National Airlines (N8, Orlando Sanford) is set to add its first Airbus equipment to its fleet which at present consists entirely of Boeing aircraft.

ch-aviation research shows the Florida-based ACMI/charter specialist is due to take delivery of A330-200 EI-EWH (msn 891), formerly 5N-JIC with Arik Air. The 11-year-old jet is currently in Malta Int'l where it recently underwent repainting into National's livery.

As it currently stands, National's fleet consists of five B747-400(BCF)s and two B757-200s used for US military charter flights among others.