Turkey's MNG to phase out A300B4 and 737-400 freighters

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Turkish cargo carrier MNG Airlines is to retire its two remaining Airbus A300B4s and one Boeing 737-400.

According to sources at the company, MNG is retiring its remaining A300B4 after losing a contract and as the aircraft is close to its D-check.

The airline is also removing a Boeing 737-400s from the short-haul market.

MNG will continue operating Airbus A300-600's and one A330-200F. The airline though could cancel one of its remaining A330-200Fs on order.