New Boeings 767-300ER for S7's Moscow – Novosibirsk flightsBack to list
S7 Airlines is receiving new type of aircrafts, long haul Boeing 767-300ER, which have arrived at the Novosibirsk (OVB) Tolmachevo airport to undergo customs procedures. The wide bodied Boeing 767-300ER aircraft is the first of the three aircrafts of the said type, which the company will induct into operation before the end of 2008. Starting middle October of this year the aircraft will begin regular flights on the routes Moscow – Novosibirsk. That was announced on S7's Official website yesterday.
About S7: S7 Airlines (new brand of Sibir' Airlines) is based in Novosibirsk. Tolmachevo (OVB) is it's home airport. S7 Airlines is currently Russia's largest and fastest growing airline, also it is the largest Russian carrier by the number of transported passengers on domestic routes.
About Boeing 767-300ER: The 767-300ER is the extended-range version of the -300. It first flew in 1986 and received its first commercial orders in 1987. The aircraft entered service with AA in 1988. In 1995, EVA Air used a 767-300ER to inaugurate the first transpacific 767 service. The -300ER has a minimum takeoff run of around 6,000 ft (1,825 m), and a maximum of 7,900 ft (2,400 m).
Related materials: Detailed information about Moscow-Novosibirsk flights.
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