Cathay Starts Retiring And Dismantling A340s

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CHICAGO—Cathay Pacific Airways is retiring its Airbus A340 fleet, including four this year, as part of its modernization plan. The Hong Kong-based carrier will retire the remaining seven A340-300s in 2016 and 2017. AerFin is managing the end-of-life process for Cathay’s 11 A340s—by buying and/or...

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