Air Astana Plans To Expand Fleet By 50% Through 2025

Credit: Airbus/Christian Brinkmann
Kazakhstan’s largest airline Air Astana plans to expand its fleet to 59 aircraft through 2025, the carrier’s President and CEO Peter Foster said Aug 5. Foster said Air Astana was expecting to add 24 new aircraft over the period—a mix of Airbus A320neo family aircraft from lessors and on-order Boeing...

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