The Russian airline Volga-Dnepr is planning to expand its fleet of An-124 specialty freighters and to start up a general cargo business that could be based here, where the heavy-lift specialist operates a major maintenance base. The Ulyanovsk-based carrier expects to inaugurate its general cargo service in March using leased Ilyushin Il-96T, or more probably, Boeing 747 freighters, company executives said. Volga-Dnepr signed a letter of intent for four Pratt&Whitney PW2337-powered ...


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