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UTair airline to get rid of all Soviet aircraft
30.09.2012 12:08
UTair airline to get rid of all Soviet aircraft

UTair airline intends to get rid of all aircraft aged over 20 years, reports RIA News.


UTair plans to stop operating old aircraft both of Soviet and foreign production. By 2015 the company intends to increase carriage of passengers by 2.2 times up to 15 million people. In 2011 this figure was 6.75 million people.


In the mid of July UTair signed an agreement on acquiring 20 Airbus aircraft A321, the supply will be started in 2013. The cost of the order according to the catalogue price is about $2 billion.


In 2011 UTair became one of the leading Russian airlines. The company operates 225 planes and 350 helicopters.



Author: Irina Fomina


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