Etihad Airways likely to retire A330s, consolidate aircraft orders

    CAPA – Centre for Aviation, in a report entitled: ‘Etihad Airways withdraws 777-200LRs and A330Fs, but has bigger strategic decisions to make’, stated (12-Feb-2018) Etihad Airways may retire its A330 aircraft, which are the oldest in the fleet, having already retired its A340-500s and A340-600s, parked five leased A330Fs and marked five Boeing 777-200LRs for sale. The airline also has more aircraft on order than in service and is likely to consolidate its order book. [more – CAPA Analysis]