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D-AZUC (Azur Air Germany) was delivered on July 3rd to @DUS after refurbishment @SAW. Second airframe for this new airline. LN 491, 1993 built, last flown for EuroAtlantic, originally delivered to TACA. Leased from AZEX.
 
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Thu Jul 27, 2017 3:30 am

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N793AX (ABX Air) was retired on April 13th and returned to owner CAM @ ILN. On May 25th, it was delivered to DHL International @ BAH to become A9C-DHN, also leased from CAM. This is the second 762 leased by CAM to DHL International this year. LN 114. 1985 built. Originally delivered to ANA.


N793AX became A9C-DHO
 
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Thu Jul 27, 2017 2:04 pm

Line number 681 was leased by Atlas Air for a freighter conversion for Amazon Prime Air (still owned by AerCap). Its registration is N1381A. Line number 558 was sold by Air New Zealand to aircraft lessor 30 West, marketing the frame and two other NZ frames for sale or dry lease. Registered N830WE, line number 558 is now stored at Alice Springs.
 
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Thu Jul 27, 2017 2:24 pm

N284DH, DHL ntu , in now enroute LLBG-KYIP on delivery to Kalitta Air
 
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N1709A (Amazon Prime Air) was delivered on July 21st to @CVG after refurbishment @GYR. This frame is operated by Atlas. LN 248, 1989 built, last flown for EuroAtlantic Cargo, originally delivered to Canadian Airlines.

N149FE (Federal Express) was delivered on July 21st to @MEM. 6th frame delivered to Fedex this year. LN 1127. New build.

N387AM (American Airlines) was retired and flown to the desert on July 27st @ROW. This was one of 7 frames remaining with the old J product. First of nine AA 763ERs to be retired this year. LN 541. 1994 built. Originally delivered to American.
 
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Wed Aug 09, 2017 3:04 pm

N370AA (Cargo Aircraft Management) completed cargo conversion @ TLV on August 2nd and flew to @ILN prior to painting. The frame will then become N393CM and be allocated to one of its subsidiaries (ABX/ATI). LN 425. 1992-built. Originally built for American Airlines.

N1361A (Amazon Prime Air - operated by Atlas) completed cargo conversion @QPG on August 5th and flew to @MIA. This is the 11th delivery to Amazon this year and 5th to Atlas. LN 570. 1995-built. Originally built for Asiana. Most recently flew for LATAM Airlines Chile.
 
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N532LA (LATAM Cargo) was delivered to @BOG on August 17th. This frame was previously operated by FEDEX (N68077) on lease from LATAM. LN 806. 2000-build. Originally built for LAN Cargo.
 
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Sat Aug 26, 2017 2:46 am

VP-BRE (Royal Flight - Russia) was delivered on August 22nd and flew to @DME after refurbishment @ROW. LN 627. 1996-built. Originally built for China Yunnan Airlines. Most recently flew for MIAT Mongolian. One of very few RR powered 763s left in service!
 
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Tue Aug 29, 2017 2:11 am

N378AN (Cargo Aircraft Management) completed cargo conversion @ TLV on August 27th and flew to @CVG prior to painting. The frame will then become N395CM and be allocated to one of its subsidiaries (ABX/ATI/Other). LN 469. 1992-built. Originally built for American Airlines.
 
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Tue Aug 29, 2017 5:55 am

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N378AN (Cargo Aircraft Management) completed cargo conversion @ TLV on August 27th and flew to @CVG prior to painting. The frame will then become N395CM and be allocated to one of its subsidiaries (ABX/ATI/Other). LN 469. 1992-built. Originally built for American Airlines.


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Thu Aug 31, 2017 2:06 am

JA8578 (All Nippon Airlines) was retired and flown to the desert on August 29th @SBD. This is a domestic 763 (non-ER) frame. The retirement is a domino effect from a new 789 delivery end of July (JA893A) which resulted in a Regional configured 763ER being refitted to domestic configuration in August (JA614A) which then resulted in this retirement. LN 519. 1993 built. Originally delivered to ANA.
 
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Thu Sep 07, 2017 5:28 am

N380AN (American Airlines) was retired and flown to the desert on September 6th @ROW. LN 489. 1993 built. Originally delivered to American. 2 more AA retirements scheduled this month and 3 more next quarter. The fleet of AA 763s with old J product is now down to 5.
 
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Thu Sep 07, 2017 5:39 am

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N378AN (Cargo Aircraft Management) completed cargo conversion @ TLV on August 27th and flew to @CVG prior to painting.


