The Air Astana Group fleet has grown to 50 aircraft following today’s arrival of a new Airbus A321neo from the assembly line in Hamburg, Germany. The latest A321neo cabin combines existing business class and new “Airspace Cabin” economy class, which offers more seats, larger overhead lockers and a “moonlight” cabin lighting system ,that was previously

The Air Astana Group fleet has grown to 50 aircraft following today’s arrival of a new Airbus A321neo from the assembly line in Hamburg, Germany.

The latest A321neo cabin combines existing business class and new “Airspace Cabin” economy class, which offers more seats, larger overhead lockers and a “moonlight” cabin lighting system ,that was previously only featured on the airline’s long-haul aircraft.

The expansion of the fleet reflects Air Astana’s strategy to grow its fleet to 80 aircraft by the end of 2028 and commitment to continuous industry leadership.

Issued on behalf of Air Astana Group by Euro Asia Communications, Singapore

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