Aeroflot low-cost subsidiary (LCC) Pobeda Airlines has taken delivery of the first of eight Boeing 737-800s leased by Singapore-based lessor BOC Aviation. Before the end of the year, the airline will take delivery of three more of the type. In 2018 it will add eight more 737-800s; in 2019, it will take six more from other lessors. The new aircraft is the first in the fleet that equipped with Split Scimitar Winglet, which Pobeda said will decrease fuel consumption by 1.6%. The ...

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