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767 Fleet/Subfleet Activity (2017)

Sat Jan 14, 2017 3:34 pm

New year, new thread. This is a continuation of:
viewtopic.php?f=3&t=599775&hilit=767+retirement

2016 Recap

Surprisingly for an aged program, the 767 ended 2016 with a 1 net loss versus the end of 2015.
> 68 frames exited service (36 permanent retirements & 32 return to lessors/sale to third parties)
> 67 frames entered service (33 to new operators, 13 new builds to FEDEX, 15 cargo conversions & 6 second hand cargo)

On the retirement side, 2016 was led by the accelerated retirement of AA's 763s as well as the older 763s of DL, JL and NH.
But the year belonged to Amazon which launched an airline initially based on a fleet of 20+ used 763s. This meant that every single second hand 763 looking for a home found a home. The huge 2015 backlog created by the Transaero bankruptcy is now a story of the past. And the second hand market for 767s is very tight.

Below are the transactions of 2016
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Re: 767 Fleet/Subfleet Activity (2017)

Sat Jan 14, 2017 3:55 pm

2017 Preview

On the pax front, more retirements are expected as fleets age. AA/DL/AC/HA/NH/JL are all expected to continue retiring their oldest 763s.
S7 & NZ should be bidding farewell to their final 763s with ET & MU accelerating their respective exits from the 763 program.

Second hand passenger frames will continue to make their way in fleets with Air Canada Rouge and Icelandair expecting deliveries there.

On the cargo front, the Amazon frames ordered in 2016 will continue to get delivered in 2017 as they complete cargo conversion in TLV/QPG. I count at least 10 frames currently in TLV/QPG either undergoing conversion or awaiting its turn. FEDEX will continue to receive new 763Fs at the pace of 1 per month.

Below table shows passenger sub fleets scheduled for upcoming retirement
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Wed Jan 25, 2017 2:16 pm

N359AZ (Amazon Prime Air) has completed cargo conversion in TLV and is being delivered to CVG today (25-Jan). This is ex-American Airlines (N355AA). LN 221 (1988-built). Once painted, it will become the 6th 763ER (BDSF) in the Amazon fleet (4th operated by ATI - 2 others operated by Atlas).
 
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Wed Jan 25, 2017 4:34 pm

Who would have thought the cargo demand for the 767 would be this high
 
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Fri Jan 27, 2017 2:31 pm

According to AA's 8-K filed today, the 767 will be reduced from 31 aircraft to 22, instead of 25 as planned. One aircraft, N376AN, is temporarily being brought out of storage to operate for the upcoming Spring/Summer. The 767 that caught fire last year, N345AN, was one of the newest nine 767s, and was written off. One 767, likely N377AN as it is the only 767 left in the old livery, will be retired this quarter. Four 767s will be retired in Q3, likely right after the summer schedule ends, with two 767s left with the old configuration into Q4. Those two will leave in Q4 along with two refurbished 767s. With the extra 767s being parked, the A330-300 retirement will not start until next year.
 
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Tue Jan 31, 2017 1:46 pm

Another frame left the "European desert" for a new life as a cargo aircraft with Kalitta Air . Departed LETL for OSC yesterday as N762CK

https://www.flightradar24.com/reg/n762ck

Originally built in 1992 for Gulf Air was stored in Teruel after Transaero collapsed

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Tue Jan 31, 2017 7:25 pm

N359AA (230) was sold to Spectre Aviation Capital and sent ROW-SBD. Is she headed to the breakers? 110,000 hours on her at the end of 2014.
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Tue Jan 31, 2017 11:57 pm

Over at the Amazon Fleet Growing thread, we learned from our contributor Yochai that not only is N395CM now scheduled to arrive at TLV later this week to begin conversion, but N385CM is scheduled for post-conversion delivery to CAM (sans paint) at CVG also this week. Should be going on the ATI certificate, renumbered as 331AZ, after painting. It will be interesting to see which Dean Baldwin Painting shop gets her. The Amazon aircraft have now been to all of them.
 
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Wed Feb 01, 2017 2:20 pm

The last three Air NZ 763s are listed for Sale or Dry Lease by 30West.
https://www.30wjets.com/available-aircraft

ZK-NCJ -- L/N 574 (Apr 95) was withdrawn 29 Oct 2016 and was removed from the New Zealand register on 25 Jan 2017.
It is still at AKL, but now has the registration N930WE.
http://www.airport-data.com/aircraft/ph ... 66538.html

ZK-NCG -- L/N 509 (Aug 93), and ZK-NCI -- L/N 558 (Nov 94), are expected to be withdrawn on 31 Mar 2017.

