ATSG said in its conference call that it was prepping to re-lease two CAM 767-200s that had been leased to ABX Air. They moved to ILN over the summer, and were waiting for hangar space to do pre-lease maintenance.
Looks like N788AX is done with maintenance at ILN and just moved today (10/24/18) to ROW for new paint.
It is going to be leased by CAM to SkyTaxi in Poland as SP-MRF. It will be SkyTaxi's first 767. Until now, the carrier had operated one passenger Saab 340 and one cargo S340.
Skytaxi.aero is the web site.
Skytaxi's brochure for the 767 is here: https://aviapages.com/static/media/2018 ... kyTaxi.pdf
Basically, they reworked the CAM 767-200 brochure into one for their service. I love how the brochure says "Wroclaw, Poland 2018" with a picture of a white 767-200 on the cover, when the photo was quite-plainly taken at ILN. Something only an avgeek would notice, of course. I will be interested to see what kind of paint or decal treatment the aircraft receives at ROW.
I am assuming that this is a dry lease, but if so it is a significant capital expenditure for this tiny carrier to train and qualify pilots in the 767. Of course, LOT flew 767s until 2013, so I suppose that it is possible that there is still some infrastructure and knowledge at WAW for 767 training and overnight maintenance, although likely not. Nobody else seems to be flying the 767 in there on a regular basis. However, both of these needs are add-on services that ATSG offers with its dry-leases, so that's another possibility for how SkyTaxi is planning on handling these requirements.