German Aviation website Skyliner Aviation reported Kazakhstan’s Air Astana the transfer of three of it’s aircraft registered in the Caribbean territory of Aruba, to the Irish registry.

The transfer took place at Air Astana’s main base at Almaty International airport (ALA) on 17th March, the aircraft concern where EI-KBG Airbus A320-232 msn 6029 ex P4-KBG, EI-KHA Embraer 190-E2 msn 19020012 ex P4-KHA and EI-KHC Embraer 190-E2 msn 19020014 ex P4-KHC.

The Air Astana group operates a fleet of 35 aircraft comprising 15 Airbus A320/A320neo, 12 Airbus A321/A321neo/A321LR, three Boeing 767 and five Embraer E190-E2, with the total including nine A320 and one A320 neo with LCC division, FlyArystan and has plans to increase its fleet size to a total of 43 aircraft by the end of 2022.

Image Credit: Air Astana

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