Is 767 production ramp-up a precursor to new orders?

Boeing increased 767 production from one per month to 1.5 per month (18 per year) in October 2014, and previously announced plans for an increase to two per month (24 per year) early in 2016. The Seattle Times reported on Wednesday that Boeing has announced internally that the production rate will be raised further, to […]
  • David Harris
  • September 11, 2015

More 767 freighter conversions

Uzbekistan Airways looks set to have two 767-300ERs converted to freighter configuration. According to a report in Air Transport World, Tashkent-based Uzbekistan Airways is already in the process of converting two of its nine 767-300ER aircraft to freighter configuration. ATW quotes the carrier’s European Regional Manager Timur Kerimov as saying that the first of the two […]
  • David Harris
  • May 9, 2014

Hannah and Her Sisters

After many months of anticipation, FedEx’s first 767-300ERF (N101FE, msn: 42076) is on the flight line and getting ready to fly for the very first time. Like most FedEx aircraft, it has a name – Hannah – and Hannah and her sisters will soon form a substantial part of the FedEx fleet. We brought you […]
  • David Harris
  • July 26, 2013

First 767-300F for FedEx

After many months of anticipation, FedEx’s first 767-300ERF (N101FE, msn: 42076) is on the flight line and getting ready to fly for the very first time. Like most FedEx aircraft, it has a name – Hannah – and Hannah and her sisters will soon form a substantial part of the FedEx fleet. We brought you […]
  • David Harris
  • July 26, 2013

UPS 767s Get Blended Winglets

Change is coming to UPS’ 54-strong fleet of 767-300ERFs – and you can see that change in this dramatic photo of N304UP (msn: 27242) lifting off from Seattle’s Boeing Field just as the sun is setting on its way to Louisville as UPS flight 981. The change is, of course, the massive Aviation Partners blended […]
  • David Harris
  • April 24, 2013

767-300 Freighter Update

Though most of the attention on Boeing over the last two years has been focused on the 777F, the 747-8F, and the 787, deliveries, and even orders, for the 767 program continue. 20 767s, all -300ERs, were delivered in 2011 with five being freighters for UPS and the rest a mixture of passenger aircraft for […]
  • David Harris
  • March 28, 2012

Gestair-TNT 763F at Maastricht

Behold! The paint is only just dry on this 767-300ER BDSF, but it now wears the vibrant colors of TNT (painted by MAAS – Maastricht Aviation Aircraft Services). EC-LKI (MSN: 26544) will be operated by Gestair, who lease it from Guggenheim Aviation Partners, on behalf of TNT. The aircraft, delivered in 1992 to SAS, was […]
  • David Harris
  • January 6, 2011

MasAir 767-300ERF

MasAir is a Mexican Cargo operator based at Benito Juárez Int’l (MEX) started in 1992. Partially owned by, and affiliated with LAN, it is one of that company’s multiple Cargo satellites. Like LAN Cargo, LANCO (of Columbia), and ABSA (in Brasil), MasAir is a big fan of the 767-300ERF and the entire fleet consists of […]
  • David Harris
  • September 17, 2010