Cathay Pacific Airways plans to retire all of its Airbus A340-300s by the end of 2017, according to the carrier’s latest fleet plan. The Hong Kong-based airline phased out four last year, leaving seven in the fleet. One was sold in February, and two more will leave the fleet this year. The remaining four will depart in 2017. Cathay also has advanced retirement plans for its last three Boeing 747-400 passenger aircraft to this year from 2017.

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