Russia’s Ural Airlines will take delivery of five A320s family in the first quarter of 2014. The aircraft, comprising three A319s and two A320s, were manufactured in 2008-2009 and operated by airlines in Europe and Asia. Ural Airlines CEO Sergey Skuratov said the company may be interested in ordering two more aircraft, preferably the A321. Yekaterinburg-based Ural—Russia’s sixth largest airline—operates 19 A320s, 10 A321s and two A319s. During the first 10 months of ...

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