Missed this when you first posted it, but that frame had over 95,000 hours (albeit "only" 15,000 cycles) when retired by AA. When the world 767 hours leader (in Delta's fleet) is around 122,000 hours and will soon retire, it's hard to believe there's a business case for the conversion. But evidently there is.
 
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Thu Sep 07, 2017 8:24 am

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N380AN (American Airlines) was retired and flown to the desert on September 6th @ROW. LN 489. 1993 built. Originally delivered to American. 2 more AA retirements scheduled this month and 3 more next quarter. The fleet of AA 763s with old J product is now down to 5.


Awesome job thanks.
Do we know if the next retirement will fly for another operator or they'll fly to desert?
 
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Thu Sep 07, 2017 8:53 am

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Do we know if the next retirement will fly for another operator or they'll fly to desert?

Ex-AA frames have either ended up in the desert or in the hands of CAM for cargo conversion. I believe they are too old and have too many hours/cycles to be of interest in the passenger secondary market.
 
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Fri Sep 08, 2017 12:45 pm

JA604J (Japan Airlines) looks to have been retired on August 30th and currently undergoing decommissioning @ HND. LN 905. 2003 built. Originally delivered to JAL. This looks to be the second airframe part of the JAL-UPS deal and to become N364UP upon delivery.
 
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Sun Sep 10, 2017 2:13 am

N377AN (American Airlines) was retired and flown to the desert on September 8th @ROW. LN 453. 1992 built. Originally delivered to American. This was the last AA 767 in the old livery. End of an era.

N36NE (Team 125 - New England Patriots) was delivered to@RFD on September 8th. This is the first of 2 763s purchased by the Patriots. LN 388. 1991 build, Originally delivered to American. Gorgeous paint job if anyone can link a picture.
 
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Sun Sep 10, 2017 6:06 am

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JA604J (Japan Airlines) looks to have been retired on August 30th and currently undergoing decommissioning @ HND. LN 905. 2003 built. Originally delivered to JAL. This looks to be the second airframe part of the JAL-UPS deal and to become N364UP upon delivery.


Wow, she was so young... :weeping:

I wonder why this never showed up on Skyliner? Also, is JAL planning on trashing the rest of their fleet in the next couple years? late bulid pax 757's and 767 from this period tend to be very undesirable it seems.
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Sun Sep 10, 2017 6:25 am

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Also, is JAL planning on trashing the rest of their fleet in the next couple years? late bulid pax 757's and 767 from this period tend to be very undesirable it seems.

Not at all. This was simply a financial transaction. JAL had a handful of young 763ERs in the old regional configuration. Rather than refurb the inside to match its other 763ERs, UPS came in with a sweet deal to buy 3 of those at a good price for cargo conversion. JAL simply to chose to extend the life of 3 of its older 763ERs that were going to be retired instead as those had little resale value in the secondary market due to high number of cycles. Good financial deal for JAL. JAL remains one of the largest operators of 763ERs. That isn't going to change anytime soon.
 
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Sun Sep 10, 2017 6:49 am

Thanks for the explanation hk. I wonder if 609J will be the next to be gutted by UPS.
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Re: 767 Fleet/Subfleet Activity (2017)

Sun Sep 10, 2017 7:59 am

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Thanks for the explanation hk. I wonder if 609J will be the next to be gutted by UPS.

Its going to be one of 609/610/611 as those are the 3 remaining ones in that configuration.
 
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Thu Sep 21, 2017 11:26 am

B-2500 (Shanghai Airlines) looks to have been retired on August 9th and stored @PVG. This would be the first of two frames to be retired this year (the remaining 4 to be retired next year). I believe China Eastern (parent co.) has an agreement to sell or lease these to Okay Airlines which will use them until they start receiving their 789s in a few years. LN 946. 2006 built. Originally delivered to Shanghai Airlines.

VQ-BUC (Azur Air) was retired on on September 10th and flown to @SAW. It is undergoing refurbishment ahead of being delivered to sister airline, Azur Air Germany. LN 591. 1995 built. Originally delivered to Lauda Air.

N150FE (Federal Express) was delivered factory fresh on September 15th and flown to @MEM. This is the 7th frame delivered to FEDEX this year. LN 1130. 2017 built.

N1327A (Amazon Prime Air - operated by Atlas) completed cargo conversion @TLV on September 19th and is flying back to the U.S.. This is the 12th delivery to Amazon this year and 6th to Atlas. LN 637. 1996-built. Originally built for Air Seychelles. Most recently flew for Nordwind.
 
