Aeroflot is committed to phasing out its remaining Tu-134 and Tu-154 aircraft by 2010, according to press reports. Fourteen Tu-134s are scheduled to leave the fleet this year and be replaced by A320s and Sukhoi RRJs. The Tu-134 served the carrier for approximately 40 years. Aeroflot Chairman and CEO Valery Okulov told this website in November that Aeroflot's fleet plan calls for 65 A320 family aircraft and 30 RRJs on its short- and medium-haul network (ATWOnline, Nov. 22, 2006). It currently ...

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