ALMATY, Kazakhstan—Air Astana will make a decision in 2015 on a new narrowbody order and says it is “definitely” looking at Airbus’s proposed long-range A321neo, which offers a maximum takeoff weight (MTOW) of 97 metric tons and extra fuel tanks. The Kazakh carrier will purchase 11 aircraft comprising either A321neos or Boeing 737 MAX-9s, in part to replace its five Boeing 757-200s and older Airbus A320s and partly to support growth. It has issued an request for ...
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