Ural Airlines adds Airbus 319 to its fleet of vehicles

5 August 2013 (10:07)

August 5, 2013. Ural Airlines added one Airbus 319 to its fleet of vehicles. The air carrier's press service reports that the liner is fit for 134 passengers (126 economy class seats and 8 business class ones).

'The new A319 will set off on its first flight under Ural Airlines name today: the plane will take its passengers from Yekaterinburg to the seaside resort of Anapa,' the press service says.

With the addition of this new Airbus 319, the company's fleet of vehicles now comprises 31 aircraft (19 A320 ones, 10 A321 ones, and 2 A319 ones).

Ural Airlines launched its fleet renovating program in 2006, and the air carrier kept purchasing new planes every year. The European concern Airbus's air liners proved highly efficient and very suitable for operating medium-haul flights. Airbus planes of the A320/321 family of aircraft are some of the most spacious among the narrow-bodied airplanes. What is more, they are believed to be among the best in terms of noise insulation and cabin lighting.

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