Kazakhstan’s Air Astana has taken delivery of its first Airbus A321neo, which is on an operating lease from Dublin-based lessor AerCap. The deal includes two further A321neos and one A320neo scheduled for delivery this year.  The PW1133G-powered A321neo is configured with 28 business- and 151 economy-class seats. The Kazak flag carrier currently operates 13 A320s and one A320neo, which was delivered in November 2016. The neo fleet will grow to 17 aircraft by 2020, comprising six ...

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