UK leisure carrier Monarch Airlines has finalized plans to retire its last Airbus A300-600s in April, marking the end of 23 years’ service for the carrier. London Luton-based Monarch will operate its final commercial A300 flight on April 13. The flight will be operated by G-OJMR, which was delivered new to the carrier in 1991. “The A300-600s will leave our fleet this winter and they go with our blessing,” Monarch Group chairman Iain Rawlinson said at a recent Aviation Club ...

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