Video - Azores Airlines says goodbye to its Airbus A310 with a low pass


Ponta Delgada - Azores Airlines has carried out the last flight with its the Airbus A310. There is now no European airline operating the aircraft.

On October 16, Azores Airlines said goodbye to ist 26-year-old A310-300 (CS-TGV) with a demonstration flight.

Azores Airlines currently operates three A320-200, two A321neo, and one A330-200. The Portuguese carrier has four A321LR in its order book to be delivered from 2019.

The A310, a variant of the Airbus A300, was first delivered by Airbus to Swissair in 1983. With a length of 150 ft (46 meters), it is the smallest widebody ever built.

Azores Airlines said goodbye to its A310 with a low pass.



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