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SuperJet International appoints new chief executive officer

Posted 17 May 2017 · Add Comment

SuperJet International's Board of Directors has appointed Stefano Marazzani new chief executive officer of SuperJet International.

Stefano Marazzani succeeds to Nazario Cauceglia, who has been the CEO of SuperJet International since January 2012.

Cauceglia has been appointed President and Chairman of the Board of SuperJet International.

SuperJet International – based in Venice, Italy – is in charge of marketing and sales of the Sukhoi Superjet 100 aircraft (SSJ100), as well as after-sales support and training worldwide.

The Sukhoi Superjet 100 – developed and built in Russia - is a 100-seats regional jet. SuperJet International is responsible for the test and acceptance flights, certification’s procedures, interiors’ installation as well as sales support and training worldwide.

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