S7 Airlines. Photo: Courtesy, oneworld. S7 Airlines, which once planned to operate 15 Boeing 787s before canceling its Dreamliner order (ATW Daily News, Jan. 30, 2009), is now firmly focused on building a narrowbody-centric fleet, according to CEO Vladislav Filev. Speaking to ATW on the sidelines of the IATA AGM in Singapore, Filev noted that the Russian carrier's last Airbus A310 will leave its fleet shortly and its only two 767-300s are under evaluation for retirement. ...

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