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|Quoting TriStar500 (Reply 1):|
The aircraft is going to Air Madrid. It will most likely fly in a hybrid colorscheme for their new owner for a while until it gets a slot in the paintshop.
|Quoting TriStar500 (Reply 3):|
They have replaced D-AERF one-for-one with A330-200 D-ALPH. This makes sense both from a capacity and flexibility standpoint. The A332 has fewer seats and is therefore easier to fill the other 8-9 months of the year when demand is not at its peak. Also due to its higher range, it can be used on the more profitable longhaul routes without payload restrictions.