Su flota en 1999 estaba compuesta por Boeing 737, 757 y 767 y además de una extensa red doméstica volaban a Frankfurt y Los Angeles.
In the Soviet Union, Transaero was a charter airline that leased Aeroflot planes. It was the first Russian airline that was allowed to fly scheduled domestic flights and to break the monopoly once held by the state carrier. Transaero was the first Russian airline that flew Western aircraft.
In 1999, their fleet was comprised of Boeing 737, 757 and 767 aircraft, and besides an extensive domestic network they also flew to Frankfurt and Los Angeles.
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