Ural Airlines now runs 22 Airbus planes

27 December 2011 (09:16)

Ural Airlines’ fleet of vehicles now numbers as many as twenty-two Airbus planes. The company’s ninth Airbus A321 arrived at Koltsovo Airport of Yekaterinburg yesterday. This was yet another stage in the airline’s fleet upgrade program.

The new plane was bought on operational lease terms in Dublin, Ireland. Like the previous A321 planes, this one has 220 economy class seats. The air carrier intends to use it mostly for chartered flights.

Ural Airlines also intends to upgrade its fleet of vehicles further by buying four more airplanes in 2012 and to operate thirty Airbus planes by 2015.

The company also plans to start using long-haul aircraft.

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