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  • ​PICTURE: UTair’s first Superjet sports special livery


    Sukhoi has painted UTair’s first Superjet 100 in a special livery.


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  • ​PICTURE: UTair’s first Superjet sports special livery


    Sukhoi has painted UTair’s first Superjet 100 in a special livery.


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  • ​PICTURE: UTair’s first Superjet sports special livery

    News | 30 May 2014 09:56 | Michael Gubisch

    Sukhoi has painted UTair’s first Superjet 100 in a special livery.http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/PICTURE-UTairs-first-Superjet-sports-special-livery-399843/
  • An-24 crew tried to divert before river ditching

    News | 19 Jul 2011 10:06 | David Kaminski-Morrow

    Preliminary investigation into the fatal Angara Airlines Antonov An-24 ditching in the River Ob has determined that the crew initially intended to divert...http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/An-24-crew-tried-to-divert-before-river-ditching-359640/
  • VIDEO: Angara An-24 ditches after engine fire

    News | 11 Jul 2011 09:22 | David Kaminski-Morrow

    At least five occupants of a Russian-operated Antonov An-24 have been killed after it ditched on water during a domestic flight.http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/VIDEO-Angara-An-24-ditches-after-engine-fire-359321/
  • Rising fuel costs drive Russian carriers to tough measures: ATI

    News | 15 Nov 1999 10:51

    <p>Struggling to cope with soaring aviation fuel prices, Russia¹s airlines are set to boost air fares by as much as 50% and cut back their flights.</p> <p>This year the cost of jet fuel in Russia has risen steadily in line with mounting world oil prices. In January, a tonne of jet kerosene averaged roughly Rb1,500 ($65). Now, the same amount of fuel costs about Rb5,000 ($190).</p> <p>Until recently Russian airlines managed to keep fares artificially low despite mounting pressure from fuel suppliers. The Federal Service for Air Transport (FSAT) says air fares have grown by only 15% since last year¹s rouble devaluation while consumer prices have doubled or tripled. Charges for air navigation services have not changed at all.</p> <p>"Sadly enough, airlines cannot hold out any longer," acknowledges FSAT director Vladimir Andreyev. "Jet fuel price hikes are increasingly cutting into their profits and will certainly prompt rises in fares."</p> <p>Nikolai Ivanenko, Aeroflot deputy directohttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Rising-fuel-costs-drive-Russian-carriers-to-tough-measures-ATI-58344/