Moscow-based VIM Avia has taken delivery of its first leased Airbus A319. The aircraft, which accommodates 150 passengers in one-class configuration, will be used on some leisure destinations. Later this year, the carrier will take delivery of the second aircraft of the type. VIM Avia operates a fleet of nine Boeing 757s. The carrier also disclosed plans to add two 767s, although VIM representatives said the carrier has not yet found suitable aircraft. VIM Avia launched flights in 2003 as a ...

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