Russia´s UTair has decreased its fleet from 115 to 71 aircraft in line with its cost-cutting program, Impulse. The airline has grounded six Boeing 737-800s, 12 Airbus A321s and 15 Bombardier CRJ 200s. According to a UTair statement, it has transferred nine Boeing 757-200s and two Boeing 767-300s to its charter division that was created from Katekavia Airline. “The fleet optimization allows the airline to reach $100 million annual savings only because [of the reduction] of lease ...

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