UTAir Boeing 767-200 operates UNIFIL Troop Charter


Russian airline UTAir operated a UNIFIL Troop Charter on behalf of the Department of Defence using VP-BAL Boeing 767-224(ER) msn 30439.

The aircraft positioned Moscow Vnukovo to Dublin on Tuesday 6th April as UTA9135 arriving 1345 local. The next morning the aircraft operated a same return to Damascus as UTA9136 departing at 0753 local returning at 2235 local. The aircraft departed back to Moscow Vnukovo as UTA9138 at 2355 local.

UTair Aviation is a Russian airline based at Khanty-Mansiysk Airport (HMA). It is the third largest Russian carrier by passenger volume. The airline serves over 60 destinations in 11 countries across Europe and Asia using a fleet of ATR72, Boeing 737 classics and Boeing 737 next generation and 3 Boeing 767-200 aircraft.

Image courtesy of Elevationair 

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