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Old April 20th, 2013, 12:32 PM   #781
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The 1st 787 will come in 2016, the 1st A350 in 2018. The source doesn't make a distinction between the A350-800 and the -900. With the 1st delivery taking place in 2018 they could easily receive both versions in the same year.

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Huh!? In ATDB Data the first Boeing-787 is in 2014, A350 in 2014-2015.
And when Aeroflot will receive the first B739?
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The dates are from Aeroflot's own website, so they should be accurate. And since both the 787 and the A350 programs have suffered from delays since Aeroflot placed their orders in 2007 it's not that strange that they will come several years later then originally planned.

Aeroflot will introduce their 1st 738 this fall. I don't know when the 1st 739 will join the fleet, they might not even go to Aeroflot since the 737s will also go to some of their local subsidiaries.
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I heard of the B738 introduction for Aeroflot because it has been reported on Airline Route last October that the airline will use the new B737-800 on its Moscow-Ulan Bator flight. As for the other B737NG variants, I suspect that those might be for other airlines... however, I foresee that those might end up being with S7 Airlines because it, too, is a fast-growing airline with a lot of Airbus and Boeing aircraft.
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I heard of the B738 introduction for Aeroflot because it has been reported on Airline Route last October that the airline will use the new B737-800 on its Moscow-Ulan Bator flight. As for the other B737NG variants, I suspect that those might be for other airlines... however, I foresee that those might end up being with S7 Airlines because it, too, is a fast-growing airline with a lot of Airbus and Boeing aircraft.
Aeroflot will get 738 and 739 I think. They don't need B737-700, because it is "A319 from Boeing"
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The dates are from Aeroflot's own website, so they should be accurate. And since both the 787 and the A350 programs have suffered from delays since Aeroflot placed their orders in 2007 it's not that strange that they will come several years later then originally planned.

Aeroflot will introduce their 1st 738 this fall. I don't know when the 1st 739 will join the fleet, they might not even go to Aeroflot since the 737s will also go to some of their local subsidiaries.
I know that this data is from AFL's website, but in ATDB first A350 is in 2014 and Boeing 787 too.
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I think Aeroflot will get 738 to replace by them 738 of R2 on SVO-IKT, SVO-KRR etc. I talk about domestic route
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Go with the Aeroflot dates on the 787 and the A350.

And the 50 737s that are on order for Aeroflot by Rostechnology/Russian Technologies are for 15 737-700s, 25 738s and 10 739s.
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I think Aeroflot will get 738 to replace by them 738 of R2 on SVO-IKT, SVO-KRR etc. I talk about domestic route
Sure. But I think that any SU's subsidiary aircraft will work just fine because many flights are codeshared with Aeroflot anyway as it is the parent company, true?
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Sure. But I think that any SU's subsidiary aircraft will work just fine because many flights are codeshared with Aeroflot anyway as it is the parent company, true?
But Aeroflot s airplaners are more comfortable
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As per 23APR13 GDS timetable and inventory display, initial changes to AEROFLOT’s planned Winter 2013/14 Europe and CIS operation, effective 27OCT13, as follow.

Moscow Sheremetyevo – Baku 1 of 2 daily operated by Boeing 737-800, replacing A320
SU1850 SVO1200 – 1510GYD 738 D
SU1851 GYD1610 – 1925SVO 738 D

Moscow Sheremetyevo – Bucharest Service increases from 3 to 4 weekly, SuperJet operating
SU2034 SVO0945 – 1025OTP SU9 x246
SU2035 OTP1115 – 1535SVO SU9 x246

Moscow Sheremetyevo – Dusseldorf eff 01FEB14 1 of 3 daily operated by Boeing 737-800, replacing A320
SU2536 SVO0925 – 0945DUS 738 D
SU2537 DUS1040 – 1650SVO 738 D

Moscow Sheremetyevo – Frankfurt eff 01JAN14 1 of 4 daily operated by Boeing 737-800, replacing A320
SU2300 SVO1210 – 1235FRA 738 D
SU2301 FRA1405 – 2010SVO 738 D

