Tag: Red Wings

End of the Tupolev 204 Passenger Aircraft Era in Russia

Reading Time: 3 minutes Russia’s airlines have reached the end of the runway with regard to operating passenger versions of the Tupolev Tu-204 mid-haul airliner, a period which lasted 23 years. The history of the type proved much shorter than its famous predecessors – the Tu-134 was in operation for 53 years and the Tu-154 is still flying and […]

Red Wings Scraps its Airbus A220 Order and Retires its Tupolev Tu-204s

Reading Time: 3 minutes Red Wings, Russia’s only potential airline customer for the Airbus A220-300, has abandoned its plans to lease these aircraft types whilst, as part of a new fleet development strategy, the airline has also decided to retire its Tupolev Tu-204s and concentrate instead on operating Airbus A320-family aircraft until the arrival of Russia’s new-generation MC-21 narrow-body […]

Russia’s Nordavia and Red Wings Announced a Merger

Reading Time: < 1 minute The shareholders of Russian airlines Nordavia and Red Wings have approved a merger of the two companies and started preparations for consolidation under common management, Nordavia said in a statement on Monday. This reported by PRIME. “We plan to create an airline holding with a united management company on the basis of Nordavia and Red […]