LONDON -- Air Astana CEO Peter Foster is in talks to defer his carrier’s 787 order, but is planning to commit Embraer E2s at the Farnborough Air Show ahead of finalizing a lease for around 11 Airbus A321neos this fall. Kazakhstan-based Air Astana has three 787s on firm order, plus options on a further eight. Foster said in an interview here that he is in “significant discussions” with Boeing to push back the 787 deliveries. “We would like to defer our first two ...

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