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Hawaiian Airlines Buys Another A330-200 and Leases Two More A321neos
The newly purchased and leased aircraft will enable Hawaiian Airlines to retire its fleet of Boeing 767s by the end of 2018, earlier than it had originally planned to do so, according to the airline. Read more
The A350s and A330s are slated for Iberia’s fleet modernization and to open new long-haul routes, and the A320neos will be allocated to the group’s airlines for fleet replacement, according to Airbus. Read more
RwandAir, the flag carrier of the Republic of Rwanda, has signed a memorandum of understanding with Airbus regarding an order for two new A330s, to be powered by Rolls-Royce Trent 772Bs. A computer graphic image released by Airbus to publicize the news shows an A330-200 in RwandAir colors. Read more
To be operated by Turkish Cargo, Turkish Airlines' cargo wing, the four new Airbus A330-200F freighters will add to five it already has in service, from two previous rounds of orders for the type. Read more
The Airbus A330-200, which is equipped with GE Aviation CF6-80E1 engines, joins four leased A330-200s and seven A340-300s in the Aerolíneas Argentinas fleet. Read more
Lufthansa German Airlines expects to put forward to its supervisory board in December a business plan to create a non-Lufthansa-branded, long-haul, low-cost carrier which would operate a fleet of leased Airbus A330-200s, each configured to seat approximately 300 passengers. Read more
Azul Linhas Aéreas Brasileiras is planning to launch its first international services by early 2015 and has confirmed its first international destinations will be in the United States. Azul will operate its new long-haul routes with a fleet of 11 Airbus widebodies. Read more
Argentina’s flagship carrier will deploy its new Airbus A330-200 widebody jets on its medium- and long-haul routes from its hub at Buenos Aires' Ministro Pistarini International Airport to destinations throughout Latin America, Europe and the United States. Read more
Algeria's flag carrier Air Algérie has signed a memorandum of understanding for three more new Airbus A330-200 passenger aircraft, to help fuel the carrier’s continued growth plans. Read more
In deals announced on the first day of the Dubai Airshow 2013, Qatar Airways has signed a letter of intent to order 50 Boeing 777-9X passenger aircraft and has signed a firm order for five more Airbus A330-200F freighters, optioning eight more A330-200Fs at the same time. Read more
Tampa Cargo, AviancaTaca Holding’s Colombia-based cargo airline, has taken delivery of the first of four new Airbus A330-200 Freighters at the Airbus widebody final assembly facility in Toulouse. Read more
Airbus has moved to improve the A330-300 and A330-200 by offering a 242-metric-tonne maximum take-off weight capability for both models and, for the larger A330-300, an increased fuel-capacity option. Read more
Abu Dhabi-based Etihad Airways has signed a firm order for two additional Airbus A330-200 passenger aircraft as part of the carrier’s continued growth plans. The airline has also converted previous orders for seven A320s to the larger A321 model. Read more
Istanbul-based cargo carrier MNG Airlines has taken delivery of the first of four Airbus A330-200Fs on order. MNG already operates a fleet of seven Airbus A300 freighters and by moving up to the larger and more capable Airbus A330-200 Freighter will be able to expand its network and services. Read more
Colombia-based Synergy Aerospace, whose parent Synergy Group is the majority owner of AviancaTaca and Tampa Cargo and owns several other airlines, has signed a firm order for six Airbus A330-200 passenger jets and three A330-200 Freighter aircraft. Read more
Hawaiian Airlines began operating Airbus aircraft in 2010 and now has agreed commitments for 22 A330-200s, including four which the airline is leasing from aircraft lessors. Hawaiian currently operates five A330-200s. Read more
Airbus says that Air Pacific ordered the three A330-200s both to renew and to grow its long-haul fleet. However, Air Pacific already operates three long-haul aircraft, so it appears possible the Fiji carrier could add to its Airbus widebody order over time. Read more
AviancaTaca Holdings unit Avianca has signed a firm order for four Airbus A330-200 Freighters, which will be operated by Avianca subsidiary Tampa Cargo. Read more
MASkargo, the freight subsidiary of Malaysia Airlines, has become a new operator of the Airbus A330-200F, following delivery of the first of four PW4000-powered aircraft ordered by the airline. Read more