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Old June 11th, 2012, 11:32 PM   #321
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I think there are advantages to run more than one airport in cities like Moscow:
- when one airport temporary closes, the traffic can be diverted to the other airports of the city
- Moscow is growing and growing, the same with the traffic, quite nice traffic can be splitted on the airports?
- competition between the airports, if there is competion, airports need to get better to hold the traffic, I am convinced that the situation would still be like in the 90ies if there was no competition, and believe me: Moscows airport where horrible places in the 90ies

Look at cities like NY oder London, both have more than one airport ...
- If there is an emergency, then all airports would close anyway, like 9/11 in the US. If there is an aircraft problem, the airport would have more runways for multiple aircraft to land and take off.
- If all traffic is diverted into one airport then its stats will be higher, and it will look more busy, giving Moscow a more serious impression than all the airports looking like a Chinese ghost town.
- If there is one airport, there is more centralization, and more focus is given to improving that one airport which gives way for larger and more advanced development projects. Instead of the government having to divide money to 3 or 4 different airports, the combined money can be used to build new runways, taxiways, and expand/renovate terminals on one scale that would not be enough by dividing it.

Look at Berlin, it is a major European city, and it has one airport. Btw, too me having these airports looks more chaotic and messy, why not just have one? Will be easier for passengers.
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Old June 16th, 2012, 08:02 AM   #323
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AEROFLOT W12 Long-Haul Operation Changes as of 10JUN12
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Update at 1300GMT 10JUN12

As per 10JUN12 GDS timetable and inventory display, latest summary of AEROFLOT’s planned Winter 2012/13 long-haul operation as follows. Additional changes remain possible:

Moscow Sheremetyevo – Delhi Planned Boeing 767-300ER operation during selected period in Winter 2012/13 is cancelled. Airbus A330-200/-300 operates on daily basis
28OCT12 – 16DEC12 / 21JAN13 – 13FEB13 Airbus A330-200
17DEC12 – 20JAN13 / 14FEB13 – 30MAR13 Airbus A330-300

Moscow Sheremetyevo – Goa
eff 23DEC12 Service increases from 4 to 5 weekly
eff 01FEB13 Airbus A330-300 replaces Ilyushin Il96 on all 5 weekly flights

Previously reported changes:
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Bangkok See separate entry below regarding Boeing 777-300ER operation, from 01FEB13
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Colombo Boeing 767-300ER operating in Winter twice a week, replacing planned A330-300
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Dubai All 2 daily service operates with A320, replacing 11 weekly A320 and 3 weekly Ilyushin Il96 in W11
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Ho Chi Minh Service increases from 2 to 3 weekly. Airbus A330-300 replaces Boeing 767-300ER from 01FEB13
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Hong Kong Airbus A330-300 operates daily, replacing 767 in W11
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Miami Service resumes after 12 years of suspension, 3 weekly A330-200 operation. Reservation is open since early-June 2012
Moscow Sheremetyevo – New York JFK Winter operation increases from 1 to 2 daily, A330-300 operating
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Phuket See separate entry below regarding Boeing 777-300ER operation, from 02MAR13
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Sanya Planned new service with Il96 twice a week. Reservation remains not available
SU216 SVO2315 – 1345+1SYX IL9 26
SU217 SYX1515 – 2230SVO IL9 37

Moscow Sheremetyevo – Seoul Incheon Winter season operates with A330-300 five times a week, replacing 767 in W11
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Tel Aviv Winter season operates with A330-300 on daily basis, replacing Ilyushin Il96 in W11

At present time schedules on/after 01FEB13 is not loaded in the system:
Beirut, Colombo, Damascus, Dubai, Male, Seoul Incheon, Tokyo Narita, Ulaan Baatar, Washington Dulles

At present time following destinations are not opened for reservation on/after 28OCT12:
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Cancun 2 weekly A330-200
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Denpasar A330-200 service operates every 10-11 days
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Punta Cana 3 weekly A330-200

Boeing 777-300ER
On 29MAY12, Airline Route first reported that AEROFLOT is due to introduce Boeing 777-300ER aircraft to its operation starting Feb 2013, initially operating service to Bangkok (Feb 2013) and Phuket (Mar 2013). These will replace Airbus A330-300 operation.

