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In mid-2016 a deal for a further 10 leased Sukhoi Superjets was announced. By 1952, some 700 destinations around the Soviet Union received regular flights from Aeroflot. Its flights were mainly concentrated around the Soviet Union, but the airline also had an international network covering five continents: North and South America, Europe, Africa and Asia. The company denied all the accusations of discrimination. The Li-2 would be replaced by the , which entered service in 1947, and the , which entered service in 1954. During 1925, Dobrolet operated 2,000 flights over a distance of 1,000,000 kilometres 620,000 mi , carrying 14,000 passengers and 127,500 kilograms 281,100 lb of freight, on a route network extending to some 5,000 kilometres 3,100 mi. In March 2014 as a response to the company announced rerouting their flights to avoid flying over the territory of.

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Aeroflot

Aeroflot

From the start, plans were afoot to replace the logo, a symbol of Soviet communism; despite this the logo was not scrapped, as it was the most recognisable symbol of the company for over 70 years. As of that year Aeroflot had plans to build a dedicated 35,000-square-metre 380,000 sq ft headquarters in proximity to. Founded in 1923, it is also one of the world's oldest airlines. . Aeroflot took delivery of its 10th Boeing 737-800.

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Aeroflot Flight Information

Aeroflot

Under the third Five-Year Plan, which began in 1938, civil aviation development continued, with improvements to airport installations being made and construction of airports being commenced. Aeroflot became the second worldwide operator of the Sukhoi Superjet 100 when delivered the first aircraft of the type to the company in June 2011 2011-06. Flights from Moscow to Berlin, via Königsberg, were suspended until 1940, when they were restarted by Aeroflot and as a result of the signing of the , and would continue until the beginning of the in 1941. Regular flights by Dobrolet from Moscow to commenced on 15 July 1923. By 2009 Aeroflot began leasing 7,000 square metres 75,000 sq ft of space from a class A office building on owned by Midland Development.

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Banker , the man behind National Reserve Corporation, reached a deal with Boeing to prolong the deadline, using his corporation's money. At December 2018 , the Group fleet totalled 366 aircraft, of which 253 corresponded to Aeroflot Airline. It saw improvements in its earnings and number of passengers carried. The document was significant as it was the first time that a Russian state had declared sovereignty over its. The airline began international flights with the type on 12 October 1956 under the command of with flights from Moscow to. Aeroflot firmed up an order for 20 Sukhoi Superjet 100s in July 2017 during the.

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Aeroflot

Aeroflot is still considered the de facto national airline of Russia. A contract for the acquisition of 22 was signed in June 2007 2007-06 , reportedly consisting of Boeing 787-8s with deliveries starting in 2014; in September the same year, Boeing officially announced that Aeroflot placed an order for these aircraft in a deal worth 3. After Lenin issued an order, a State Commission was formed on 31 January 1921 for the purpose of civil aviation planning in the Soviet Union. In April 2006 2006-04 , Aeroflot became the tenth airline to join , and the first air carrier in the former Soviet Union to do so. Shown here is an Il-86 after a two-hour route-proving flight between Moscow and Mineralnye Vody. In 2005, Aeroflot ordered 30 Sukhoi Superjet 100 aircraft with 98 seats in one class. Matters came to a head in September 2006 as Aeroflot's board of directors convened to vote on the Boeing contract.

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Aeroflot

In September 2005, the company suspended direct flights between Moscow and. The number of passengers carried in 1955 increased to 2,500,000, whilst freight and mail carriage also increased, to 194,960 and 63,760 tons, respectively. On 1 September 2010, Aeroflot announced that it had plans to order a total of 126 Russian-built aircraft by 2020. At March 2007, Aeroflot was owned by the Russian Government via 51. Despite the A330s having been initially aimed at providing interim capacity ahead of the arrival of both the Airbus A350s and the Boeing 787s the company had previously ordered, the type has been gradually incorporated into the fleet on a long-term basis. An Aeroflot The carrier started flying the supersonic on freighter services in 1975.

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The Aeroflot fleet shrank dramatically in the post-Soviet era, dropping from 5,400 planes in 1991 to 115 in 1996. The aircraft is configured in a two-class composition with 20 seats in business class and 138 seats in economy class. In 1962, Aeroflot began operating the , the smaller version of the Tu-104, on regional routes. Aeroflot became the first airline to operate the first , the , in 1968. Prior to the invasion, the Aeroflot network extended over some 146,000 kilometres 91,000 mi , and amongst the longest routes being operated from Moscow were those to via , Tashkent and.

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