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S7 Airlines takes delivery of its first A320neo

Posted 21 July 2017 · Add Comment

S7 Airlines, one of Russia's leading carriers, member of Oneworld global airline alliance, has taken delivery of its' first A320neo which is on lease from BOC Aviation.



Above: (left to right) Ron Palmatier, Customer Fleet Director – Russia / CIS Region, Pratt & Whitney, Robert Martin, Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer BOC Aviation, Vladislav Filev, Co-owner and Member of the Board of Directors, S7 Airlines, Andreas Kramer, Vice President, Eastern Europe & Central Asia, Airbus.

The aircraft is the first Airbus to feature the airline’s new livery and is also the first NEO to be operated in Russia.


 
Powered by Pratt & Whitney engines, S7’s aircraft features a comfortable two-class cabin layout, (eight business and 156 economy class seats). The airline will operate the aircraft on domestic and international routes. Since the first aircraft entered service in 2004, S7’s Airbus fleet has grown to 44 A320 Family aircraft.

 

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