Aeroflot subsidiary Aurora Airline plans to double its number of passengers and fleet in next three years. By the end of this year, the Russian Far East subsidiary intends to increase its fleet with two Airbus A319s as well as an undisclosed number of Bombardier Q400s. According to a statement, by the end of the year the airline will operate 22 aircraft and will transport 1.2 million passengers, up 20%. It has a current fleet of 18 aircraft, comprising seven A319s, three Boeing 737s, six ...

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