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Ansett's Last A320 Finds New Operator  
User currently offlineOD720 From Lebanon, joined Feb 2003, 1924 posts, RR: 32
Posted (10 years 3 weeks 5 days 13 hours ago) and read 1828 times:

When Ansett ceased it's operations for the last time in early 2002, they had 19 A320s. After a little over 2 years, all of the A320s have found new operators, the last being MenaJet, a new low cost operator in the Middle East.

The largest number of these are with Armavia of Armenia which has 4 ex-Ansett A320s in its fleet.

Here is a complete list.

Armavia, Armenia 4
Air Luxor, Portugal 2
Air Moldova 2


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Lao Airlines 1
Nouvelair (subleased to Libyan) 1
Nouvelair (subleased to Afriqiyah) 1
Air Memphis, Egypt 1
UM Air, Ukraine 1
Balkan Holidays, Bugaria 1
Eagle Aviation 1
LAT Charter, Latvia 1
MenaJet, Lebanon 1
Free Bird, Turkey 1
Air Malta 1

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