Ural Airlines has received its first Airbus A321neo, the third aircraft from the re-engined family to enter the Russian carrier's fleet.
The aircraft (VP-BOP) was ferried from the airframer's Hamburg Finkenwerder plant to Ekaterinburg on 1 November.
Ural says the aircraft is powered by CFM International Leap-1A engines, and is configured with 236 seats in an all-economy layout.
It conducted its first commercial service for the airline on 2 November, flying the Ekaterinburg-Moscow Domodedovo sector.
Ural's latest aircraft joins two A320neos delivered in August and September, and takes the overall fleet to 47. Cirium fleets data lists the twinjet as being leased from GECAS.