Smartavia Airline, formerly known as Aeroflot-Nord and Nordavia, took delivery of its first Boeing 737-800 in the new branding. The Russian airline will receive seven more of the type by mid-summer, Smartavia general director Sergey Savostin said. The first 737, rebranded as Smartavia, arrived at St. Petersburg Pulkovo International Airport, one of the carrier’s base airports, on April 10. “In IATA summer season 2019, the carrier will perform flights from St. Petersburg to 18 ...

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