During the first few weeks of June, French airline Corsair retired three of its Boeing 747-400 fleet to Cotswold Airport. It is understood the aircraft will be parted out and scrapped.
The aircraft flown to Kemble include: F-GTUI, F-HSEA and F-HSUN all of which are Boeing 747-422 aircraft and have an age of roughly 28 years old.
The airline decided to retire the 747 fleet a year earlier than planned in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic which has hit the airline industry hard, the video below was captured by MrAviationGuy who captured some of the arrivals:
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