Airbus celebrated the 40th anniversary of the entry into service of its first aircraft—the A300B—operated by Air France as the launch customer. The A300B was the world’s first twin-engine widebody. Starting in 1974, 878 A300/A310 family aircraft have been manufactured. More than 400 of these aircraft are still in service with 65 customers. Aeroflot has taken delivery of its fifth Boeing 737-800, which can accommodate 158 passengers in a dual-class configuration of 20 seats ...

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