Russia's Volga-Dnepr Group orders two Boeing 747-400ER freighters

AirBridge Cargo Airline of Russia has ordered two 747-400ER freighters from Boeing. The aircrafts, with a list price value of $450 million, are scheduled for delivery in October 2007 and February 2008 and will be powered by General Electric CF6-80C2B5F engines. AirBridge Cargo currently operates two Boeing 747-200F and one Boeing 747-300. The company is considering different aircraft types to support the strategic development of its route network. AirBridge Cargo plans to operate a mixed fleet of Boeing 747 freighters on trunk routes and Russian-built Ilyushin-76, AN-12 or Tupolev 204 freighters on regional feeder flights. Looking forward AirBridge Cargo will endeavor to operate a fleet of a minimum eight Boeing 747s and four or six Russian-built aircraft.

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