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Aeroflot Gets Rid of TU-134
26.12.2007 15:50
Aeroflot Gets Rid of TU-134

On the last day of the current year the Russian national air carrier Aeroflot stops usage of TU-134 planes and intends to replace the veterans of the Russian civil aviation with Airbus-320, according to the PR department of the air company.
      At the moment Aeroflot exploits 34 Airbus-320 aircraft the number of which will reach 56 by 2011. In 2008 Aeroflot expects to get the first Russian mid-haul aircraft Sukhoi SuperJet-100. As the PR department of Aeroflot says, the company supports the Russian aircraft manufacturing industry by having ordered 45 SuperJet-100 planes and 6 cargo planes IL-96-400T.


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