A Second Boeing 777-300 Of The Transaero

A Second Boeing 777-300 Of The Transaero

OJSC Transaero Airlines has purchased another Boeing 777-300 and now there are two aircrafts of this type in its fleet.

A Second Boeing 777-300 Of The Transaero

‘Congratulations to Transaero Airlines’.

On Novemvber, 5th, the company celebrated the 20th anniversary of its first flight.

A Second Boeing 777-300 Of The Transaero

The Transaero fleet includes 73 aircrafts: 21 Boeing 747, 9 Boeing 777, 13 Boeing 767, 27 Boeing 737 and 3 Tu-214.

A Second Boeing 777-300 Of The Transaero

A Second Boeing 777-300 Of The Transaero

A Second Boeing 777-300 Of The Transaero

A Second Boeing 777-300 Of The Transaero

In the cockpit.

A Second Boeing 777-300 Of The Transaero

In the Boeing  77-300, there are four classes of seating. They are imperial class, business class, premium economy class and economy class.

A Second Boeing 777-300 Of The Transaero

Imperial class seats.

Imperial class seats are equipped with seat massage system and video screens.

A Second Boeing 777-300 Of The Transaero

Business class seats.

A Second Boeing 777-300 Of The Transaero

Business class video screens are smaller.

A Second Boeing 777-300 Of The Transaero

Custom-made Alcantara seats.

A Second Boeing 777-300 Of The Transaero

In the premium economy class.

A Second Boeing 777-300 Of The Transaero

Total number of seats on the plane is 373.

A Second Boeing 777-300 Of The Transaero

The kitchen.

A Second Boeing 777-300 Of The Transaero

A Second Boeing 777-300 Of The Transaero

A Second Boeing 777-300 Of The Transaero

Soon, this plane is going to make its first Moscow-Khabarovsk flight.

A Second Boeing 777-300 Of The Transaero

Vladivostok, Tel-Aviv and Dubai are also among its destinations.

A Second Boeing 777-300 Of The Transaero

Location: Moscow

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4 thoughts on “A Second Boeing 777-300 Of The Transaero”

  1. Yes, ex Singapore Airlines plane, retrofitted with a Lumexis fiber optic based Inflight Entertainment System and AVIO Interiors seats for all classes. More 777s like this are being modified in Singapore right now, for Transaero.

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