Moscow Sheremetyevo – Kiev Borispil Service increases from 4 to 5 daily
SU1806 SVO1240 – 1220KBP 320 D
SU1807 KBP1310 – 1640SVO 320 D

Moscow Sheremetyevo – Tenerife South Service in Winter 2013 operates with A330-300, replacing Il96. 2 weekly operation

Service increases introduced in Summer 2013 season is maintained in Winter 2013
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Barcelona 3 daily
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Belgrade 2 daily
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Zagreb 1 daily (increase from 4 weekly)

Further changes remain possible in the next few months.
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As per 23APR13 GDS timetable and inventory display, latest changes to AEROFLOT’s planned Winter 2013/14 Domestic operation from 27OCT12 as follow. Planned domestic operation changes from 27OCT13 as follows.

Moscow Sheremetyevo – Abakan Service operates 6 weekly with A319, replacing previously planned A320
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Barnaul Airbus A321 operates daily, replacing previously planned A320 (Latest adjustment is now identical to W12)
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Chita Planned 6 weekly AEROFLOT 737-800 service, replacing Vladivostok Air Tu204 operation, is cancelled
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Kazan Winter operation increases from 3 daily in W12 to 5 daily (Previous plan: 4 daily)
SU1292 SVO0640 – 0810KZN 319 D
SU1190 SVO0830 – 1000KZN 320 D
SU1192 SVO1620 – 1750KZN SU9 D
SU1194 SVO1900 – 2040KZN SU9 D
SU1196 SVO2345 – 0115+1KZN 320 D

SU1197 KZN0600 – 0735SVO 320 D
SU1293 KZN0900 – 1030SVO 319 D
SU1191 KZN1050 – 1215SVO 320 D
SU1193 KZN1850 – 2030SVO SU9 D
SU1195 KZN2140 – 2315SVO SU9 D

Moscow Sheremetyevo – Khabarovsk Planned SU1710/1711 Boeing 777-300ER service temporary removed (service operates 1 daily as a result)
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Krasnodar AEROFLOT Mainline operates 7 daily flights (previously planned 6 daily), compared to 5 daily Mainline and 1 daily Donavia in W12
SU1110 SVO0150 – 0410KRR 319 D
SU1284 SVO0620 – 0835KRR 320 D
SU1272 SVO0850 – 1110KRR 320 D
SU1102 SVO1150 – 1410KRR 320 D
SU1104 SVO1555 – 1820KRR 320 D
SU1106 SVO1835 – 2055KRR 320 D
SU1274 SVO2310 – 0135+1KRR 320 D

SU1111 KRR0500 – 0715SVO 319 D
SU1275 KRR0600 – 0815SVO 320 D
SU1285 KRR0925 – 1140SVO 320 D
SU1273 KRR1200 – 1420SVO 320 D
SU1103 KRR1500 – 1715SVO 320 D
SU1105 KRR1910 – 2120SVO 320 D
SU1107 KRR2145 – 2355SVO 320 D

Moscow Sheremetyevo – Magnitogorsk Airbus A319 aircraft replaces SuperJet, daily operation (Previously planned A320)
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Nizhnekamsk Planned service increase from 2 to 3 daily cancelled
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Nizhniy Novgorod Service increases from 4 to 5 daily
SU1228 SVO0705 – 0820GOJ SU9 D
SU1229 GOJ0905 – 1025SVO SU9 D

Moscow Sheremetyevo – Omsk Planned service increases from 2 to 3 daily cancelled
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky Airbus A330-300 operates daily, replacing Boeing 777-300ER, for entire W13 season (Previously to operate until 31JAN14)
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Samara Service increases from 4 to 5 daily
SU1308 SVO0620 – 0800KUF 319 D
SU1309 KUF0850 – 1030SVO 319 D

Moscow Sheremetyevo – Yakutsk Service operates 6 weekly instead of planned daily. Boeing 737-800 operating
SU1750 SVO2205 – 1050+1YKS 738 x6
SU1751 YKS1230 – 1340SVO 738 x7

