Corsair International (SS, Paris Orly) retired all three of its B747-400s earlier this month with the last unit of the type, F-GTUI (msn 26875), ferried to Kemble for part-out on June 15. The aircraft also operated Corsair's last revenue flight of the type on March 25, 2020, from Pointe à Pitre to Paris Orly.

The other two B747-400s owned and operated by the French leisure specialist, F-HSUN (msn 26880) and F-HSEA (msn 26877), were ferried to Kemble on June 9 and June 12 respectively, Flightradar24 ADS-B data shows. The three quadjets are between 27 and 28 years old, the ch-aviation fleets advanced module shows.

Following the retirement of the B747s, Corsair International no longer operates any Boeing aircraft. Its fleet consists of one A330-200 and three A330-300s, all of which are dry-leased. Only two -300s are currently active, connecting Orly with French overseas departments in the Caribbean. The airline also owns one stored A330-200 and one B747SP (derelict at Châteauroux).