Titan Airways (ZT, London Stansted) has retired its only A318-100, having ferried the 11.6-year-old G-EUNB (msn 4039) reportedly for part-out on April 13, 2021.

The all-business-class Airbus narrowbody with 32 lie-flat passenger seats was previously operated by British Airways as one of a pair of aircraft used on the premium London City-New York JFK route. The flag carrier sold the aircraft in 2017 (the other unit, G-EUNA (msn 4007), was ferried to Enschede for part-out in February 2021 once British Airways cancelled the route).

Flightradar24 ADS-B data indicate that Titan Airways used its A318 on a commercial service for the last time on March 11, 2021, flying from London Stansted to Hassi Messaoud in Algeria and return. Since then, the aircraft has been stored at Stansted. On April 13, Titan ferried it to St. Athan. It is owned by Fuyo General Lease and managed by ALM - Aircraft Leasing & Management, the ch-aviation fleets ownership module indicates. According to the UK Civil Aviation Authority (CAA), an aircraft registration case was opened on March 26, 2021, indicating potential deregistration in progress.

Titan Airways did not respond to ch-aviation's request for confirmation that the aircraft will indeed be parted out.

The carrier's fleet currently comprises two A320-200s, four A321-200s, two A321-200(P2F)s, two A321-200NX(LR)s, two B737-400(SF)s, and two B757-200s, the ch-aviation fleets advanced module shows.

The A318s, excluding the ACJ318-100 variant, remain in operation with just two carriers in the world: Air France with 18 units and Tarom with four.