UTair to Start Boeing 767 Service; Plans Vladivostok Flight by Sep 2012

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Russian carrier UTair starting 17JUL12 is introducing Boeing 767-200ER aircraft to its operation. The ex-Continental/UNITED 767-200 aircraft is configured in 25 Business and 145 Economy class seats, and will first enter service on Moscow – Surgut route.

The airline is also planning daily Moscow – Vladivostok new nonstop service on board the widebody aircraft. Planned schedule:

Moscow Vnukovo – Surgut
UT247 VKO2010 – 0125+1SGC 762 D
UT248 SGC0725 – 0840VKO 762 D eff 18JUL12

Moscow Vnukovo – Vladivostok Planned new service from 10SEP12. Schedules appearing in OAG Schedules iNet, but not loaded in the GDS nor reservation is available
UT537 VKO2120 – 1255+1VVO 762 D
UT538 VVO1455 – 1625VKO 762 D eff 11SEP12

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