A340

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A340Airbus 340 (airliner)
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Neither Norwegian nor the company providing the leased Airbus 340 for the London flight, Hi-Fly of Portugal, would explain why the wide-body aircraft dumped fuel on the airport's runways and taxiways.
At the door of the aircraft, a perfectly groomed flight attendant helped me across the threshold of the Airbus 340. She asked if I was traveling alone.
Currently, Azerbaijan Airlines operates such aircraft as Boeing 787, Boeing 767, Boeing 757, as well as Airbus 340, Airbus 320, Airbus 319 and Embraer 190.
"PAL utilized Airbus 340 fleet for Manila-Davao flights to ensure cargo space for the relief goods," Villaluna said.
The assimilation of these aircraft is associated with the phasing out of the Airbus 340 and part of the Airbus 330 aircraft.
The paper quoted one of the passengers on the Airbus 340 plane, due to make a flight from the Nigerian city to Istanbul, as saying only a quick decision by officials to hurriedly tow the plane away from the burning truck saved it from being incinerated.
But Sharab sued the prince, one of the world's most rich- est men and majority owner of entertainment company the Rotana Group, for not paying her $10 million in commission following the sale of his Airbus 340.
It will be a smaller aircraft than the sole Airbus 340 that is currently deployed on the Amsterdam/Paramaribo route, according to Clyde Cairo, VP commercial affairs, reports Caribbean News Now (Jan.
In November, subject to government approval, the airline plans to change aircraft type from an Airbus 340 to the new Boeing (NYSE: BA) 787 Dreamliner, and in December, the non-stop frequency will be doubled to four times per week.
In March, Pahlavani said that Iran has added two Airbus 340 planes, three Fokker 100 planes, and two other planes of different model to its national air fleet.
He also has an Airbus 340 , besides six smaller planes and two helicopters.