Brussels Airlines retires an Airbus A330-300 (OO-SFN) after 25 years of service

Brussels Airlines Airbus A330-301 OO-SFN (msn 037) BRU (Karl Cornil). Image: 921439.

Brussels Airlines has retired its first Airbus A330-300. The pictured A330-301 OO-SFN (msn 037) departed Brussels on November 13 for storage at the Pinal Airpark, Arizona.

OO-SFN was originally delivered to Air Inter as F-GMDB on December 30, 1993, then to SABENA on July 30, 1997 as OO-SFN and later served with SN Brussels Airlines and at the end, Brussels Airlines.

At one time it carried “Music our freedom” special markings.

Copyright Photo (all other images by Brussels Airlines): Brussels Airlines Airbus A330-301 OO-SFN (msn 037) BRU (Karl Cornil). Image: 921439.

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2 thoughts on “Brussels Airlines retires an Airbus A330-300 (OO-SFN) after 25 years of service

  1. russ@AHS

    Perhaps the first paragraph should read “OO-SFN was originally delivered to Air Inter (as F-GMDB) in December 1993, then sold to SABENA on July 30, 1997 and later served with SN Brussels Airlines and at the end, Brussels Airlines.”

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