Aeroflot Group’s consolidated regional subsidiary Rossiya Airlines has taken delivery of its first Boeing 747 in a new livery. The aircraft was previously operated by Transaero.

Rossiya’s entire fleet will be painted when new aircraft are delivered or regular maintenance is performed on the fleet, the carrier said in a statement.

Aeroflot Group has combined its three regional subsidiaries: Saint Petersburg-based Rossiya Airlines, Orenburg-based OrenAir and Rostov-on-Don-based Donavia. The carriers launched a combined network and charter flights from the IATA 2016 summer season.

The new Rossiya Airlines fleet will include more than70 aircraft, which will include former Transaero aircraft that Aeroflot agreed to lease from Sberbank Leasing in October 2015, including four 747s.

Aeroflot low-cost subsidiary,Pobeda Airlinesand Russia’s Far East-basedAurora Airlines, will remain self-contained.