Moscow Sheremetyevo – Bangkok eff 01FEB13
SU270/271 (daily service)
01FEB13 – 24FEB13 Day x4 from SVO, Day x5 from BKK
eff 25FEB13 Daily

SU272/273 (4 weekly service)
eff 01MAR13 Day 125 from SVO, Day 236 from BKK (Day 7 from SVO, Day 1 from BKK operates with A330-300)

Moscow Sheremetyevo – Phuket eff 02MAR13 3 weekly service
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Old June 16th, 2012, 08:03 AM   #324
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Donavia to Launch Airbus A319 Operation from late-Oct 2012
by JL
Update at 2320GMT 10JUN12

As per 11JUN12 GDS timetable and inventory display, AEROFLOT Group carrier Donavia is to introduce Airbus A319 aircraft to its operation, progressively replacing Boeing 737-400/-500 fleet. The airline is to receive 2 138-seater A319 initially, which is already advertised on AEROFLOT’s inflight magazine. However A319 operation is scheduled to be in effect starting 28OCT12.

Initial planned A319 operation as follows:

Mineralnye Vody – Moscow Sheremetyevo eff 28OCT12 All 3 daily service operates with A319, replaces Boeing 737-500
D94371 MRV0640 – 0905SVO 319 D
D94373 MRV1400 – 1625SVO 319 D
D94375 MRV2035 – 2305SVO 319 D

D94370 SVO0955 – 1225MRV 319 25
D94370 SVO1010 – 1235MRV 319 13
D94370 SVO1015 – 1235MRV 319 467
D94374 SVO1450 – 1725MRV 319 D
D94372 SVO1715 – 1945MRV 319 D

Mineralnye Vody – Yerevan eff 28OCT12 All 2 weekly service operates with A319, replaces Boeing 737-500
D94384 MRV2130 – 2240EVN 319 25
D94385 EVN2340 – 0045+1MRV 319 25

Moscow Sheremetyevo – Saratov eff 28OCT12 All 1 daily service operates with A319, replaces Boeing 737-500
D94398 SVO0810 – 1025STW 319 D
D94399 STW1115 – 1330SVO 319 D

Rostov – Moscow Sheremetyevo eff 01DEC12 Airbus A319 aircraft progressively replaces Boeing 737-400/-500
D94305 ROV0550 – 0750SVO 319 D
D94301 ROV1225 – 1415SVO 319 D
D94363 ROV1305 – 1505SVO 319 57
D94363 ROV1400 – 1600SVO 319 x257
D94303 ROV1850 – 2050SVO 319 D

D94304 SVO0850 – 1055ROV 319 D
D94300 SVO1520 – 1725ROV 319 D
D94362 SVO1605 – 1810ROV 319 57
D94362 SVO1700 – 1905ROV 319 x257
D94302 SVO2145 – 2350ROV 319 D

D94363/4362 eff 11JAN13
By Jan 2013, 2 of 6 daily flights operates with Boeing 737-400/-500 aircraft

Rostov – Dubai eff 15JAN13
D94324 ROV1530 – 1945DXB 319 2
D94325 DXB2045 – 0105+1ROV 319 2
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AEROFLOT Plans Boeing 777-300ER Service to Milan from Feb 2013
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Update at 0720GMT 14JUN12

As per 14JUN12 GDS timetable and inventory display, AEROFLOT is to introduce 397-seater Boeing 777-300ER operation on Moscow Sheremetyevo – Milan Malpensa route once a week, from 08FEB13.

Reservation for the 777-300ER flight is now open. Schedule:

SU2410 SVO1010 – 1055MXP 77W 5
SU2411 MXP1205 – 1830SVO 77W 5
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S7 Airlines Starts Seasonal Moscow – Genoa Service
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Update at 0920GMT 14JUN12

S7 Airlines on 09JUN12 has launched seasonal service on Moscow Domodedovo – Genoa route. The seasonal flight operates until 22SEP12 with A320, once a week.

Schedule:

S7607 DME1815 – 2010GOA 320 6
S7608 GOA2100 – 0255+1DME 320 6
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Old June 16th, 2012, 09:41 AM   #327
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Bombardier Inc said on Thursday that its Q400 turboprop plane has been approved for operation in Russia, a "key growth market" in its global expansion strategy.

