Red Wings Airlines has canceled its order for six Airbus A220-300s, Russia’s only order for the type, for economic reasons. Red Wings CEO Evgeny Klyucharev said the Moscow Domodedovo-based carrier will change to the larger A321 narrowbody. The airline had hoped to begin A220 operations this spring, he said. In 2018, Red Wings ordered six 149-seat A220-300s (formerly the Bombardier CS300) through GTLK Europe, the Irish-based subsidiary of Russia’s government-owned GTLK leasing ...

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