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Fri, Aug 24, 2007

Russian Gov't Airline Orders Four B737-700s

Charter Operator Operates Domestic, Int'l Flights

Boeing and Atlant-Soyuz announced this week at the 2007 Moscow Air Show that the Moscow-based carrier is the customer for four 737-700s. The order, worth $249 million at 2007 list prices, was listed as unidentified on Boeing's Orders & Deliveries Web site in 2006 and was accounted for in 2006 order totals.

Atlant-Soyuz is one of the largest charter carriers in Russia. Currently the airline offers scheduled domestic and international charter flights from its base airport, Moscow's Vnukovo International Airport. Atlant-Soyuz is an official carrier for the Government of Moscow.

"The key factors in our purchase decision were the 737-700's superior range -- enhanced further for Atlant-Soyuz with efficiency-enhancing Blended Winglets -- and its industry-leading dispatch reliability," said Valery Menitsky, chairman of the board of directors of Atlant-Soyuz. Atlant-Soyuz recently added two leased 737 Classic airplanes to its fleet.

"Boeing's Next-Generation 737 is the most capable aircraft available to enable Atlant-Soyuz to grow its business in today's competitive market environment," said Craig Jones, vice president of International Sales, Boeing Commercial Airplanes. "The 737-700 will help Atlant-Soyuz serve its customers with the highest degree of efficiency, reliability and passenger satisfaction."

More than 100 customers have ordered more than 4,000 Next-Generation 737s. Boeing has unfulfilled Next-Generation 737 orders in excess of 1,650 airplanes worth more than $118 billion at current list prices.



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