Russia’s Nordwind Airlines has taken delivery its first two A330s, which it plans to operate on domestic long-haul routes, connecting the capital with Siberian regions and Far East. Nordwind, which launched operations in 2008, initially performed charter flights but later began scheduled services. From January-June, the Moscow Sheremetyevo-based carrier transported 1 million passengers on scheduled flights. According to Russia’s Federal Air Transport Agency, from January-May ...

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