Russia’s Pobeda Declines Boeing 737 MAX

Pobeda's near-term plan is to further utilize the 737-800.
Credit: Joe Pries
MOSCOW—Russian LCC Pobeda no longer plans to take delivery of 30 Boeing 737 MAX narrowbodies for which it had signed a letter of intent, according to the airline’s CEO Andrey Kalmykov. Those deliveries were planned from 2022. Pobeda also contracted for a further 20 of the type in 2018. That deal was...

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