Rossiya Airlines will retire its nine 747s by the end of 2024. The aircraft had been operated by Transaero Airlines but transferred to Rossiya following Transaero’s bankruptcy in 2016. The aircraft are currently utilised for charter flights, which will continue operations with narrowbody aircraft once the 747s are retired. Rossiya will retain 10 777-300s in its long-haul fleet, which now mainly operates subsidized flights from Moscow to the Far East. Rossiya’s fleet includes 20 A319s, eight A320s, and 12 737-800s. The regional Superjet 100 fleet will increase from 66 to 87 this year, while the airline will also become the

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