Third of Russians to fly on foreign airplanes after Superjet crash

Third of Russians to fly on foreign airplanes after Superjet crash

At the same time, the uplift of Superjet did not significantly fall.

After the collapse of the Russian Superjet at Sheremetyevo Airport, 33 percent of Russians said they would prefer to fly foreign liners - Airbus and Boeing. Sberbank poll proves it, RBC reports.

According to the survey, 33 percent of respondents interviewed after the disaster responded that they would try to choose flights on European Airbus or American Boeing, and 14 percent on Russian aircraft. 53 percent of the respondents did not care which aircraft they were going to fly on.

At the same time, an unnamed top manager of one of the major Russian airlines told RBC that the uplift of Superjet did not significantly fall after the incident at Sheremetyevo.

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