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Transaero Airlines ends all operations, Aeroflot to carry Transaero passengers until December 15

Aeroflot Russian Airlines (Moscow) has announced Transaero Airlines (Moscow) ended all operations last night at midnight (October 25) after losing its AOC effective today. Aeroflot will continue to fly passengers with Transaero tickets until December 15. According to Aeroflot; “Of the 1.93 million Transaero tickets sold for flights before December 15, 2015, 1.83 million passengers — or 94.8% of the total — have already been flown under Aeroflot’s operational management.”

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Transaero Airlines commenced operations on November 5, 1991.

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Copyright Photo: Ton Jochems/AirlinersGallery.com. Boeing 767-36N ER EI-RUV (msn 30111) arrives at Antalya in the past.

Transaero Airlines aircraft photo gallery:

Transaero Airlines aircraft slide show: AG Airline Slide Show



Kenya Airways slumps to a fiscal first half loss of $116.1 million, retires its last Boeing 767-300

Kenya Airways (Nairobi) reported a fiscal first half net loss of 10.45 billion Kenyan Shillings ($116.1 million) for the six months ending on September 30, 2014.

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In other news, Kenya Airways quietly retired its last Boeing 767-300 ER when 5Y-KYV (msn 29386) was returned to ILFC per ch-aviation.

The new Boeing 787s replaced the older 767s.

Copyright Photo: Antony J. Best/AirlinersGallery.com. Sister ship Boeing 767-36N ER 5Y-KQY (msn 30841) is seen at Heathrow Airport near London.

Kenya Airways aircraft slide show: AG Slide Show



Titan Airways adds its first Boeing 767-300

Copyright Photo: John Ballantyne. G-POWD is pictured at STN base.

Titan Airways (London-Stansted) has added its first Boeing 767-300 for its long-range charters. Ex-Skymark Airlines 767-36N ER G-POWD (msn 30847) was accepted on December 17, 2009.

Royal Air Maroc’s CN-RNT makes a hard landing


Please click on photo for full view, information and other Royal Air Maroc aircraft.

Please click on photo for full view, information and other Royal Air Maroc aircraft.

Royal Air Maroc’s (Casablanca) Boeing 767-36N ER CN-RNT (msn 30843) operating as flight AT 42 from Casablanca to New York (JFK) apparently made a hard landing at JFK on April 20 according to The Aviation Herald.  Here is the link for further information: