Portuguese Star Alliance carrier TAP Air Portugal has retired its last Airbus A340 as part of its transition to an all-A321LR and A330neo long-haul fleet, which will be completed by the end of 2019. TAP has operated the A340 since the 1990s, performing over 63,000 flights and carrying 12 million customers to more than 55 destinations. After 25 years of operation, TAP bid farewell to the last of its four A340s during an internal ceremony in one of the airline’s hangars, attended by ...

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