FlyArystan Welcomes 7th New A320neo

The new FlyArystan Airbus A320 climbs after takeoff.
Photo Credit: Aviation Capital Group

In the last couple of weeks, FlyArystan has welcomed its 7th new Airbus A320neo to its steadily growing fleet of Airbus aircraft.

This article will cover the details surrounding FlyArystan’s 7th Airbus A320neo aircraft, and what this means for the Kazakh low-cost carrier (LCC).

FlyArystan’s 7th New Airbus A320neo

A new FlyArystan Airbus A320neo touches down.
Photo Credit: Aviation Capital Group

Growing its Airbus narrowbody fleet to a total of 18 frames, FlyArystan has welcomed its 7th new Airbus A320neo within the past couple of weeks.

This latest addition is registered as EI-KBW, which flew its delivery flight on the 6th/7th of November, 2023, direct from Airbus’ factory in Toulouse (TLS) in Southern France to FlyArystan’s home base, in Almaty (ALA).

EI-KBW is aptly named “Draco” after the Draco constellation which marks the upcoming year of the Dragon. The aircraft is FlyArystan’s 7th A320 delivered brand new directly from Airbus.

The latest delivery of their newest Airbus A320neo, yet again helps the Kazakh low-cost carrier with its continual growth plans under the Air Astana Group. Not only this, but the carrier expects more Airbus A320neos in the coming year to join their fleet.

It wasn’t that long ago when their 6th new Airbus A320neo joined their fleet. You can read our article for that here.

Executive Comments

Commenting on their newest fleet addition, FlyArystan’s Managing Director, Adrian Hamilton-Manns, says, “We are very happy to welcome Draco to our family and are very excited to end 2023 with 18 A320s. Adding Draco allows us to continue our expansion both in Kazakhstan and to international destinations. FlyArystan is committed to an expansion strategy, delivering low-fares air travel options throughout Central Asia with our award-winning airline.”

“Next year our growth continues with more NEOs set to join our rapidly-growing operation. We are all very proud to service more customers in Kazakhstan and beyond.”

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