FlyArystan Targets 20-Aircraft Fleet For 2023

FlyArystan Airbus A320neo
Credit: Kurt Hofmann/Aviation Week
TOULOUSE—Kazakhstan´s FlyArystan plans to nearly double its fleet by the end of 2023 to 20 aircraft and is looking for growth beyond that. The LCC subsidiary of Air Astana has taken delivery of its first A320neo directly from Airbus on a lease from the Aviation Capital Group. The latest addition...

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