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04/25/2007

The outsized air cargo market is growing rapidly, but are more aircraft needed to carry the loads?
When Alexey Isaikin, president of Russia's Volga-Dnepr Group, told the International Air Cargo Forum last fall that he expects the market for outsized air freight to reach $7.2 billion in the next quarter century, the forecast by some measures was a rare understatement of the growing profile of the business
(Air Cargo World)

04/24/2007

Russian aircraft transports ANG rescue helicopters
Air National Guardsmen here worked with an aircraft that was vastly different from the MC-130P Combat Shadow tankers, HH-60G Pave Hawk rescue helicopters and other Air Force aircraft they are accustomed to
(Department of Defense U.S. Air Force Releases)

03/15/2007

Volga-Dnepr to support 787 programme
VOLGA-Dnepr Group has signed a contract with Boeing for An-124-100 aircraft contingency airlift services
(Air Cargo News)

03/14/2007

Five Boeing 747-8 Freighters Ordered by Volga-Dnepr Group
An order for five Boeing 747-8 Freighters has been placed by Moscow-based freight company Volga-Dnepr Group, along with purchase rights for an additional five planes
(Travel Business Review)

03/13/2007

Boeing collects more 787 orders, sells freighters in Russia
Boeing Co. on Monday added nearly a dozen orders for its new 787 Dreamliner, the fuel-efficient passenger jet scheduled to make its first flight later this year
(The Canadian Press)

03/13/2007

Volga-Dnepr Group places order for Boeing freighters
Aircraft manufacturer Boeing Co and Volga-Dnepr Group, a freight company based in Moscow, Russia, have announced an order for five Boeing 747-8 Freighters with purchase rights for an additional five aircraft
(Airlines Industry Information)

03/13/2007

Boeing gets $4.5 bil in jet orders
The aerospace company said it received orders for 28 new 787 airplanes worth more than $4.5 bil from a Kuwaiti leasing company, a Russian air freight company and Continental Airlines
(Investors Business Daily)

03/13/2007

Boeing reports rise in orders for its jets
Boeing, the commercial airplane manufacturer, said Monday that it had won orders for passenger and cargo jets including 17 of its 787 Dreamliners in three separate transactions valued at a total of about $4.6 billion
(International Herald Tribune)

03/13/2007

Boeing sees 787 orders soar
Boeing Co. won orders yesterday for passenger and cargo jets including 17 of its 787 Dreamliners in three separate transactions valued at a total of about $4.6 billion U.S.
(World Citizen)

03/13/2007

Russian cargo airline orders new-era 747s
Volga-Dnepr, the fast-growing Russian cargo airline, on Tuesday signed an agreement to buy five new Boeing 747-8 freighters worth $1.4 billion at list prices with an option to acquire another five planes
(Journal Of Commerce)

03/13/2007

17 more Boeing 787s ordered
Boeing Co. said Monday it has won orders for passenger and cargo jets - including 17 of its 787 Dreamliners - in three separate transactions valued at a total of about $4.6 billion
(Bernama Daily)

03/13/2007

BOEING, VOLGA-DNEPR GROUP announced order for five 747-8 freighters
The Boeing Company and Moscow-based freight company Volga-Dnepr Group yesterday announced an order for five Boeing 747-8 Freighters with purchase rights for an additional five airplanes
(Bernama Daily)

03/12/2007

Russian air cargo company Volga-Dnepr signed a $1.4 billion deal
Russian air cargo company Volga-Dnepr signed a $1.4 billion deal for five new 747-8 Freighter planes
(Reuters)

03/12/2007

Russian company buys five Boeing aircraft
The group of companies Volga-Dnepr today signed a contract with the American aerospace corporation Boeing on the purchase of five new cargo Boeing-747-800 aircraft
(ВВС)

03/12/2007

Volga-Dnepr Orders Five 747-8 Freighters BA
Boeing Co. (BA) said that Moscow-based freight company Volga-Dnepr Group has ordered five Boeing 747-8 freighters valued at $1.4 billion at list prices
(Dow Jones)

03/12/2007

Russian long-haul carrier Volga-Dnepr signs deal with Boeing to buy 5 new 747 jets
Russian long-haul air shipper Volga-Dnepr has signed a deal with Boeing Corp. to buy five new long-range 747-8F jets, with an option for five more in future years, the company said Monday
(Associated Press)

03/12/2007

Russian freight group buys five Boeing 747-8s
The Russian air freight company Volga-Dnepr has purchased five Boeing 747-8 cargo planes, valuing the deal at 1.4 billion dollars (1.1 billion euros) at catalogue prices, the US aerospace giant announced here Monday
(France Press)

01/17/2007

Arthur Chillingarov: We celebrated the New Year at the South Pole!
Several days ago, the expedition team lead by the famous polar explorer returned from Antarctica to Moscow
(Komsomolskaya Pravda)

11/28/2006

Motor-Sich to promote Ruslan freighter
The Company will deliver engines to Russia-based Volga-Dnepr
("Kommersant-Ukraina")

11/16/2006

Head-on encounter. Russia and Ukraine aircraft manufacturers intend to join efforts
Despite recent certain disagreements between Russia and Ukraine, aircraft manufacturers of the two countries, having close ties since as early as Soviet time, firmly intend to undertake several more major joint projects
(Rossiyskaya Gazeta)
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