Russia’s UTair has taken delivery of its first directly purchased Boeing 737-800. The airline has 40 737s on order to be delivered in the next several years. UTair CEO Andrey Martirosov said the 162-seat 737s “meet today's development needs of the airline by their optimized operating performance and … allow us to continue enhancing efficiency of our route network and drive customer appeal for both domestic and international flights.”

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