Volga | Transport, logistics

Bugulma Air pays $36m for Canadian jets

15 Aug '08
Tatarstan-based air company Bugulminskoye Avia, which also owns an airport in Bugulma, plans to buy three CRJ-200 passenger air planes for a total of $36m from Canada's Bombardier, Kommersant reports.

The aircraft may be purchased either under a direct crediting or lease plan.

The three 50-seat planes will be put on regular service between December and February.
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