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Thu Sep 21, 2017 12:46 pm

Anybody know of the status of N376AN? It flew to TUL two weeks ago and hasn't flown since. It is one of the 767s AA is scheduled to retire before the end of the year. Those aircraft usually fly to ROW or BFM for freighter conversion.
 
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Mon Sep 25, 2017 2:44 am

N68078 (Federal Express) was retired from service and stored @BFM on September 14th. This frame was leased from LATAM Cargo and is being returned from lease. LN 846. 2001 built. Originally built for LAN Cargo.
 
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Wed Sep 27, 2017 5:43 am

KMW Leasing has moved around a few of its frames:

N796JM (Dynamic Airways) was retired on August 31st and flown to @GSO for refurbishment/re-painting and was then delivered on September 24th to Latin American Wings @SCL. According to wikipedia, this is a temporary lease until LAW receives the 2x 763ERs it is in the process of purchasing (ex-Air New Zealand). LN 298. 1990-built. Originally delivered to British Airways.

N793JM (Dynamic Airways) was delivered to @JFK on July 23rd as an eventual replacement for N796JM after refurbishment in @GSO. LN 363. 1991 built. Originally delivered to British Airways. Most recently flew for Qantas.
 
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Re: 767 Fleet/Subfleet Activity (2017)

Mon Oct 02, 2017 4:15 pm

Hello! :D

Any news about S7 Airlines two 763? VQ-BBI and VP-BVH.
I believe these are scheduled for retirement this year. They will be "replaced" by A321 Neo jets.
Any dates for the retirement of these birds or, if possible, details about their fate?
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Mon Oct 02, 2017 8:28 pm

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Any news about S7 Airlines two 763? VQ-BBI and VP-BVH. I believe these are scheduled for retirement this year. They will be "replaced" by A321 Neo jets. Any dates for the retirement of these birds or, if possible, details about their fate?

I've heard nothing more than you provide. I haven't seen any pics of the first S7 A321s yet from Toulouse or Hamburg. I wouldn't be surprised if they have been pushed out to 2018 by the numerous NEO engine delivery delays. What remains to be seen is what happens to the S7 routes from Western/Central Russia into South-East Asia. Not sure the A321 has the legs for those.
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Fri Oct 06, 2017 3:21 pm

An American Airlines 767-300ER (N369AA) was retired on October 2nd and was flown into Tulsa.

The last performing flight of this aircraft was MIA-DFW on the same day it was retired.
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Fri Oct 06, 2017 3:32 pm

Following the retirement of N369AA, an American Airlines 767-300ER (N376AN) was flown from Tulsa to Roswell on October 3rd. Flightaware hasn't showed the last performing flight of this aircraft.

Surpisingly the American Airlines Fleet page on Wikipedia has actually been consistant on the retirements than Airfleets. Should be atleast 26 aircraft left in the fleet if I'm not mistaken.
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Sat Oct 07, 2017 5:54 am

American Airlines 767-300ER (N383AN) was retired on October 5th and flown to Roswell. The last performing flight for this aircraft was from MIA-DFW on October 3rd.
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Sun Oct 08, 2017 3:39 pm

What is the schedule for the retirement of DL's last three B763s (non-ERs)? N140LL, N1402A and N144DA are the ships. And are there any ERs due for retirement this winter?
 
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What is the schedule for the retirement of DL's last three B763s (non-ERs)? N140LL, N1402A and N144DA are the ships. And are there any ERs due for retirement this winter?

latest i've seen is the following:
N140LL - feb 2018
N1402A - feb 2018
N144DA - oct 2017
N1501P - nov 2017
N153DL - jan 2018
 
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Mon Oct 16, 2017 2:20 pm

N144DA is currently enroute from ATL>SBD for storage, I assume that as it's several years newer than both N140LL and N1402A, that it's probably due for some kind of MX check, and therefore not worth spending any more $$$ to keep it flying!

http://flightaware.com/live/flight/N144DA
 
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Mon Oct 16, 2017 4:07 pm

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Anybody know of the status of N376AN? It flew to TUL two weeks ago and hasn't flown since. It is one of the 767s AA is scheduled to retire before the end of the year. Those aircraft usually fly to ROW or BFM for freighter conversion.


FWIW, technically they go to either or both of these places before they go for conversion.

If retired AA aircraft go to BFM, they're usually getting a heavy-check before sale. Then they find their way to the new owner's facility and then to the conversion house. The two 767-300 conversion houses are Boeing (which uses SASCO at QPG to do 767-300 conversions, with a new overflow line at EAT at TPE) and IAI/Bedek (whose facility is at TLV, with a new overflow line at Mexicana MRO in MEX).

