Pakistan’s Air Indus has shown an interest in buying eight Sukhoi Superjet 100 airplanes, the manufacturer said on Wednesday. “The client is interested in purchasing eight new SSJ-100 planes, and get three of them in 2013,” Sukhoi Civil Aircraft’s Senior Vice President Igor Syrtsov said. An SSJ-100 carried out two demonstration flights in the Indonesian capital. United Aircraft Corporation said in February Russia will export 10 SSJ-100 airplanes in 2012. The planes will be delivered to Mexico, Indonesia, and Laos in the second half of the year. So far, only one plane has been exported and that was to Armenia. Another 10 SSJ 100s will be delivered to domestic airlines Aeroflot and Armavia. The Superjet 100 is a medium-haul passenger aircraft developed by Sukhoi in cooperation with U.S. and European aviation corporations, including Boeing, Snecma, Thales, Messier Dowty, Liebherr Aerospace and Honeywell. The aircraft is capable of carrying up to 100 passengers for up to 4,500 kilometers. In early February SSJ 100 received the Type Certificate from the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA). Sukhoi has received over 200 firm orders for Superjet 100 airliners so far.