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MOSCOW, January 1 (Itar-Tass) —— Russia’s second largest aviation carrier Transaero begins from Sunday operating regular flights from Moscow to Singapore.
Transaero will make weekly flights from Moscow to Singapore on board a Boeing-777. The UN511/512 flight will leave Moscow on Sunday at 21:00 to arrive in Singapore at 11:20 local time. A return flight from Singapore will leave on Monday at 12:50 to arrive in Moscow at 19:40.
This will be Transaero’s another own flight in addition to the flights, which the company operates under a code-sharing agreement with SingaporeAirlines using planes of the Singapore carrier.
Transaero aviation company made its first flight on November 5, 1991. Now the company’s fleet consists of 77 planes: 22 Boeing-747, ten Boeing-777, 13 Boeing-767, 29 Boeing-737 and three Tu-214. Besides, the company is planning to start using by late 2015 the world’s biggest plane – Airbus A380.
Transaero’s routes include 150 destinations across Russia and Europe, Asia, America and Africa.