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As Qatar Airways grounded 13 A350s due to “fuselage surface below the paint getting degraded at an accelerated rate” it desperately needed some wide-bodies to fill the gap that was created by those grounded A350s, as a result, Qatar Airways reactivated all of the A330s that were stored in the old Doha airport after retiring the type from the fleet back in 2020 for cargo flights only, but clearly that was not enough, so they leased back two A330s that were returned to the lessor and stored in Nimes (FNI) after removing all the logos and writings from their livery. Seen here one of those two leased-back A330s after being reregistered to A7-ACS (ex. A7-ACL) taxiing to runway 34R to depart to Delhi (DEL) on a cargo-only flight as QR8366

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As Qatar Airways grounded 13 A350s due to “fuselage surface below the paint getting degraded at an accelerated rate” it desperately needed some wide-bodies to fill the gap that was created by those grounded A350s, as a result, Qatar Airways reactivated all of the A330s that were stored in the old Doha airport after retiring the type from the fleet back in 2020 for cargo flights only, but clearly that was not enough, so they leased back two A330s that were returned to the lessor and stored in Nimes (FNI) after removing all the logos and writings from their livery. Seen here one of those two leased-back A330s after being reregistered to A7-ACS (ex. A7-ACL) taxiing to runway 34R to depart to Delhi (DEL) on a cargo-only flight as QR8366

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