Russia’s VIM Avia has taken delivery of its first Airbus A330-200, which is configured in a two-class cabin layout with 24 seats in business and 228 in economy class, the airline in a statement. The Moscow Domodedovo-based carrier announced it would expand the fleet with A330 aircraft in August 2016. Last year, VIM Avia added a Boeing 777 to a fleet that also includes 737-500, 757-200, 767-300 and A319 aircraft. VIM Avia operates domestic and international, scheduled and charter ...

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