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PA515 wrote:

ZK-NCG -- L/N 509 (Aug 93), and ZK-NCI -- L/N 558 (Nov 94), are expected to be withdrawn on 31 Mar 2017.

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Tue Feb 07, 2017 4:03 am

N125DL off to MZJ tomorrow http://flightaware.com/live/flight/DAL9 ... /KATL/KMZJ. Not sure when N129DL will be following suit.
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Re: 767 Fleet/Subfleet Activity (2017)

Tue Feb 07, 2017 5:46 am

PA515 wrote:
The last three Air NZ 763s are listed for Sale or Dry Lease by 30West.
https://www.30wjets.com/available-aircraft

ZK-NCJ -- L/N 574 (Apr 95) was withdrawn 29 Oct 2016 and was removed from the New Zealand register on 25 Jan 2017.
It is still at AKL, but now has the registration N930WE.
http://www.airport-data.com/aircraft/ph ... 66538.html

ZK-NCG -- L/N 509 (Aug 93), and ZK-NCI -- L/N 558 (Nov 94), are expected to be withdrawn on 31 Mar 2017.

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Icelandair should be all over those frames...if not Air Canada Rouge or a freighter operator. One could bump off the last non-wingleted passenger 752 off the roster.
 
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Re: 767 Fleet/Subfleet Activity (2017)

Wed Feb 08, 2017 5:06 am

Second completed cargo conversion of the year in TLV. N3331AZ to become N359AZ (Amazon Prime Air) was delivered to CVG (via SNN) on 7-Feb. This is ex-Omni Air (N387AX). LN 371 (1991-built).

Also, as mentioned above, N125DL (Delta Airlines 763) was retired to MZJ on 7-Feb. One last DL GE-powered 763 remains (N129DL) and that one is scheduled to be retired imminently.
 
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Wed Feb 08, 2017 8:47 am

C-GBZR (Air Canada) was retired and shipped to QPG for Air Canada Rouge installation on 4-Feb. LN 411. Will become the oldest frame operated by Rouge once delivered. I was under the impression that no other AC aircraft were due to be transferred to Rouge and am assuming that Amazon has rendered the secondary market void and expensive hence the additional frames being passed down.

C-GEOU (Air Canada Rouge) completed refurbishing and painting into Air Canada Rouge livery and is being delivered on 7-Feb QPG-HND-YVR-YYZ. LN 771. Ex-Air Canada that was retired in Dec 2016.
 
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Mon Feb 13, 2017 3:37 am

TF-ISP (Icelandair) was delivered to KEF on 10-Feb after being refurbished in XMN. This is LN663 and ex-Air New Zealand. A second ex-Air NZ frame is currently in XMN getting refurbished for Icelandair. Both will be used on TATL routes once the Summer schedule kicks in.
 
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Second completed cargo conversion of the year in TLV. N3331AZ to become N359AZ (Amazon Prime Air) was delivered to CVG (via SNN) on 7-Feb. This is ex-Omni Air (N387AX). LN 371 (1991-built).

Also, as mentioned above, N125DL (Delta Airlines 763) was retired to MZJ on 7-Feb. One last DL GE-powered 763 remains (N129DL) and that one is scheduled to be retired imminently.


Looks like N129DL did a charter on ATL-DFW today. Not quite done yet I guess.
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Mon Feb 13, 2017 6:05 am

Ex NZ ZK-NCJ flew AKL-ASP today for I believe short term storage. Now N930WE.
 
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Mon Feb 13, 2017 6:20 am

hkcanadaexpat wrote:
Second completed cargo conversion of the year in TLV. N3331AZ to become N359AZ (Amazon Prime Air) was delivered to CVG (via SNN) on 7-Feb. This is ex-Omni Air (N387AX). LN 371 (1991-built).


This is a little off. You are conflating two ships. I say this with respect because you are officially the 767 guru, but probably were just working from memory.

The ex-Omni one (originally Air New Zealand) that was just completed is currently registered N385CM. It will be renumbered N331AZ after paint. (You also have an extra 3 typo in the reg.) It just flew, as you say, a few days ago, from TLV-SNN and then the next day SNN-CVG. Then it flew CVG-GYR for paint at Dean Baldwin Painting. It should be out in about 12 days.

