Just for clarification, we currently operate 16 767-424/ER models, in addition to 10 767-224/ER aircraft, with 4 remaining orders to be delivered from 2003 onwards. Once all of the initial order are taken up, we will likely order either the 767-300 (again) or a similar number of more 764's. So the aircraft does have outstanding orders, just not that many to speak of
Sorry, I hate to nitpick, but I think she is such a great aircraft to fly, and has shown tremendous reliability, versatility, and performs as-advertised. For medium capacity routes from the East Coast to Europe, I don't think Boeing, or any other manufacturer, offers a better solution than this product. Plus, the seat-mile costs are quite low, making it ideal for low-yield, high-capacity routes within short range, i.e. Delta's ATL-Florida routes. If the aircraft's sales grow to include more than the two existing customers (of which I am almost sure, believe it or not COPA has been mentioned as of late), I think it will be a testament to the flexibility and quality of the Boeing product line.