MIAMI – Air France (AF) is one of the world’s largest Boeing 777 operators and the type has been the backbone of AF’s long-haul operations. The airline used the aircraft type mostly on destinations across Africa, Asia, and the Americas.
However, the Boeing 777 fleet is aging, especially the 777-200ERs. The first aircraft of this type delivered to AF back in 1998 and by now the Boeing 777-200ER fleet has an average age of 14.2 years. As a result, the French flag carrier announced the retirement of the type in the next three (3) months.
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Source:: “Airways Magazine”