Aeroflot expands fleet with two new Airbus A321s
Aeroflot announced it has taken delivery of two new A321s equipped with aerodynamic wing-tips known as Sharklets. All A321 aircraft are named in honour of outstanding Russian people who contributed a lot to artistic, cultural and scientific development.
VP-BAX bears the name of Sviatoslav Richter, a prominent Russian pianist, while VP-BAV got the name of Admiral Fedor Ushakov.
The airliners are designed in a new enhanced two class composition with 16 seats in business and 167 in economy. All A321 aircraft family are delivered to Aeroflot directly from the manufacturing plant in Hamburg. Aeroflot operates А321 aircraft across its European and domestic routes network.
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