N359AZ just got out of paint at Dean Baldwin's main shop at ROW. It has been operating under that number since it was sent to TLV. It is ex-AA (N355AA), and was briefly numbered N388CM. It is now at ILN, having arrived from ROW at 11:40am today (the 12th of February). I hear from multiple sources that it may need some more work at AMES before going into service, so it may not be the next one into the ATI fleet. 331 may go first into service. But we will see, because we all know the value of these rumours.
 
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Re: 767 Fleet/Subfleet Activity (2017)

Thu Feb 16, 2017 3:38 am

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This is a little off.

you couldn't be more correct. my head must have been in the clouds that day...

In other news, YV612T (SBA Airlines) has been returned to lessor Sky Holding @ MEX after about only 1 year in operation. Signs of the continued difficulties in Venezuela. SBA maintains 1x 763 (YV528T) on the MIA-CCS route.
 
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Re: 767 Fleet/Subfleet Activity (2017)

Thu Feb 16, 2017 3:45 am

hkcanadaexpat wrote:
wjcandee wrote:
This is a little off.

you couldn't be more correct. my head must have been in the clouds that day...

In other news, YV612T (SBA Airlines) has been returned to lessor Sky Holding @ MEX after about only 1 year in operation. Signs of the continued difficulties in Venezuela. SBA maintains 1x 763 (YV528T) on the MIA-CCS route.


SBA could just contract with Dynamic...they have 767-336ERs that might come more cheaply because they have RB211 engines on them (and thus are less desirable to other airlines---they're all ex-Qantas via BA). It could be rotated between SBA's and Dynamic's services.
 
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Fri Feb 17, 2017 3:55 am

CS-TLZ (EuroAtlantic Airways Cargo) has been retired from the fleet and stored temporarily @ TUS. I presume it will be onward sold, possibly to one of the Amazon Prime operators. This is LN 248, originally a Canadian Airlines frame. It was EuroAtlantic's only cargo plane.
 
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Fri Feb 17, 2017 5:48 am

hkcanadaexpat wrote:
CS-TLZ (EuroAtlantic Airways Cargo) has been retired from the fleet and stored temporarily @ TUS. I presume it will be onward sold, possibly to one of the Amazon Prime operators. This is LN 248, originally a Canadian Airlines frame. It was EuroAtlantic's only cargo plane.

Definitely the type of frame Connie would be interested in. I guess we'll have to wait and see. Would be a good purchase given the three recently-acquired Transaero birds won't be ready for cargo service for a while yet.
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Re: 767 Fleet/Subfleet Activity (2017)

Fri Feb 17, 2017 7:06 am

aemoreira1981 wrote:
hkcanadaexpat wrote:
wjcandee wrote:
This is a little off.

you couldn't be more correct. my head must have been in the clouds that day...

In other news, YV612T (SBA Airlines) has been returned to lessor Sky Holding @ MEX after about only 1 year in operation. Signs of the continued difficulties in Venezuela. SBA maintains 1x 763 (YV528T) on the MIA-CCS route.


SBA could just contract with Dynamic...they have 767-336ERs that might come more cheaply because they have RB211 engines on them (and thus are less desirable to other airlines---they're all ex-Qantas via BA). It could be rotated between SBA's and Dynamic's services.


Other way round - these RB211-fitted 763s were new to BA. They're 767-336ER models. BA sold them to Qantas. The ones that remained with BA are mostly retired now - I'm sure those that haven't already been broken for spares would fetch a cheap price as they are not wanted for freighter conversions due to the non-standard engines.
 
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Re: 767 Fleet/Subfleet Activity (2017)

Fri Feb 17, 2017 9:17 pm

C-GEOU now flying for Rouge as mentioned above,

still to get transfered to Rouge are C-GSCA, C-GDUZ, C-GBZR. I believe after this they will reach their 50 a/c cap
 
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Wed Feb 22, 2017 4:06 am

A sad day for 767 fanatics. N129DL (Delta Air Lines), the last surviving GE-powered non-ETOPS 763 in the fleet, was retired to the desert on Feb 21st. DL maintains a few PW-powered ETOPS 763s as well as its huge fleet of 763ERs and 764s. The oldest 763ERs are next on the list of retirement. Probably staring in 2019 when the A339s start arriving.
 
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Wed Feb 22, 2017 4:20 am

hkcanadaexpat wrote:
In other news, YV612T (SBA Airlines) has been returned to lessor Sky Holding @ MEX after about only 1 year in operation. Signs of the continued difficulties in Venezuela. SBA maintains 1x 763 (YV528T) on the MIA-CCS route.

