AeroUnion (6R, México City Int'l) phased-out its last A300B4(F) in early February before selling it to an unnamed airline in Georgia, Skyliner Magazine has reported.

XA-LRL (msn 210) operated its last flight from Guadalajara to México City Int'l on February 3, 2020. It was subsequently ferried via Bangor, Reykjavik Keflavik, and Burgas to Tbilisi over the course of February 11-13 and has remained in storage at the Georgian gateway since then, Flightradar24 ADS-B data shows.

At the peak of its A300B4(F) operations, AeroUnion had five such aircraft in its fleet. The penultimate, XA-FPP (msn 227), was retired on September 1, 2019.

AeroUnion was not available for comment.

The Mexican cargo specialist is partially-owned by TAMPA Cargo (QT, Medellín José Maria Córdova), which, in turn, is a subsidiary of Avianca Holdings. According to the ch-aviation fleets advanced module, it continues to operate three A300-600(F)s and two B767-200(F)s.

In Georgia, AMS Airlines (GEO, Tbilisi) has four (inactive) A300s of which two are A300B4-203(F)s. Kyrgyz Airlines Plus (Bishkek), a Kyrgyz start-up, also owns one A300B4-203(F) which is on the Georgian register.