3-Oct-2012 9:53 AM

Red Wings to carry 18% more passengers in 2013

Red Wings head of service revenue management Sergei Yasnetskogo said the airline plans to carry 18% more passengers in 2013, up to 1 million passengers compared to the 850,000 it expects to carry in 2012 (Prime/Avia.ru, 02-Oct-2012). Mr Yasnetskogo said the airline will increase passenger numbers through the acquisition of two Tupolev Tu-204 aircraft and two Tu-214 aircraft. The airline will also expand its network. Red Wings also plans to launch services carrying subsidised transport passengers in the Far East of Russia. [more – CAPA Analysis]

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