Previously reported changes:
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Adler/Sochi eff 01FEB14 Winter operation increases fro 5 daily to 9 daily, coinciding with Winter Olympics
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Chelyabinsk Service increases from 3 to 4 daily (2 daily A319 + 2 daily A320 service)
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Irkutsk Winter operation increases from 2 to 3 daily. Boeing 737-800 to replace A320 on following flights
SU1442/1443 eff 01JAN14 (eff 02JAN14 from IKT)
SU1440/1441 eff 02FEB14 (eff 03FEB14 from IKT)

Moscow Sheremetyevo – Novokuznetsk Airbus A320 replaces A319 on daily basis
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Surgut Winter operation increases from 1 daily in W12 to 2 daily, Airbus A320 operating
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Tomsk Airbus A321 operates daily, replacing A320
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Ufa Winter operation increases from 3 daily in W12 to 4 daily, Airbus A320/321 operating

Further changes remain possible in the next few months.
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AEROFLOT starting 02MAY13 is introducing Boeing 777-300ER operation on Moscow Sheremetyevo – Krasnojarsk route, operating 1 of 2 daily flights, replacing Airbus A319.

SU1482 SVO0045 – 0900KJA 77W D
SU1480 SVO2145 – 0610+1KJA 321 D

SU1481 KJA0720 – 0805SVO 321 D
SU1483 KJA1040 – 1120SVO 77W D
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As per 19APR13 GDS timetable and inventory display, second major adjustment to AEROFLOT’s Winter 2013/14 long-haul operation, effective 27OCT13), as follow.

Moscow Sheremetyevo – Cairo Service increases from 2 weekly to 4 weekly, A320 operating
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Goa Ilyushin Il96 continues 5 weekly operation, instead of previously planned A330-300
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Havana Boeing 767 operates 5 weekly, replacing A330-200 in W12
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Ho Chi Minh Airbus A330-300 replaces previously planned A330-200. (Except 16NOV13 – 16DEC13, operated by 767)
Moscow Sheremetyevo – New York JFK SU102/103 Airbus A330-300 operating, replacing previously planned 777-300ER
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Toronto eff 01MAR14 Airbus A330-300 replaces Boeing 767-300ER, 3 weekly (Previously to start from 27OCT13)
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Washington Dulleseff 03MAR13 Airbus A330-300 replaces Boeing 767-300, 2 weekly

Previously reported changes:
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Beirut Service operates 3 weekly with A319, increases from 2 weekly in W12
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Guangzhou Airbus A330-300 replaces Boeing 767-300ER. Service operates 5 weekly (increase effective 04SEP13)
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Hong Kong 27OCT13 – 22DEC13 Boeing 777-300ER operates daily, replacing Airbus A330-300
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Los Angeles Winter 2013/14 service operates 6 times a week (Day x2) with A330-200, increases from 5 weekly in W12
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Phuket eff 25DEC13 Winter seasonal 3 weekly service operates with Boeing 777-300ER (777 operated this route in March 2013)
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Shanghai Pu Dong SU206/207 operates with A330-300 on daily basis, replacing Boeing 767 (Overall 2 Daily A330-300 service)
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Tehran Service increases from 4 weekly in W12 to 5 weekly, Airbus A321 operating
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Ulan Baatar Boeing 737-800 operating (from 22SEP13) instead of A320. 3 weekly flights in Winter season remains unchanged
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Transaero Adds 3rd Weekly Hong Kong Service in S13

As per 24APR13 GDS timetable and inventory display, Transaero further revises planned Moscow Domodedovo – Hong Kong operation in Summer 2013 season. Latest adjustment sees the addition of 3rd weekly service.

