Transaero Airlines took delivery of its seventh 777, lifting its fleet to 55 aircraft comprising 12 747s, seven 777s, 12 767s, 21 737s and three Tu-214s. The Russian airline in the spring signed contracts for the acquisition of five 777-200s previously operated by Singapore Airlines and nine ex-Japan Airlines 747-400s as part of its ongoing fleet development and modernization program (ATW Daily News, April 29). All five 777s have been delivered. Transaero is using them for operations on ...

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