Computer-generated drawing of an A330-200F in Tampa livery. Courtesy, Airbus Colombia-based Avianca, part of the airline group AviancaTaca Holdings, has ordered four A330-200 freighters, Airbus announced Tuesday. The new aircraft, to be operated by Avianca’s cargo subsidiary Tampa, will replace its cargo fleet and play a key role in expanding Avianca’s international cargo business, Airbus said. Avianca will announce its engine choice at a later date. Avianca purchased ...

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