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F-GTAS Airbus A321-212

About F-GTAS - Airbus A321-212






Airbus A321-212




16 years

Last Seen

Today (AF1100)





AF1101Today18:15MADMadridCDGParis Scheduled
AF1100Today15:05CDGParisMADMadrid Live
AF7405Today11:45TLSToulouseCDGParis Landed
AF7404Today09:35CDGParisTLSToulouse Landed
AF9395Today06:10NCENiceCDGParis Landed
AF7607Yesterday18:35ALGAlgiersNCENice Landed
AF7606Yesterday15:35NCENiceALGAlgiers Landed
ABC-DEFG Boeing 787-123 10 2021-12-31 2021-12-31
ABC-DEFG Boeing 787-123 10 2021-12-31 2021-12-31
ABC-DEFG Boeing 787-123 10 2021-12-31 2021-12-31
ABC-DEFG Boeing 787-123 10 2021-12-31 2021-12-31

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is the registration number of this aircraft?

The registration number of this Airbus aircraft is F-GTAS.

Which airline owns this aircraft?

This aircraft is owned by Air France.

What is the type and model of this aircraft?

The F-GTAS of Air France is a Airbus A321-212.

What are the recent destinations and history of this aircraft?

The recent destinations of this F-GTAS Airbus are:

  • AF1101 from Madrid (MAD) to Paris (CDG)
  • AF1100 from Paris (CDG) to Madrid (MAD)
  • AF7405 from Toulouse (TLS) to Paris (CDG)
  • AF7404 from Paris (CDG) to Toulouse (TLS)
  • AF9395 from Nice (NCE) to Paris (CDG)
  • AF7607 from Algiers (ALG) to Nice (NCE)
  • AF7606 from Nice (NCE) to Algiers (ALG)
  • AF9392 from Paris (CDG) to Nice (NCE)
  • AF7305 from Nice (NCE) to Paris (CDG)
  • AF7304 from Paris (CDG) to Nice (NCE)
  • AF7304 from Paris (CDG) to Nice (NCE)
  • AF1033 from Athens (ATH) to Paris (CDG)
  • AF1032 from Paris (CDG) to Athens (ATH)
  • AF1851 from Copenhagen (CPH) to Paris (CDG)
  • AF1850 from Paris (CDG) to Copenhagen (CPH)

How old is this aircraft?

This Airbus aircraft of Air France is 16 years old.

The safety of aircraft is always a priority for Air France, regardless of the age of the aircraft. This Airbus of 16 years is safe and is not yet due for retirement. Moreover, the interior is often upgraded with new seats more than a new aircraft is ordered, for extra comfort.