Russian carrier S7 Airlines is getting into the freighter business with two Boeing-converted 737-800s.
Leased from Gecas, the aircraft are expected to enter the fleet in November and January on medium- and short-haul routes.
The Siberian airline currently operates 96 passenger narrowbodies on routes in Russia and major tourist destinations in Europe, the CIS, and major hubs in China, Japan and South Korea.
Its cargo general agent, S7 Cargo, manages its bellyhold operations …
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Source: The Loadstar