Moscow-based VIM Avia plans to sell eight Boeing 757-200s. Although the carrier did not disclose details, ATW was told the 757s would be replaced with new aircraft with various layouts enabling the carrier to respond to market changes easier. The existing 757s are configured in layouts with or without business class and can carry up to 220 passengers. The carrier acquired the 757s in 2003 from Condor Flugdienst and planned to operate them mostly on the leisure routes, but later the airline ...

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