcome

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Rossiya Airlines received the first domestic spark plugs for the SaM-146 engine

In March of this year, airlines that have domestic Superjet-100 airliners in their fleets sounded the alarm: spark plugs for the Franco-Russian SaM-146 engines were in short supply. Then the Ministry of Industry and Trade issued a statement that import substitution for these components was already underway. Time has passed, and the SSJ-100 continues to fly. Is there no longer a shortage of spark plugs?

Superjet-100 is still flying. The shortage of spark plugs for these airliners has been overcome

Superjet-100
Superjet-100

Apparently, they managed to cope with it. According to e-Prom, the first copies of domestic spark plugs were received by Rossiya Airlines. This is one of the largest operators of the SSJ-100 in Russia: out of approximately 160 aircraft of this type, it accounts for 78.

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