So, using N7375A as an example, it went from storage to BFM, where they worked on it for about 5 months. Then, it was delivered to ILN, the maintenance base for CAM (Cargo Aircraft Management). It stayed there about six days, then flew to TLV, where it has been since 9/7/17. If it follows the usual pattern, it should be finished with conversion in early March 2018. Then, it will fly back to the US. CAM usually has the aircraft return and clear customs at CVG, then it will go from there for paint. CAM usually uses Dean Baldwin Painting for paint, so it will typically be flown to one of Dean Baldwin's facilities (ROW, GYR or GUS) to be painted. (Recently, they appear to have used Premier at RME for one job, so that's a possibility as well.)

N374AA is at BFM and will probably follow N7375A's path soon.

ROW is a location that these aircraft are stored by AA while they are waiting to go through the process, and is also a place that they sometimes return to be painted, if they are being painted at Dean Baldwin.

AND...thanks for the info on the retiring AA aircraft. Although they could end up with any buyer, it seems like CAM has taken most of the recent ones, either directly or through Jetran.
 
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Sat Oct 21, 2017 11:00 pm

767-375 C-FCAB Ln 213 has been sent to MJZ for scrapping. Anyone have a tally on hours?
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Wed Oct 25, 2017 6:51 am

Better late than never... Update up to and including Q3-2017 activities:
+13 net additions to active global fleet
[34 frames taken out of service (8 permanently retired)]
[47 frames put into service (7 new builds, 18 cargo conversions, 2 recycled cargo jets & 20 recycled passenger jets)]

Q1- 2017 (Revised) Activity
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Q2-2017 (Revised) Activity
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Q3-2017 Activity
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Since the end of Q3, there has been a lot of activity as identified by others above and summarised here:
> N369AA & N383AN (American Airlines) were retired. 1 more AA retirement to go in Q4 (N373AA) which will mean the end of service for AA7s old cabin 763ERs.
> CN-ROW (Royal Air Maroc) was retired from passenger service and ferried to QPG for cargo conversion. Will remain with Royal Air Maroc post-conversion
> B-2566 (Shanghai Airlines) was the second of two 763s to be retired this year. It currently sits @PVG undergoing de-commissioing before flying to the desert
> N382AN (Cargo Aircraft Management) completed conversion @ TLV and flew to the US for painting. Should become N399CM post painting.
> N151FE (Fedex) was delivered from the factory to @ MEM. 8th frame delivered to Fedex this year.
> N1381A (Amazon Prime Air - Atlas) completed conversion @ QPG and was flown to the US for painting. 20th cargo conversion completed so far this year, a record.
> N144DA (Delta Air Lines) was retired and flown to @ SBD for storage. Final 2x 763s with DL will retire early into the New Year post Super Bowl.
> VP-BFI (VIM Airlines) was retired and returned to lessor (ILFC) @ HHN. Airline is defacto bankrupt. This was the second of two 763s operated by the airline.
> C-FCAB (Air Canada) was retired from service. Currently being de-commissioned @ YYZ. One more AC 763 to be retired before year-end.
 
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Thu Oct 26, 2017 4:05 pm

According to Skyliner, S7 Airlines B767-300ER VP-BVH was flown to TLV for freighter conversion.
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Fri Oct 27, 2017 1:37 am

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1 more AA retirement to go in Q4 (N373AA) which will mean the end of service for AA7s old cabin 763ERs.


While it's sad to see so many 763s being retired, I will (and I'm sure many others who fly AA) breathe a sigh of relief once N373AA is gone. That will mean we no longer have to worry about booking on an AA 763 and getting the old J cabin configuration.
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Fri Oct 27, 2017 5:54 am

Looking ahead towards 2019 when WS begins receiving their first Dreamliners I wonder if their 4 x B763’s be attractive frames for freighter conversions considering Cargo Management have quite a number of these ex QF frames already.
 
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Fri Oct 27, 2017 12:34 pm

Amazon Prime Air Boeing 767-300(ER) N1373A has completed cargo conversion and now on it's way to Shannon https://www.flightradar24.com/data/aircraft/n1373a
 
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Tue Oct 31, 2017 3:31 am

N373AA (American Airlines) was retired and stored @ROW on 10/30. This is the final retirement for AA this year and also the retirement of the final 763ER with the old J seats. LN 435. 1992-built. Originally delivered to AA.

