767 Renaissance

It is common wisdom in the aviation world that first delivery of a new aircraft type is the death knell for the type it replaces.  But to paraphrase Mark Twain, “reports of the 767’s death have been greatly exaggerated.” Boeing delivered its first 787 – a direct replacement for the 767 – over four years […]

LATAM to lease three 767-300Fs to FedEx

  • David Harris
  • November 24, 2014
  • Strategy
LATAM Airlines Group said that as part of its freighter fleet rationalization plan, it was “in the process of leasing out three of its 767-300Fs to another company operating in a different market for a period of three years.” While LATAM did not identify the lessee, one of the three (32573) has already been re-registered […]

Change coming to the LATAM freighter fleet

Brazil-based TAM Linhas Aéreas this week converted two earlier 777-300ER orders to orders for the freighter variant – the 777F. TAM, like Chile-based LAN, is a subsidiary of the LATAM Group, which appears to be in the process of overhauling its freighter operations. The Group currently has ten 767-300Fs and four 777Fs distributed among its […]
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