Air Hong Kong is planning to retire its fleet of nine A300-600 freighters in the next couple of years, with the first planes set to leave the fleet this year as per Cathay Pacific’s annual report. All the nine freighters will be returned to lessors and replaced by second-hand A330s. Air Hong Kong, the launch customer of the A300-600F, will replace its outgoing A300s by nine Airbus A330Fs, enabling it to retain the same fleet size barring additional retirements. Air Hong Kong secured the A330-600Fs almost 20 years back around 2004-05 and operated on behalf of DHL Express. Out of

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