Kazakhstan-based Air Astana has taken delivery of the last of six new Airbus A320 family aircraft, with the latest aircraft the third to be equipped with sharklet wingtips and in a 16 business-/132 economy-class configuration. The fleet was ordered in 2008 and has been funded through the airline’s own financial resources, without any state support, the airline said. The carrier reported a first-half net profit of $11.9 million in July. Air Astana started regular flight ...

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