Iran preferred to the Russian SSJ-100 the western civil planes
In Tehran decided not to update fleet by the Russian Sukhoi Superjet 100 (SSJ-100) planes, the minister of roads and city construction Abbas Ahmad Akhundi declared to the Iran newspaper.
According to him, Iran did not conduct negotiations with the Russian aircraft-building company.
Thus the head of the ministry specified that already passed negotiations with the Airbus and Boeing companies, reports Trend. "We reached the preliminary arrangement with leading aviaproducers", – Akhundi told.
According to the statement of the minister as soon as the nuclear agreement with world powers will come into force, the aviation industry of Iran leaves from under sanctions.