Russia’s largest airline, Aeroflot, plans to cancel orders for Boeing 787s and will rely instead on the  Boeing 777 and Airbus A350 for long-haul flights. The decision is expected to receive final approval at the airline’s shareholder meeting at the end of December. The rights to purchase the 22 787s will be transferred to Avia Capital Service, a leasing subsidiary of Russian government-owned industrial conglomerate Rostec, under an agreement among Aeroflot, Avia and ...

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