Dutch Caribbean Airlines (DCA) is currently in negotiations to dry lease a Boeing 767-300ER instead of wet leasing. After recording a NAF 10 million Antillian Guilders (6 million euro) profit on the Amsterdam to Curacao route, the airline decided to operate its own crew on a leased Boeing 767-300ER. DCA currently wet leases one Boeing 767-300ER from Sobelair with the option to lease a second aircraft at peak seasons. Whether DCA will dry lease a Boeing 767-300ER from Sobelair is not clear yet. Plans are for DCA to operate its first Boeing 767-300ER in may 2003 wearing the airline's full livery.
I can't wait to see their first Boeing 767-300ER in full DCA-colours as I like their livery with the large Curacao titles on the fuselage and the red tail and www.flydca.net titles on the aircraft's engines.