Russia’s UTair (UT) has taken delivery of its first of eight Boeing 767s (ATW Daily News, May 28). By the end of the year, UT will get two more aircraft of the type. The rest of the aircraft will be delivered in 2013. UT, the third largest carrier in Russia, served 5.8 million passengers in 2011, 31.3% more than the previous year. UT will begin to use the 767s on routes from Moscow to Surgut and Tyumen in Western Siberia; later the carrier will launch domestic flights to the ...

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