Kuwait Airways (KU, Kuwait) has begun selling off its entire fleet of A310-300s following their retirement from scheduled service late last year.
According to the ch-aviation fleets database, the carrier’s four aircraft of the type are in storage atKuwait. However, local media reports indicate that they have now been acquired by an undisclosed international firm which will shortly remove them to a new, unspecified location.
Meanwhile Kuwait Airways has also begun the process of scrapping its retire A300 fleet with 9K-AMA (cn 673) and 9K-AMB (cn 694) having been ferried to Roswell last week for part out and scrapping. A further three A300B4s and a single A300C4 remain.
The carrier is replacing the widebody capacity with a new fleet of A330-200s and before long, A350-900s.