Air Astana Fleet Now Reaches 50 Aircraft, More To Follow

Air Astana Fleet Now Reaches 50 Aircraft, More To Follow
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Over the weekend, Air Astana revealed that they now have 50 aircraft in their fleet, following the arrival of an Airbus A321neo from Hamburg, Germany.

The airline has been making an impressive display in terms of growth over the last 12-18 months, with this set to continue in the years ahead.

Without further ado, let’s get into it…

Air Astana Fleet Now Reaches 50 Aircraft, More To Follow…


Air Astana Fleet Now Reaches 50 Aircraft, More To Follow
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Air Astana and it’s fleet size has grown substantially over the last 12-18 months, which has enabled an expansion in international and domestic routes.

In a statement, the airline said the following on the expansion:

“The expansion of the fleet reflects Air Astana’s strategy to grow its fleet to 80 aircraft by the end of 2028 and commitment to continuous industry leadership.”

What we can see within their fleet is a strong mix in terms of aircraft utilised in order to provide a range of services from the CIS region to the Middle East and Europe.

With another 30 aircraft due to be delivered between now and 2028, bringing the total fleet count to 80 aircraft signifies how much further the airline wants to take things.

Looking ahead, all eyes will be on how this growth will go for Air Astana, as well as what will be next for them after 2028 once such expansion plans are completed.

There is the potential to provide further connectivity and add more aircraft, as the region gets more popular among tourists and the business sector.

If anything, it is definitely all to play for in the region.

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