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D-APOP MEA Middle East Airlines Airbus A310-304 (MSN 481)

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This Series 304 D-APOP started its career in August 1988, when it was delivered to Wardair as C-GKWD, which two years later was merged with Canadian Airlines. In 1991 it was purchased by Polaris Aircraft Leasing, which leased it to Kuwait Airways as A6-KUD. When Kuwait Airways received its own examples in 1993, POLARIS leased it to Lebanese carrier Middle East Airlines as D-APOP. The leasing contract changed in July 1995, when it was returned to parent company GECAS and became F-OHLI. Between 2001 and 2005 it was leased to Air India as VT-ENH and Jordan Aviation (JY-JAH), before withdrawn from use and stored. D-APOP was photographed at Frankfurt in June 1994.