Russian airline Aeroflot has taken delivery of a new Boeing 777-300ER named in honour of the famous Russian writer Anton Chekhov.
The new 777-300ER is reportedly configured in a three-class arrangement, with business, economy, and comfort-class cabins to serve passengers. With price and quality as the goal, the Aeroflot comfort class was designed for increased leg room, an upgraded on-board menu, additional baggage room and more Aeroflot Bonus reward miles to boot. According to the press from the airline, this is the sixth aircraft out of an order for sixteen B777 planes ordered.
The 777-300ER class of aircraft include excellent fuel efficiency, spacious cabins, extended range and a maximum reliability. The aircraft can accommodate up to 550 passengers. Aeroflot says these aircraft are part of a strategy to expand its route network abroad. For more information on this and other Aeroflot news, please read the original release here.