Kazakhstan's Air Astana is in talks with Boeing to order up to six new 767-300ERs for a 2013-2014 delivery, President Peter Foster told ATW in Almaty. Foster said the aircraft could serve as an interim solution as it awaits the 787, the first of which it now does not expect to receive until 2019 owing to the program's multiple delays (ATW Daily News, Jan. 19). KC's MOU for three 787s plus three options, signed in January 2008, is "inactive" but has not been ...

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