Privilege Style (P6, Palma de Mallorca) has taken delivery of its first A330-200 to replace the carrier's B767-300ER retired last year.

The 10.3-year-old EC-NZJ (msn 1407) was formerly operated by Virgin Australia (VA, Brisbane International) and is owned by Floreat Capital Markets (managed by Doric Asset Finance), the ch-aviation fleets module shows. It entered into revenue service with the Spanish ACMI/charter specialist on June 23, 2023, flying from Madrid Barajas to Malaga on behalf of Air Europa (UX, Palma de Mallorca). It has since operated on behalf of Corendon Dutch Airlines (CD, Amsterdam Schiphol) and Air France (AF, Paris CDG), Flightradar24 ADS-B data shows.

The aircraft is configured for up to 275 passengers, including 20 in lie-flat business class.

Privilege Style's fleet also comprises one A321-200 (currently wet-leased to KLM Royal Dutch Airlines), one B757-200 (wet-leased to Aer Lingus), and one B777-200ER.