The Volga-Dnepr group plans to grow its fleet by more than 50% in the next four years and at least double its maintenance division’s locations around the world, says Victor Sherin, managing director of Volga-Dnepr Gulf. After accepting two Boeing 737s in June, the group now operates 30 aircraft, but “by 2016, we plan to have around 50 aircraft,” says Sherin. The additional aircraft, which will include Boeing 747-8s, Antonov An-124-100s, modified Ilyushin Il-76s and around 16 Boeing 737 ...


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