Russia’s Red Wings Airlines took delivery of its first Airbus A321 with 220 economy seats May 19. The aircraft is leased from Aviation Capital Group. Before the end of the year, the carrier will receive six more Airbus aircraft, according to a company statement. “The A321 will allow us to improve the airline’s efficiency […] and to prepare for MC-21 operations,” Red Wings CEO Evgeny Klyucharev said. The Moscow Domodedovo-based airline operates a fleet of ...

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