Aer Lingus (EI, Dublin Int'l) has taken delivery of its tenth and final A330-300, which is also the world's last unit of the type built by Airbus.

EI-EIN (msn 1951) was ferried from Toulouse Blagnac to Brussels National on February 28, 2020, and has remained at the Belgian gateway since then, RadarBox24 ADS-B data shows.

The ch-aviation fleets advanced module shows that there are four more completed, albeit undelivered, A330-300s, namely msn 1863, 1865, 1874, and 1940. The quartet was initially destined for Hong Kong Airlines (HX, Hong Kong Int'l) but have not been handed over due to the carrier's financial troubles.

The world's last new-build A330-200, F-HLVN (msn 1936), was delivered to OpenSkies (BOS, Paris Orly) (which operates on behalf of LEVEL) on October 1, 2019.

Airbus continues to assemble military tanker variants of the A330-200s, KC-30Bs, as well as the A330-200-based AC!3XLs. However, in terms of passenger versions, only the neo variants (A330-800 and A330-900) remain in production. The manufacturer no longer offers new-build A330-200Fs.