Original plans showed 6x more 763ER retirements in 2018 for AA but recent rumours talk about a life extension program for the remaining fleet which would see it concentrated @PHL and @MIA bases.
 
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Tue Oct 31, 2017 3:38 am

Has N284DH operating for Kalitta been painted over as of yet? Recent-ish pics show it operating with the old blue TUI colors.
 
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Wed Nov 01, 2017 12:47 am

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N373AA (American Airlines) was retired and stored @ROW on 10/30. This is the final retirement for AA this year and also the retirement of the final 763ER with the old J seats. LN 435. 1992-built. Originally delivered to AA.

Original plans showed 6x more 763ER retirements in 2018 for AA but recent rumours talk about a life extension program for the remaining fleet which would see it concentrated @PHL and @MIA bases.


Great news on the retirement of N373AA. And even better to hear they may put off the remaining retirements.
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Thu Nov 02, 2017 1:56 am

HB-JJF (TUI Airlines Netherlands) has been retired and returned to lessor PrivatAir @ERF on October 31st. The aircraft is being prepared for further lease to Eurowings for the winter season. LN 652. 1997 build. Originally delivered to LAN.
 
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Thu Nov 02, 2017 2:48 am

hkcanadaexpat wrote:
audidudi wrote:
What is the schedule for the retirement of DL's last three B763s (non-ERs)? N140LL, N1402A and N144DA are the ships. And are there any ERs due for retirement this winter?

latest i've seen is the following:
N140LL - feb 2018
N1402A - feb 2018
N144DA - oct 2017
N1501P - nov 2017
N153DL - jan 2018


This is a more recent update:
N1501P is going this week
N153DL and N182DN retire this winter
N184DN retires 3Q 2018, likely right after summer schedule ends

N140LL and N1402A were granted a stay of execution and will retire 3Q 2018.
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Fri Nov 03, 2017 5:31 am

Skyliners saw the former N368AA, now N396CM, going to MIA from ILN the other day, and published that it was going to MIA "for StratAir ops". I didn't think this one was going to Northern Aviation.

My impression was that this aircraft, 396CM, was going to Amerijet, based on pretty-solid first-person info. Has anybody seen it painted? Any photos of it painted? That would certainly answer the question.

Meanwhile, the former N382AN, to be N399CM, is definitively one of the ones going to Northern, and my understanding is that it is dry-leased to Aloha. It will at first be flown by ATI for Aloha, then ultimately be flown by Aloha. It finished paint and is in ILN. Again, anyone got photos to confirm its destination?
 
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Sat Nov 04, 2017 2:49 pm

N376AN moved from ROW to ILN on Friday, 11/3. It was registered to CAM on Thursday, 11/2.

Looks like it had undergone a heavy check at BFM about 8 months ago before returning to service with AA through early September of this year.

I expect that it will be heading to TLV shortly for conversion.

I'm also keeping my eye on 377 and 374.
 
Allee
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Re: 767 Fleet/Subfleet Activity (2017)

Sat Nov 04, 2017 5:32 pm

f18raider wrote:
Has N284DH operating for Kalitta been painted over as of yet? Recent-ish pics show it operating with the old blue TUI colors.


N284DH is in full DHL colours. It wears the DHL Air style livery with larger titles and thicker stripes as opposed to the DHL livery on ABX/Atlas 767s.
 
Steelhead
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Re: 767 Fleet/Subfleet Activity (2017)

Sat Nov 04, 2017 7:46 pm

C-FCCJ - Boeing B-767-323ER/F/W - CargoJet Airways (leased from CAMI)
c/n 25.197 - built in 1992 for American Airlines as N370AA -
sold to Cargo Aircraft Management Inc. in 2016 - converted to freighter -
leased to CargoJet and delivered ILN - YHM 31.10.2017

https://www.flickr.com/photos/steelhead ... ateposted/
 
wjcandee
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Re: 767 Fleet/Subfleet Activity (2017)

Sat Nov 04, 2017 8:26 pm

Steelhead wrote:
C-FCCJ - Boeing B-767-323ER/F/W - CargoJet Airways (leased from CAMI)
c/n 25.197 - built in 1992 for American Airlines as N370AA -
sold to Cargo Aircraft Management Inc. in 2016 - converted to freighter -
leased to CargoJet and delivered ILN - YHM 31.10.2017

https://www.flickr.com/photos/steelhead ... ateposted/


Thank you for the photo; I have been looking for one of post-paint 370AA for what seems like months. You know, Premier in RME did the paint job on that, and I think it looks pretty-incredible.

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