Aeroflot Resumes Widebody Fleet Development After COVID-19 Pause

Aeroflot took delivery of its first A350-900 in early 2020 before COVID-19 disrupted its fleet renewal plans.
Credit: Airbus / P. Masclet
MOSCOW—Russia’s Aeroflot has resumed the evolution of its widebody fleet after a one-year pause. The group’s annual report released March 10 shows that Aeroflot expects to receive three Boeing 777 and seven Airbus A350 aircraft in 2021. Fourteen more A350s will follow over 2022 and 2023. The first...
Maxim Pyadushkin

In addition to writing for Aviation Week Network, Maxim holds a key position at Russia's Air Transport Observer magazine. In the past he was in charge of several ATO’s sister aerospace publications and earlier worked for Moscow-based CAST defense think-tank.

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