Turkmenistan Airlines (T5, Ashgabat) took delivery of the first of two A330-200(P2F) ordered directly from Airbus in 2021, with the second due "in the near future".

9H-AJN (msn 810) was ferried from Lourdes/Tarbes via Turkmenbashi to Ashgabat on March 15-17, 2023, Flightradar24 ADS-B data shows. The 16.3-year-old aircraft, formerly operated in passenger configuration by Air China, was ferried under Airbus's 'AIB' code and still sporting a Maltese registration. It will become EZ-F429 once inducted onto the Turkmen register.

The state-owned carrier's second A330-200 is sistership 9H-AJQ (msn 816), which is currently undergoing P2F conversion at Dresden.

Turkmenistan Airlines currently operates four B737-700s, one B737-700(BBJ), eight B737-800s, four inactive B757-200s, four B777-200(LR)s, one Challenger 870, and three Il-76TDs.