Russia’s VIM Airlines carried 7,816 tonnes of cargo and 487 tonnes of post in the 2017 first half, tripled from the year-ago period, the airline said July 12. From January-June, all Russian airlines carried a total of 528,793 tonnes of cargo and post, up 21% year-over-year (YOY). VIM Airlines said the growth was the result of fleet expansion. Over the past year, the carrier added Airbus A330, Boeing 767 and 777 aircraft. The Moscow Domodedovo-based airline, which started operations ...

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