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Russian LCC Red Wings to Double Fleet by 2017

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Russian low cost carrier Red Wings is planning to more than double its aircraft fleet by 2017.

red-wingsIn mid-June, Russia’s Federal Air Transport Agency (Rosaviatsia) gave Red Wings permission to resume operations that were suspended soon after a fatal incident at a Moscow airport in December.

Red Wings, which currently operates eight Tupolev Tu-204 airliners, is planning to sign a memorandum with the Tupolev Design Bureau on the delivery of another 10 aircraft over a period of three years, starting in 2014.

The airline is planning to carry about 500,000 passengers this year and 1.5 million next year.
Source: RIA Novosti


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