Qatar Airways (QR, Doha Hamad International) has returned four of five A350-900s it has been subleasing from LATAM Airlines Brasil (JJ, Sao Paulo Congonhas) since March 2017.

A7-AMB (msn 64), A7-AQA (msn 265), A7-AQB (msn 282), and A7-AQC (msn 313) were ferried from Doha International to Belo Horizonte Tancredo Neves over the course of May 21-22, Flightradar24 ADS-B data shows. The first three aircraft are owned by AerCap and the last one by BOC Aviation, the ch-aviation fleets ownership module shows.

The fifth aircraft, A7-AMA (msn 79), remains in Qatar for the time being but is expected to be returned shortly as well. It is the only one of the five which is owned by LATAM Airlines Group and not dry-leased.

A7-AMA and A7-AMB were both delivered to LATAM in late 2016 and subleased to Qatar Airways in early 2017. The remaining three units were delivered directly to Qatar in 2019. The aircraft were subleased to compensate for delayed deliveries of Qatar's own A350-900s.

According to the ch-aviation fleets advanced module, Qatar Airways currently operates thirty-four A350-900s (not counting aircraft subleased from LATAM) and fifteen A350-1000s. Meanwhile, LATAM Airlines Brasil operates eight A350-900s.