Russia’s UTair Airlines is negotiating with Airbus and Boeing on new delivery schedules for its orders for 20 A321s and 40 Boeing 737-800/900ERs, Interfax reported. Eight A321s and six 737s have been delivered in 2013 and 2014. Airbus and Boeing representatives in Russia have declined to comment on the matter. UTair, which launched a cost-cutting program this summer, plans to reduce management staff by 30%. In IATA’s 2014-2015 winter season, the carrier will reduce staff by ...

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