As part of its expansion strategy Nanpo also ordered 14 Airbus A330-300 (with options for six more) to replace the 767s on domestic and international routes, further increasing capacity on routes served by narrowbodies. The first airframes entered service in 2011 and all were delivered by 2014, allowing for a new international route to be opened between Kumoi and Osaka. With the arrival of the A350 and A380s in 2017 , the 330s were moved esclusively on domestic service, flying routes between Taniguchi, Kumoi, Chiyoko, Minatogawa, hoshiguma and Toumachi. All are fitted with a two-class configuration offering 7 premum-economy and 384 economy seats, for a total of 391 passegners. the airline plans to turn ints options into firm orders in the near future, and eventually order more airframes if needed.