AeroSvit ... Donbassaero ... Windrose ... Whose Is It ?

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Ukrainian carrier AeroSvit was in the headlines at the end of 2012 when it ran into financial difficulties. Since then, AeroSvit's aircraft have mostly been returned to lessors. However, a few live on, operated by partner airline Windrose. The A320 pictured below in Malaga has AeroSvit colours and titles, with small Donbassaero titles, but is actually operated by Windrose. 

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