Russia’s UTair Airline will reconfigure its eight Boeing 767s into a 255-seat, two-class layout comprising 10 in business and 245 in economy. Currently, the airline’s 767s can carry 170 passengers in a two-class configuration with 25 in business class and 145 in economy. Aviation Technical Services, which will perform the modification at its Kansas City facility, should complete the work on four aircraft before August and the other four before Dec. 1. UTair Passenger Airlines ...

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