Asia/Pacific carriers continue to divest widebodies, and several non-Asian carriers have needed the lift. In April alone, the titles of 10 widebodies were transferred to new operators, including three DC-10-30s from Thai Airways to Northwest, a former Asiana 767-300ER to Delta, a 767 from Vietnam Airlines to CityBird, a 747-200 from Air New Zealand to Airtours and a Korean Air 747-200 to Aerolineas Argentinas.
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