sexta-feira, 23 de setembro de 2016

Russia's Nordwind Airlines secures UN charter contract

Nordwind Airlines (N4, Moscow Sheremetyevo) has begun operating one of its B737-800, VP-BOW (msn 30040), on behalf of the United Nations after securing a one-year contract, the ATO.ru portal reports. The aircraft will be based at Nairobi Jomo Kenyatta and has received a UN billboard livery.
According to Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Gennady Vani, the airline applied for the contract in order to utilise the aircraft during the slower winter months, when there is lower demand. The carrier has previously worked with the UN in November 2012 when it operated a number of flights transporting UN peacekeeping personnel to Syria.
Nordwind Airlines’ fleet is made up of ten aircraft, including four A321-200, two B737-800s, one B767-300(ER) and three B777-200(ER)s
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