The mission of Aeroflot is to help passengers fulfill their life plans and dreams - to work effectively, have a good rest, meet relatives and friends, discover new countries and cities. Aeroflot's vision is to become a global network company with a leading position among the world's air carriers. Aeroflot's long-term goal is to build a global network company, which implies: - achieving leading positions in terms of traffic volume; - availability of an efficient system of transport hubs, including a large - competitive hub at the Sheremetyevo airport; -dominance in the domestic market; - the presence of a developed long-haul network; -leading positions in product quality. The company's fleet is one of the most modern, young and fastest growing in Europe. Aeroflot has 112 airliners on its balance sheet, most of which are aircraft of the A320, A330 and B767 families. In 2007, Aeroflot signed major contracts for the purchase of 22 long-haul Boeing B787 Dreamliners with deliveries starting in 2016 and 22 Airbus A350s starting in 2018. Since the end of 2008, Aeroflot has been accepting new long-haul Airbus A330 airliners into its fleet, which have already significantly expanded the company's capabilities on long-distance routes, and also made it possible to introduce a qualitatively new level of service. In 2011, contracts were signed with Boeing Corporation for 16 B777-300ER and B777-200ER aircraft. Since June 2011, Aeroflot has been receiving Russian regional aircraft of the new generation Sukhoi SuperJet-100 (as part of a firm order for 30 SSJ-100 aircraft). In total, it is planned to purchase 126 modern Russian-made aircraft for Aeroflot Group until 2020.