Skymark’s decision to drop its Airbus A330-300 fleet should help the Japanese carrier’s financial recovery, although it still must reach a deal for the early return of these leased aircraft. Ceasing A330 operations was among the first measures announced following Skymark’s Jan.28 filing for bankruptcy protection. Within days, the carrier had removed the A330s from its schedule and replaced them with Boeing 737-800s, at the same time cutting many of its less-profitable ...

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