Kazakhstan’s Air Astana (KC) has selected Pratt & Whitney PW4000 engines to power three Boeing 767-300ERs it has on order for delivery at the end of 2013, switching from the GE CF6 engines powering the two leased 767-300ERs it currently has in its fleet. The airline also has one 767-300ER option that president Peter Foster said there is a “strong possibility” it will firm. Pratt valued the engines deal at $90 million. “This is the first big commercial engine ...

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