Fuel Price Drop Does Not Deter Cathay’s A340-Retirement Plan

Credit: Airbus
The fall in fuel prices has not deterred Hong Kong’s Cathay Pacific from following through on its plan to dispose of its 11 Airbus A340-300s, with the carrier confirming that the process will begin on Feb. 28 as one aircraft is taken out of service. On the same day as the first A340-300 is retired...

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