A340 News

Airlines Lufthansa temporarily decommissions A340-600 fleet

Germany´s largest carrier Lufthansa has announced, that it has temporarily removed all Airbus A340-600 aircraft from its fleet.

Airlines Swiss completes A340 cabin refurbishment program

Switzerland´s flag-carrier airline Swiss has announced that it has completed its A340 cabin refurbishment program.

Start-Ups Air Belgium suspends service to Hong Kong

The Belgium start-up carrier Air Belgium has announced to suspend its scheduled flights to Hong-Kong.

Start-Ups Air Belgium postpones first scheduled flight

The Belgium long-haul start-up carrier Air Belgium has confirmed it will postpone its commence of operations to June.

Airlines Joon launches long-haul flights

Air France’s new subsidiary Joon has commenced long-haul flights with a first Airbus A340-300.

Airlines Eurowings starts Airbus A340 operations

German Low-Cost airline Eurowings has deployed its first Airbus A340 into service.

Start-Ups Air Belgium obtains AOC

Air Belgium has received its Air operator´s certificate (AOC), as the airline hinted on its Social Media pages.

Start-Ups Air Belgium scraps wet-lease plans for short-haul ops

According to AirlineGeeks.com, Air Belgium has scrapped its plans to acquire aircraft on wet-lease for short-haul ops.

Airlines Philippine Airlines announces fleet renewal strategy

In a media report, Philippine Airlines CEO Jaime Bautista said, he plans to retire the entire A340 fleet by 2021.

Airlines European Aviation Group acquires ten A340

European Aviation Group has announced to acquire ten Airbus A340 from Etihad Airways.

Start-Ups Air Belgium opens Brussels South Airport base

Air Brussels has announced to commence operations from its new base at Brussels South Airport in March.


Airlines Eurowings receives first A340

Eurowings has painted a first A340 in its livery. The former Lufthansa aircraft was painted with over 700kg of color in Rome.

Airlines Etihad ends A340-500 operations

Etihad Airways has ended its A340-500 operations. Ch-Aviation reports the last jet was retired after its last flight on July 28. The aircraft was the last of three Airbus A340-500 in the Etihad fleet. All three aircraft were ferried to Spain for storage.

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