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Transaero Airlines to lease a Boeing 777-200 from ALAFCO for 96 months

Transaero Airlines (Moscow) is leasing a used Boeing 777-200 from ALAFCO for 96 months.

Copyright Photo: Konstantin von Wedelstaedt. Ex-United Boeing 777-222 EI-UNZ (msn 26925) arrives at Dubai.

Transaero Airlines to fly to New York and Miami, will add 14 Boeing 777-200s and nine 747-400s

Transaero Airlines (Moscow-Domodedovo) is planning to add new scheduled service to both New York and Miami in the fall according to the Moscow Times. The Miami service will be operated twice-weekly with Boeing 747-400s starting on October 29.

The company is also planning to acquire 14 ex-Singapore Airlines Boeing 777-200s and nine ex-JAL Boeing 747-400s in a major fleet expansion. Transaero does not currently fly to the United States.

Read the full report:

http://www.themoscowtimes.com/business/article/new-york-miami-routes-planned-by-transaero/405147.html

Copyright Photo: Konstantin von Wedelstaedt. Transaero’s ex-United Boeing 777-222 EI-UNZ (msn 26925) arrives at Dubai.

Safi Airways to fly to Frankfurt

 

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Please click on photo for full view and information on Safi Airways.

Safi Airways (Kabul) will add its first route to Europe on June 15 when it launches three flights between Kabul and Frankfurt with Boeing 767-200 equipment.

Aeroflot to resume Moscow-Vilnius flights

 

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Aeroflot Russian Airlines (Moscow) will resume service on the Moscow-Vilnius route on May 15. The restored route will operate three times a week with Airbus A319 equipment.

National Air Services to shut down Kayala

Kayala Airline (Jeddah) will cease operations on April 1. The parent has decided to end operations of the premium class airline subsidiary.

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Gulf Air finalizes lease for 4 Boeing 777-300 ERs

Gulf Air Boeing 767-34P ER A40-GV (msn 26235) (Grand Prix 2006) DXB (Konstantin von Wedelstaedt). Image: 900546.

Gulf Air (Bahrain) has finalized a lease deal with Jet Airways for the 42-month lease of four Boeing 777-300 ERs.  The first three aircraft will arrive in March 2009 and the fourth in May.  The airliners will be wet leased for the first six months as the new type is phased in with Jet Airways crews.  The remaining three years of the lease will be on a dry lease basis.  Jet Airways is leasing out what it considers to be surplus equipment during the economic downturn.

Copyright Photo: Gulf Air Boeing 767-34P ER A40-GV (msn 26235) (Grand Prix 2006) DXB (Konstantin von Wedelstaedt). Image: 900546.

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