Philippine Airlines (PR, Manila Ninoy Aquino Int'l) has confirmed it has now ended all A340 operations following the disposal of its last remaining A340-300 - RP-C3441 (msn 474) - on Wednesday, July 10.

Although the Filipino carrier had withdrawn the type from regular rotation last year, it retained it to act as a spare in the event of an AOG.

According to PAL, RP-C3441 was ferried from Manila Ninoy Aquino Int'l to Orlando Int'l via San Francisco, CA on July 10. Its end-customer was not revealed.

The ch-aviation fleets advanced module shows PAL operated a total of ten A340-300s of which four were direct purchases from Airbus with the remainder ex-Iberia inventory.

PAL's widebody fleet now entails fifteen A330-300s, six A350-900s, and ten B777-300(ER)s.