The second largest airline in Russia, S7 (also known as Sibir), yesterday announced that it was ordering 15 Boeing 787s, with options for 10 more. This is big news, since it is (to the best of my knowledge) the first purchase by a Russian airline of brand-new Boeings. It's also the first purchase by a Russian carrier of the 787 - an airplane that state-run Aeroflot has been looking at for quite some time. The 787s, which are due for delivery starting in 2014, supplement an order S7 placed last month for 10 Boeing 737-800s, with options for 10 more.
Of course, this places more pressure on state-run Aeroflot to make a decision regarding the type; it has been trying to decided between the 787 and the A350 for quite some time.