S7 Airlines 767-300. Courtesy, S7 Russia’s S7 Airlines, which includes Sibir (S7) and Globus (GH), is evaluating whether to phase out its two Boeing 767-300ERs within the next two years. S7 deputy CEO Anton Eremin told ATW on the sidelines of the recent IATA annual general meeting and summit in Beijing that the carrier is “very much focused” on a narrowbody fleet. “The 767s are a niche aircraft for us ... Our Airbus A320 fleet operates 15 hr. per day, one of ...

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