Transaero Airlines is easing its dependence on Boeing aircraft for its short- and medium-haul network, signing a deal with China’s ICBC Leasing for six Airbus A321s to be delivered between July 2015 and March 2016. The aircraft will be operated under a long-term operating lease. Discussions with a lessor are underway for delivery of eight more A321 aircraft after March 2016, Transaero says while confirming it plans to take delivery of 30 A321s within the next five years. The ...
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