Dubai-based Emirates Airline has retired its last Airbus A330-200 and A340-300 aircraft, becoming an all-Airbus A380 and Boeing 777 operator for passenger flights. Emirates recently retired the last of 29 A330-200s in its fleet. The aircraft joined Emirates in 2002 and had flown more than 60,000 hours in 14.5 years. Emirates has also phased out its final A340-300, which joined the airline in 2004, originally manufactured in 1999. The carrier had also operated A340-500s, which was ...

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