Which airlines are still using the Airbus A340?

Following last week’s news that SAS completed its accelerated retirement programme for its A340 fleet, Key.Aero investigates how many airlines continue to operate the quadjet 

Seemingly a casualty of the COVID-19 crisis, the Airbus A340’s retirement has been fast-tracked by many airlines as they look to streamline fleets with more fuel-efficient twin-engine widebodies. 

A340 mid flight
The A340 has been replaced by more fuel-efficient twin-engine alternatives. Aviation Image Network/Bailey)

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