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Air Leisure ends A340 operations

Posted 24 July 2017 · Add Comment

Egypt's Air Leisure as ended A340-200 operations following the withdrawal from revenue service of its last remaining aircraft of the type - SU-GBM last month, reports ch-aviation.

As it stands, the A340-200 is no longer in service with any commercial airlines although Conviasa has mentioned plans to return the long mothballed YV1004 to service.

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