Saratov Airline to get new aircraft type and new colour scheme

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Saratov Airlines, also known as Saravia, currently operates an all-Russian fleet of 11 Yak42s, but that's about to change with the delivery of two ERJ195s. Two 6 year-old former National Air Services E-Jets are currently at Exeter Airport in the southwest of England, awaiting delivery to Saratov. As well as taking on a Western aircraft type, the two aircraft are also sporting a striking new colour scheme.

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Photo: Nigel Howarth, Aviation Week

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