YV528T, SBA Airlines's other 767 has also been parked @ MEX on 19-Feb and returned to lessor Sky Holding. LN 224 (ex-Gulf). CCS-MIA continues to be served by SBA's 757 aircraft.
 
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Wed Feb 22, 2017 5:15 am

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C-GEOU now flying for Rouge as mentioned above,

still to get transfered to Rouge are C-GSCA, C-GDUZ, C-GBZR. I believe after this they will reach their 50 a/c cap


As far as I understood from the Air Canada fleet plan, Rouge was to get to only 24 widebody aircraft this year.
 
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Thu Feb 23, 2017 3:50 am

VP-BVI (VIM Airlines) has been retired and ferried to LETL upon return to lessor TransFin-M after about 1 year in service. LN 378. 1991 built. Ex-Transaero and Air France.
 
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Sun Feb 26, 2017 2:54 am

TF-ISW (Icelandair) was delivered to KEF on 24-Feb after being refurbished in XMN. LN677. Second of two ex-Air NZ frames destined for Icelandair.
 
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Mon Feb 27, 2017 1:04 pm

8Q-MEE (Mega Global) has been retired, returned to lessor Aercap and stored @ MZJ on 21-February-2017. The Mega fleet is down to one (8Q-MEF) as far as I can see. They were wet leasing a MIAT frame for a while to replace 8Q-MEE during retirement but that one is back to Mongolia. I presume they are/will be sourcing a second frame from somewhere as their Chinese charter schedules generally require two frames.
 
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Mon Feb 27, 2017 5:35 pm

FX took delivery of another 763F on about 2/24. Was supposed to be earlier in the week but there was an engine issue for which GE had to ship components into Seattle to fix the problem.
 
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Wed Mar 01, 2017 3:40 am

VQ-BUO (Azur Air) was retired on 21-Feb-17 and sent to SAW where it will be refurbished for Azur Air Germany. Azur Air Germany is a new charter airline set to debut in April. It will initially operate 3 763ERs for long haul flights, two of which are coming from Azur Air (LN 591/734) and the third one is ex-Transaero (LN 385). LN 385 should be delivered imminently.
 
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Wed Mar 01, 2017 6:26 am

I love this thread! Fascinating the transition we are seeing as the momentum really gets going with regards from 763s being converted from pax aircraft to freighters!

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Ex NZ ZK-NCJ flew AKL-ASP today for I believe short term storage. Now N930WE.

Saw it in storage a few weeks ago.
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Wed Mar 01, 2017 3:11 pm

hkcanadaexpat wrote:
the last surviving GE-powered non-ETOPS 763 in the fleet, was retired to the desert on Feb 21st.


That leaves only six A/C in the fleet with throttle-cable driven non-FADEC engines (Gulf Air -3P6ERs). Down from 45 airplanes about ten years ago.
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That leaves only six A/C in the fleet with throttle-cable driven non-FADEC engines (Gulf Air -3P6ERs). Down from 45 airplanes about ten years ago.

I presume these will be the first 6 to go in 2019-20 when the A339s start arriving.
 
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N1093A (Amazon Prime Air, op by Atlas) completed conversion in TLV and was delivered to RME to 2-Mar-2017 for induction and painting. This is LN 776, most recently with Transaero. This is the third cargo conversion completed so far this year.
 
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Mon Mar 06, 2017 8:44 am

N284DH completed freighter conversion in TLV for DHL Air and should be ready for a test flight in the coming days
 
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N1093A (Amazon Prime Air, op by Atlas) completed conversion in TLV and was delivered to RME to 2-Mar-2017 for induction and painting. This is LN 776, most recently with Transaero. This is the third cargo conversion completed so far this year.


Wow. How much capacity has bedek per year? these guys know the business!
 
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Wed Mar 15, 2017 9:51 am

C-GSCA (Air Canada) has been retired from the fleet and flown to QPG for Air Canada Rouge installations. This is LN 372, leased from CIT. Air Canada (mainline) is now down to 11x 763ERs. Another 3 (including 1 to Rouge) are expected to leave the fleet this year. The remaining frames spend a lot of time on domestic routes (YYZ-YVR, YYZ-YYC, YVR-YUL) as well as cross border (YYZ-SFO/LAX) and thin medium/long haul routes (YYC-NRT/OGG, YOW/YHZ-LHR).
 
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Wed Mar 15, 2017 11:21 am

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DL_Mech wrote:
That leaves only six A/C in the fleet with throttle-cable driven non-FADEC engines (Gulf Air -3P6ERs). Down from 45 airplanes about ten years ago.

