Kazakhstan-based Air Astana is conducting a network and fleet study that may result in the airline taking Embraer E2s and creating a joint-venture airline in the region. Air Astana has brought in consultancy firm Seabury to assist with the analysis, which is expected to be completed in September. The review will include Air Astana’s regional operations and could result in a lease agreement for E2s. “If they recommend that we should continue with regional jets—and I think ...

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