Corsair, a French long-haul leisure operator, provided details about its plans to retire its remaining Boeing 747-400 aircraft. The Paris-based airline currently flies three aircraft of that iconic model; it will retire these planes between late 2020 and spring 2021.
After the 747 aircraft exit its fleet, Corsair will become an all-Airbus operator. It currently flies two A330-200 aircraft and two A330-300 aircraft, according to mba’s REDBOOK. It is awaiting delivery of eight more A330 aircraft, spanning the A330-200, A330-300, and A330-900neo variants.
Source: Simple Flying