Air Astana to make narrowbody decision next year

Credit: Rob Finlayson
Kazakhstan-based Air Astana will decide next year if it will order either the Airbus A321neoLR or the Boeing 737 MAX-9 to replace its fleet of five 757-200s and older A320 family aircraft . The aircraft are scheduled for delivery from 2018, president Peter Foster told journalists in Almaty. Foster...

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