Aeroflot (Moscow Exchange ticker: AFLT) has taken delivery of its 10th new A320 fitted with state-of-the-art aerodynamic Sharklets wing-tips. The aircraft has been named in honour of Soviet cosmonaut, Colonel of the Medical Service Boris Egorov.
Today, Aeroflot’s fleet includes 99 A319/320/321 family aircraft with an average age of 4.8 years.
All A320 aircraft are delivered to Aeroflot directly from the manufacturer. The new A320 Boris Egorov is equipped with CFM56 engines and can accommodate 158 passengers in a spacious two-class configuration (8 seats in business and 150 in economy). These aircraft provide services primarily on European and domestic routes. Aeroflot is one of the world’s leading airlines in terms of operational reliability and actual hours flown per A320 aircraft.
A320 airplanes meet the highest reliability, safety and comfort standards and are considered one of the best aircraft available for medium-range flights.
Date: Apr 30, 2014