(Corrected Version) Transaero Airlines is planning to purchase four more Boeing 777s that are operated by Singapore Airlines and come off lease in 2011 and is increasing its commitment from nine to 12 747-400s, a spokesperson confirmed to ATW. The SIA 777-300s, which will become the first of the type to join UN's fleet, will accommodate up to 373 passengers in a four-class configuration. They will be used on domestic and international routes. In April, the Russian airline signed ...

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