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The future of Transaero VIP "Imperial"

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The future of Transaero VIP "Imperial" - Business aviation publisher
Tatjana Obrazcova
Source: Aerocredo

News about "Aeroflot" buying "Transaero" scattered all over the Russia in just minutes. Experts are giving estimates, the passengers are worried, the number of reposts in socil media is growing.
Aerocredo, as a company operating in the market of VIP transportation, is thinking about the essential matter - business aviation. The aircraft fleet of the company "Transaero" has in the fleet a Boeing 737-500 of VIP configuration. "The unique Boeing 737 Imperial" - which was introduced back in 2011.

Airplane has 4 classes of service (2 VIP-class cabins, 8 seats in business class and 30 economy class seats), 56 seats, innovative technologies (including Blu-ray and Wi-fi), the highest quality of materials for interior, including precious type of wood and the finest leather

"Imperial" is indeed unique. But at the moment we can only speculate on what the plans of "Aeroflot" are regarding this VIP-aircraft previously owned by "Transaero"..

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