Kazakhstan’s Air Astana has taken delivery of its third B767-300ER , the arrival of which the airline states brings its average fleet age down to only 5.4 years, which is the youngest in Central Asia. The first two new 767s for Astana were delivered in December 2013. Astana intends to operate the aircraft on long-haul routes from Almaty and Astana to Bangkok, Frankfurt, Kuala Lumpur and Seoul. Air Astana is a joint venture between Kazakhstan’s national wealth fund Samruk Kazyna and BAE Systems, holding 51% and 49% stakes respectively.

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