I presume these will be the first 6 to go in 2019-20 when the A339s start arriving.


I thought the PW4000 powered domestics were next (1401-1404) as some are coming due for an overhaul. (late 2017?)
 
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Thu Mar 16, 2017 5:17 am

N376AN (American Airlines) begins its second life. Delivered to MIA on March 15th following maintenance in BFM. This frame was retired but due to the accident (and scrapping) of N345AN last summer, AA is temporarily bringing out of retirement to work the heavy summer schedule.
 
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N376AN (American Airlines) begins its second life. Delivered to MIA on March 15th following maintenance in BFM. This frame was retired but due to the accident (and scrapping) of N345AN last summer, AA is temporarily bringing out of retirement to work the heavy summer schedule.

From the SDR reports, it looks like she was put through a check at the end of February. Only 93,000 hours on her, pretty young compared to some that have been converted to freighter lately.
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Sun Mar 19, 2017 9:38 am

B-1423 (SF Airlines) completed cargo conversion at QPG and was delivered to SZX on Feb 28th. This is the 5th and last ex-Qantas frames due for delivery to SF Airlines. QPG will now move to Atlas/Amazon conversions with two frames already sitting in Singapore (LNs 430 & 587).
 
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FX took delivery of another 763F today, 3/21.
 
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Hearing some interesting rumors concerning JAL's 767-300ERs, possibly going to one operator for cargo conversion...
 
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UPS757Pilot wrote:
Hearing some interesting rumors concerning JAL's 767-300ERs, possibly going to one operator for cargo conversion...

Interesting... In theory, they still have 6x 763s (non-ERs) to retire prior to seeing the first ERs being retired. But I guess a good deal for some the ERs + a number of new 789s being delivered and going on some of those ER routes could have changed the retirement order. The oldest JAL ER was built in 2002 so still has plenty of life left in it.
 
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Thu Mar 30, 2017 7:44 am

CS-TRN (Euro Atlantic) was retired on March 14th and returned to lessor AWAS @ SAW. Rumours are that this frame will be refurbished and then leased out to Azur Air. LN 491. 1993 built. Originally operated by TACA.

ZK-NCG (Air New Zealand) was retired on March 25th and stored @ AKL for decommissioning prior to onwards sale. Air New Zealand has one more 767 and it should also be retired imminently. LN 509. 1993 built. Delivered brand new to NZ.

C-GBZR (Air Canada Rouge) completed refurbishment @ QPG and was delivered @ YYZ (via @ YVR) on March 29th. Second Air Canada Rouge delivery in 2017. More to come. LN 411. 1992 built. Originally operated by Asiana.
 
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Final NZ 763 service 31/03 NZ108 SYD 1850 AKL 2359. Brings down the curtain on 31.5 years of 767 service September 1985 March 2017. Not sure exactly how many 767's NZ operated, 21/22 I think. 14 at its peak 4 762's 10 763's 2000/04.
 
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Thu Mar 30, 2017 8:48 am

ZK-NBT wrote:
Final NZ 763 service 31/03 NZ108 SYD 1850 AKL 2359. Brings down the curtain on 31.5 years of 767 service September 1985 March 2017. Not sure exactly how many 767's NZ operated, 21/22 I think. 14 at its peak 4 762's 10 763's 2000/04.


Of the longer-term fleet members, I get nine -200ERs (ZK-NBA to -NBJ, with no -NBG), 11 -300ERs (ZK-NCE to -NCO). Plus short-term leases on two Britannia -200ERs (G-BRIG and G-BNYS) and a LOT -300ER (SP-LPA). Total 20 long-term plus three short-term. 14 does seem to have been the peak
There was also ZK-NCP, but it never got the chance to be added to the list.
http://www.airliners.net/photo/Air-New- ... R/215176/L
 
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Re: 767 Fleet/Subfleet Activity (2017)

Thu Mar 30, 2017 10:44 am

UPS757Pilot wrote:
Hearing some interesting rumors concerning JAL's 767-300ERs, possibly going to one operator for cargo conversion...

Looks like this is happening. There is a separate thread on this for those looking for more details:
viewtopic.php?f=3&t=1359141

As debunked by @musashino in that thread, the first JAL frame has already been retired from service. JA605J was retired from service on March 1st and is currently stored @ HND awaiting transfer to UPS. It has been repainted in white as per pictures on the below Japanese spotters site. LN 911. 2003 built. Delivered new to JAL.
http://flyteam.jp/registration/JA605J

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