South African Airways (SA, Johannesburg O.R. Tambo) phased-out the last of its six A340-200s, ZS-SLF (c/n 6) on May 28, ch-aviation has learned. The South African national carrier will, however, continue to operate a fleet of eight A340-300s and nine A340-600s. As global fuel prices continue to bite, many of the world's airlines are moving to retire the type from their fleets with Aerolineas Argentinas (AR, Buenos Aires Ezeiza) set to replace their four -200s with newer A330-200s, while Royal Jordanian (RJ, Amman Queen Alia) will replace theirs with B787-8s. Venezuela's Conviasa (V0, Caracas Simón Bolivar) has yet to announce their intentions for their sole remaining -200, YV1004 (c/n 31).