Pobeda

Aeroflot subsidiary Pobeda drops Boeing 737 MAXs order

The Aeroflot Group subsidiary Pobeda drops its contract with Boeing over the purchase of 20 Boeing 737 MAX aircraft.  ...


Groundworker blinded by aircraft landing lights at St Petersburg airport

An investigation was opened after a groundworker of Pulkovo Airport in St. Petersburg suffered an eye injury from landing lights....


Cargolux joins other airlines, puts mask on Boeing 747

On August 23, 2020, Luxembourgish cargo carrier Cargolux Airlines revealed an updated livery of their Boeing 747-8F with a medical mask on the aircraft’s nose....


Aeroflot doubles down on ultra-ambitious plans

The strategy which sees Aeroflot group having 130 million annual passengers, 600 aircraft and a five-star airline, yet 30% cheaper domestic flights by 2028 was confirmed in the latest board meeting....


Aeroflot to add Airbus A320neos, remains firm on Boeing 737 MAX

Russia’s national carrier, Aeroflot, is to expand its Airbus fleet with plans to introduce nine A320neo Family jets in a deal worth over $870 million. But the flag carrier is lagging behind with the introduction of the “neo” compared to some other Russian airlines, and has so far expressed no interest in the Boeing 737 MAX, while its low-cost subsidiary awaits deliveries of the planes by year’s end....


Multiple incidents at Moscow Vnukovo Airport involving Boeing 737

It has been a troubling week for Russian airlines operating to and from Vnukovo International, one of the third busiest airports in Moscow. In three consecutive days there have been two reported incidents and two more unconfirmed events at the airport, all of them curiously involving Boeing 737 aircraft....


Aeroflot’s Pobeda mulls 30 B737 MAX 8 order, conversion options

Pobeda Airlines, a Russian low-cost carrier and a wholly owned subsidiary of the Aeroflot Group, is planning to purchase 30 Boeing 737 MAX 8 jets....