Aeroflot takes delivery of two brand-new aircraft
Jun 27, 2017: Aeroflot has taken delivery of its two new aircraft, including an Airbus A321 and a Boeing B737. The new Airbus A321 is named after Fyodor Volkov, the founder of the first permanent Russian theatre in mid 18th century.
The A321 airliner is designed in a two class composition with 16 seats in business and 167 in the economy. Aeroflot operates ?321 aircraft across its European and domestic routes network. The A321 aeroplanes satisfy the highest reliability, safety and comfort standards and are considered among the best for mid-range flights.
The new Boeing B737-800 bears the name of Semyon Chelyuskin, a Russian polar explorer and naval officer. Aeroflot’s Boeing 737-800 aircraft are equipped with aerodynamic wing-tips known as Sharklets. The airliner has a two-class composition with 20 seats in business class and 138 seats in economy class. The Business class salon is equipped with monitors for viewing media content. Boeing 737 is one of the world’s most popular single-aisle jet airliners providing a high level of comfort on medium-haul routes.
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