UN965 DME2115 – 0950+1HKG 772 367
UN966 HKG1235 – 1820DME 772 147


Summer 2013 service operates from 30JUN13 to 26SEP13

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China Airlines and Russia's Transaero Airlines Launch Codeshare Service between Taiwan and Russia


Starting May 1, 2013, China Airlines will partner with Russia's Transaero Airlines on offering codeshare service between Taiwan and Russia. Passengers will enjoy the convenience of one-time check-in and baggage drop-off when flying roundtrip between Taoyuan Airport and Moscow via Bangkok in Thailand.

On April 25, China Airlines and Transaero Airlines held a codeshare signing ceremony at the Taoyuan CAL Park, marking a new milestone for air travel between Taiwan and Russia. Starting in May, travelers to Russia can take China Airlines¡¦ Taoyuan-Bangkok flight followed by Transaero Airline¡¦s Bangkok-Moscow flight. The roundtrip service between Taiwan and Russia will be offered twice a week with flights CI833/CI9300 bound for Moscow and CI9301/CI836 bound for Taoyuan. The total travel time including transit is about 14.5 hours.

China Airlines is the first airline in Taiwan to offer codeshare service with a Russian airline. All passenger check-in and baggage drop-off procedures can be completed at the point of departure at Taoyuan or Moscow, and all baggage will be automatically checked to the final destination. As part of the codeshare agreement, the two airlines will also cooperate on VIP lounge services, giving First Class and Business Class passengers as well as their VIP members access to lounges in Taoyuan, Bangkok, and Moscow. As one of the BRIC countries, Russia has an abundance of natural and tourism resources boasting strong development potential. Through this partnership, China Airlines continues to expand its flight network while further promoting business and tourism exchanges between the two countries.

Founded on November 5, 1991, Transaero Airlines was the first private airline in Russia and has an extensive domestic network. Transaero Airlines was also the first Russian carrier to add foreign-made aircraft to its fleet and currently has 95 commercial aircraft. From its main hub in Moscow, Transaero Airlines serves 196 routes.

The China Airlines Group currently has codeshare agreements with 13 airlines and is in discussions with several others. Besides Transaero Airlines, China Airlines offers codeshare service with Delta Air Lines, KLM, Alitalia, Garuda Indonesia, Vietnam Airlines, Korean Air, Czech Airlines, Japan Airlines, China Southern Airlines, and Xiamen Airlines. Through codeshare agreements, China Airlines is able to expand its global flight network for the convenience of its passengers.





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Aeroflot will move part of its flights from Sheremetyevo to Vnukovo



The Board of Directors of Aeroflot has approved the transfer of direct flights passenger traffic from Sheremetyevo Airport to Vnukovo Airport. The cause of the existing structural constraints identified in Sheremetyevo Airport. Transfer of flights will begin with the 2013-2014 winter schedule. What kind of flights will be transferred is not yet known, however, according to the company, certain information will appear after May 15, 2013.

The decision to transfer part of the airline's flights explains the structural constraints in Sheremetyevo. In February last year Transaero has also transferred part of its flights from Domodedovo to Vnukovo.

The Board of Directors approved the development plan until 2018, it is estimated that in 2018 Aeroflot Group will carry 47,332,000 passengers., and its market share will increase to 38.6%. The net profit of the group in 2018 to reach 362 million dollars. Aeroflot is going to increase passenger traffic to 70 million passengers in 2025. Among them are 30 million passengers planned to carry on domestic flights.

The fleet in nearest five years to increase to 282 aircraft.

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I think it will be perfect to move to VKO such flights, as GOJ, PEE etc. And planes: A320s in C8Y150, SSJs. Mostly I think that they will be domestic flights
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What is the justification for these words? Are you an airline expert?

It was already announced that it will be leisure flights to popular destinations, means actually regular charters.
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Charter flights makes more sense. Transferring RPT flights would be a bad decision IMO. Otherwise flying into SVO & having to connect to a flight out of VKO on the same carrier would be disastrous.
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Otherwise flying into SVO & having to connect to a flight out of VKO on the same carrier would be disastrous.
Yes true, but that is what you can see in Air France, some connecting flights arrive at CDG and depart from ORY, same with Milan )
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