Hawaiian Airlines (HA, Honolulu) has officially announced that it will phase out its fleet of B767s by the end of 2018.

The carrier said in a statement that in order to expedite the process, which is part of its long-term fleet strategy, it has ordered one A330-200 from Airbus (AIB, Toulouse Blagnac) in addition to leasing two more A321neo. The A330 is due for delivery during the fourth quarter of 2017 while the A321neo will arrive in early 2018.

“The addition of these three aircraft provide for low- to mid-single-digit capacity growth over the remainder of the decade,” Peter Ingram, executive vice president and chief commercial officer for Hawaiian Airlines, said. “At the same time, the accelerated retirement of the Boeing 767s from our fleet will simplify our operation and allow us to be more efficient.”

Hawaiian currently operates eight B767-300s of which four are owned by the airline while three are owned by BCC Equipment Leasing and one by AerCap.