Cyprus Airways is looking into the possible sale of surplus Airbus components following the contraction of the carrier's fleet.
It says it is studying the potential removal of A330 spares following the decision, towards the end of 2011, to withdraw its long-haul fleet.
Cyprus Airways also says it is also examining a similar disposal of excess spares for Airbus A319, A320 and A321 jets.
The loss-making carrier is cutting back the fleet, which comprises only A320-family aircraft, as part of an effort to restructure.
Cyprus Airways says it has not yet reached agreement with any prospective buyer for the stock of spares.