Montreal-based Bombardier, which has been expanding its sales force to drive business in emerging markets, said the approval by Russia's Interstate Aviation Committee was a milestone in its growing presence in Russia.


There are currently more than 80 Dash 8-Q-Series turboprops and CRJ regional jets in service in Russia, where carriers have flown Bombardier's regional planes si nce 2003, the company said.


"More approval is better than less. It gives them one more market they can sell into and it's a market well suited for the aircraft," said PI Financial analyst Chris Murray.


"I wouldn't think it would dramatically move the needle."


Bombardier said it has booked firm orders for 428 Q400 airliners.


Canada's No. 2 airline, WestJet Airlines Ltd said in May that it will buy 20 Q400 NextGen aircraft, the latest version of the Q400 planes, with an option to purchase 25 more over the next six years. It plans to launch a new regional carrier in the second half of 2013.


Bombardier shares were up 1 percent, or 4 Canadian cents, to C$3.83 on the Toronto Stock Exchange on Wednesday afternoon.

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Old June 21st, 2012, 09:49 PM   #328
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Transaero Adds 2nd Daily Moscow – Vladivostok from late-July 2012


Transaero from 25JUL12 is introducing Second daily flight on Moscow Domodedovo – Vladivostok route, on board Boeing 777-200ER aircraft. The airline currently operates this route once a day with 777-300.

Schedule:

UN121 DME1915 – 1055+1VVO 772 D
UN123 DME2150 – 1310+1VVO 773 D

UN122 VVO1255 – 1505DME 772 D
UN124 VVO1535 – 1705DME 773 D


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TRANSAERO schedule for Paris flights

Vnukovo - Paris Orly

Flight No Departure time Arrival time Days Aircraft Period
UN 357 10:35 12:40 12457 Б737-700 27.07.2012 - 26.10.2012

Moscow - Domodedovo - Paris Orly

Flight No Departure time Arrival time Days Aircraft Period
UN 359 10:35 12:40 36 Б737-700 28.07.2012 - 27.10.2012

Paris Orly - Vnukovo

Flight No Departure time Arrival time Days Aircraft Period
UN 358 15:30 21:30 12457 Б737-700 27.07.2012 - 26.10.2012

Paris Orly - Moscow - Domodedovo

Flight No Departure time Arrival time Days Aircraft Period
UN 360 15:30 21:30 36 Б737-700 28.07.2012 - 27.10.2012

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Transaero Airlines firms up orders for 4 A380s
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Transaero Airlines, Russia's second largest airline, has completed a purchase agreement with Airbus for four A380 aircraft. The agreement was signed today by Olga Pleshakova, Transaero Airlines CEO and Christopher Buckley, Airbus' Executive Vice President Europe, Asia and the Pacific on the first day of the Saint Petersburg International Economic Forum.


This order follows a Memorandum of Understanding signed in October 2011. The deal will be financed with the support of VEB Leasing.

Transaero becomes the first customer for the A380 in Russia, the CIS and Eastern Europe. The Russian carrier plans to start operations with the A380 on its long-range network of high density routes from Moscow. The aircraft will feature a three class cabin layout, seating about 700 passengers. Transaero will announce the engine selection soon.


"Our airline, with its strong innovation culture, will be the first in Russia to fly the A380, the world's largest passenger aircraft. I am sure that the operation of the A380 will stimulate the development of Russia's aviation sector, in particular, its ground infrastructure. In addition, our passengers will benefit from the completely new air travel experience that the A380 offers with its spacious, comfortable cabin, for their long-haul flights." said Olga Pleshakova, Transaero Airlines CEO.



"We are delighted to welcome Transaero as our new A380 customer," said John Leahy, Airbus Chief Operating Officer, Customers. "We are confident that this most efficient aircraft will enable the airline to cope with the traffic growth in Russia and offer its passengers unrivalled levels of comfort on board," he added.


Transaero Airlines launched its services in November 1991, and currently serves more than 130 routes all over the world.


Since entering service in 2007 the eco-efficient A380 has exceeded all expectations, flying more people further at lower cost (over 23 million passengers up to date). The spacious, quiet cabin and the smooth ride have made the aircraft a favourite with passengers.



