Air Transat (TS, Montréal Trudeau) has scheduled the last A310-300 flights for April 27, 2020, ch-aviation schedule analysis has revealed.

As first reported by Airways Magazine, the Canadian carrier plans to operate the type for the last time on a scheduled charter flight from Roatán to Montréal Trudeau and on a regular service from Paris CDG to Québec.

According to the ch-aviation fleets advanced module, Air Transat currently operates six A310-300s, which are 29 years old on average. The airline owns all six units. The A310s are being replaced by A321-200neo(LR)s, of which Air Transat already operates two and has a further thirteen on order from AerCap.

The carrier's fleet also includes four A321-200s, sixteen A330-200s, four A330-300s, one B737-700, and five B737-800s.