Atlantic Airways (RC, Faroe Islands Vágar) retired its only A319-100 on December 10, 2022, thus completing its transition to an all-A320 fleet.

At just 10.8 years old, OY-RCG (msn 5079) operated its last revenue flight on the carrier's core route from Copenhagen Kastrup to Faroe Islands Vágar. After short maintenance in the Faroese capital, it was ferried via Bangor to Greenwood, MS on December 15, 2022, Flightradar24 ADS-B data shows. The aircraft is owned by the airline and had been operated by Atlantic Airways since its delivery in 2012 when it became the airline's first narrowbody aircraft. Between July 2021 and June 2022, it was dry-leased to Spain's One Airways (OEW, Madrid Barajas) to operate under the Lattitude Hub (Tenerife Sur) brand, the ch-aviation fleets history module shows. While the dry lease was initially signed for four years, Lattitude Hub folded after just a week of operations in 2021.

Atlantic Airways transitioned fully from its legacy fleet of ARJ-85s and ARJ-100s to A319s by 2014. At that time, infrastructure at Vágar, the only airport in the Faroe Islands, could not accommodate larger aircraft types. Atlantic Airways operated up to three A319s at the same time. In 2016, following runway extension works, it added its first A320-200, which was joined by a first A320-200N in 2019 followed by a second in 2020. The ch-aviation fleets module shows the Faroese carrier continues to operate one owned A320ceo and two A320neo leased from Air Lease Corporation. Atlantic Airways has a further two A320-200Ns on a direct order from Airbus and are currently expected to deliver in 2027-2028.