This has resulted in higher than average load factors and increased profitability on A380 flights, providing airlines with a key competitive advantage wherever they operate the type. With 100 flights per day, the A380 is becoming a familiar sight at airports across the globe. The A380 fleet transports one million passengers each month and performs a takeoff or landing every eight minutes.


Including today's orders for four A380 from Transaero, the total A380 order book stands at 257 aircraft from 20 customers worldwide. To date, Airbus has delivered 77 aircraft to eight customers.
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Transaero Airlines and Sukhoi Civil Aircraft signed a firm contract on delivery of six Sukhoi Superjet 100 aircraft

June 21, 2012, St Petersburg – In frame of the 16th Petersburg International Economic Forum JSC Sukhoi Civil Aircraft (SCAC) and Transaero Airlines, the second largest Russian carrier, signed a contract on six Sukhoi Superjet 100/95B aircraft with ten options. The firm order is valued at 212.4 million USD at list prices. The deal could reach 566.4 million USD if options are converted into firm orders.

The contract was signed by Transaero Airlines General Director Olga Pleshakova and President of the United Aircraft Corporation Mikhail Pogosyan on behalf of SCAC.

The SSJ100 aircraft for Transaero will feature a comfortable two-class 90-seat layout (8 in business class and 82 in economy class). Deliveries are scheduled to start in 2015 and continue through 2017.

“Transaero is committed to support Russian aircraft manufacturing with our firm orders. We chose Sukhoi Superjet 100 as the most modern Russian aircraft that is highly competitive with best models in its class. These aircraft in Transaero’s fleet will contribute in meeting an important challenge for the Russian civil aviation – to develop an affordable regional route network in our country”, stressed Transaero Airlines Director General Olga Pleshakova.

“Transaero Airlines is among the 50 largest air carriers in the world and ranks in the top five safest European airlines. Transaero’s selection marks the recognition of our product’s high quality and superior operating ability. I am convinced that the Sukhoi Superjet 100 will become an efficient tool that will be used by the airline in implementing its regional services development plan”, said Mikhail Pogosyan, President of the United Aircraft Corporation.
http://www.superjetinternational.com...aircraft/2012/

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That's for regional flights right?
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Russia's Transaero signs deal for Airbus A380 jets


AFP - Russia's second-largest airline Transaero signed a $1.7 billion deal Thursday to buy four Airbus A380 jets, becoming the first ex-Soviet region carrier to order the world's biggest passenger jet.

Transaero's general director Olga Pleshakova and Airbus Executive Vice-President Europe, Christopher Buckley, signed purchase agreement on the first day of the annual Saint Petersburg Economic Forum.

"It is a historic moment for Airbus and this is the first contract in Russia and the CIS for the A380," Buckley told journalists at the signing, referring to the Commonwealth of Independent States, an alliance of ex-Soviet states.

"We are very confident that the fleet will not stop at four aircraft and we are looking forward to working towards (adding) many more A380s to this first in Russia."

The A380, which entered service in 2007, is the world's biggest passenger jet and a key product in Airbus's line-up as it battles its main rival, US giant Boeing, for the top spot in the world civil airliner industry.

The Transaero order is the first from an airline in Russia, the CIS and Eastern Europe and brings the total number of orders for the aircraft to 257 from 20 customers, Airbus said in a statement on its website.

So far Airbus has delivered 77 of the planes.

Transaero has until now almost exclusively used Boeing jets, but recently made a shift towards France-based Airbus, which is owned by European aerospace giant EADS.

In December it signed a firm order with Airbus to buy eight smaller A320neo planes with the option of acquiring four more jets.

"It was really fairly significant what we did last year when we completed our first deal for new aircraft with Transaero," said Buckley.

"We have now broken into the Transaero market. They have now selected two of our aircraft (...) so we think we have quite a promising future ahead," he added.

The A380 jets are due to be delivered starting in 2015 and are set to be used for longhaul flights between Moscow and southeastern Asia and the Caribbean region, Transaero's Pleshakova said.

Transaero also signed a firm contract on Thursday at the economic forum to buy six Sukhoi Superjet-100 planes with the option of buying 10 more.

