The Royal Thai Air Force will receive its third and final VIP Sukhoi Superjet 100 aircraft in 2018.

The aircraft, originally ordered in August 2014, will be able to accommodate 73 passengers, including four VIPs, says Superjet International in a statement.

The first two aircraft, which are already in service, accommodate 50 passengers in three zones: a four-seat VIP section, a six-seat “business section”, and a standard seating area.

“It will be equipped with the latest passenger comfort systems, including various types of communication and the inflight entertainment multimedia system,” says Superjet. “Its operating range is more than 4,500km.”

The aircraft and interior will be built at the company’s Komsomolsk-on-Amur factory in Russia.

Superjet says that it has delivered 111 Superjets. Of these, 103 are configured as airliners, while eight are configured as business or special purpose aircraft.