Russia’s UTair will ground 40% of its fleet next year, which will allow the carrier to save up to RUB6.5 billion ($111.404 million) in 2015, according to an investor presentation. The airline plans to ground all 12 A321s. It will also stop operating 11 Boeing 757s, as part of these aircraft types are transferring to UTair’s charter subdivision. In addition, UTair will ground six Boeing 737-800s, leaving nine of the type in its fleet. It will stop using two Boeing 767s and the ...

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