The catalogue price of the planes in the firm contract is $212.4 million, with deliveries planned from 2015 to 2017, Transaero and Sukhoi Civil Aircraft said in a joint statement.

The Sukhoi Superjet-100 produced by Russia's Sukhoi in partnership with Italy's Alenia Aermacchi was designed to revive the Russian aviation industry but its image was tarnished when a plane giving a demonstration in Indonesia crashed in May, killing 45 with the cause still under investigation.

Transaero, which made its first flight in 1991 has a fleet of 86 planes and flies to more than 130 destinations.

Its larger rival, former Soviet flag-carrier Aeroflot has a fleet of 120 planes, including both Airbus and Boeings as well as Sukhoi Superjet-100s.

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Transaero to Start Paris Orly Service from late-July 2012


Transaero starting 27JUL12 will launch daily service to Paris Orly. 2 of 7 weekly service operates from Moscow Domodedovo, while the remaining 5 operates from Vnukovo. Boeing 737-700 aircraft operates these routes:

Moscow Domodedovo – Paris Orly
UN359 DME1035 – 1240ORY 73G 36
UN360 ORY1530 – 2130DME 73G 36


Moscow Vnukovo – Paris Orly
UN357 VKO1035 – 1240ORY 73G x36
UN358 ORY1530 – 2130VKO 73G x36


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Transaero Airlines Performed First Scheduled Moscow – Rome Flight



Transaero Airlines, Russia’s second-largest carrier, after being named under the process of liberalization of air transportation between Russia and Italy a designated carrier on the Moscow - Rome route operated its first-ever scheduled flight from Moscow Vnukovo airport to Fiumicino – Leonardo da Vinci airport in Rome.

Transaero was pleased with the number of passengers on the first flight from Moscow to Rome demonstrating the need for additional capacity on the route. To perform the inaugural flight Transaero even operated a Boeing 777 aircraft with a larger seating capacity.

Initially Transaero’s flights UN399/400 between Moscow and Rome will be operated five times a week (except Mondays and Tuesdays) under the following schedule. Departure from Moscow at 9:15 am, arrival in Rome at 10:50 am. Departure from Rome at 11:40 am, arrival in Moscow at 5:10 pm. All times local.

From September 24, 2012, the service will be offered daily.
On a large scale Boeing 737 aircraft with two-class configuration including Business and Economy classes of services will be operated on the Moscow – Rome route.

This is the first step in increasing Transaero Airlines presence in the Italian airline market. Thus on June 28, 2012, the company launches scheduled flights from Moscow to Venice as well as from St. Petersburg to Rome and Milan. On June 30, 2012, Transaero starts operations on the Moscow – Milan route.

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AEROFLOT W12 Russia/CIS – Europe Operation Changes as of 03JUL12

As per 03JUL12 GDS timetable and inventory display, new changes to AEROFLOT’s planned Winter 2012/13 Russia/CIS and European operation as follows.

Additional changes remain possible:

Moscow Sheremetyevo – Tallinn NEW 1 Daily service with Airbus A319.
SU2104 SVO1020 – 1000TLL 319 D
SU2105 TLL1050 – 1420SVO 319 D


Moscow Sheremetyevo – Helsinki SU9 replacing A319, 1 daily

Moscow Sheremetyevo – Krakow Planned service increases from 4 weekly (Day x136) to daily, SU9 operating

Moscow Sheremetyevo – Milan Malpensa eff 08FEB12 SU2410/2411 on Day 5 operates with Boeing 777-300ER instead of A321

Moscow Sheremetyevo – Nice Winter service increases from daily in W11 to 9 weekly in W12

Moscow Sheremetyevo – Samarkand NEW 6 weekly service, planned to begin from 28OCT12. Reservation remains unavailable

Moscow Sheremetyevo – Vilnius Airbus A320 replacing SU9, 1 daily

Increased frequencies in Summer 2012 will be maintained in Winter 2012 on following routes:

Moscow Sheremetyevo – Brussels 2 Daily
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Bucharest 3 weekly. Airbus A319 replacing SU9 in S12
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Oslo 2 Daily
Moscow Sheremetyevo – St. Petersburg 14 Daily
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Zagreb 1 Daily. SU9 replacing A320 in S12

http://airlineroute.net/2012/07/03/su-ciseu-w12update2/
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