Russia’s UTair Aviation is considering remarketing its 12 Airbus A321s by trying to find new customers for the aircraft that was delivered in 2013-2014. The airline is negotiating with Airbus to postpone delivery of eight of 20 aircraft from its original 2012 order. UTair announced the grounding of 12 A321s at the presentation, which was prepared by the carrier with Raiffeisen Bank. The fleet grounding will allow the airline to save up to RUB6.5 billion ($111.404 million) in 2015, ...

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