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TransBrasil 767s Still Stored At BSB?

Sat Apr 08, 2006 10:25 am


I came across below photo and to my surprise I saw there are two ex-TransBrasil 767-200s (?) still parked there in full colours. I wanted to know what the status is of these aircraft? Were they owned by TransBrasil? I constantly hear the 767 is hard to get these days and that the demand for these aircraft is very high. So why have these TransBrasil 767s not found a new owner? I know the demand for the 767 is particularly for the stretched -300 series but the 767-200 is also a nice aircraft to operate. Why didn't AV take over these aircraft, didn't they need them back then? AV would have been a nice candidate for these aircraft in my opinion but still they didn't take them. The 767-200 is also increasingly converted to fullfreighter and more cargo (express) airlines operate the 767-200 as a converted fullfreighter. Why didn't any cargo airline take-over these aircraft? Tampa, DHL and Airborne Express come to mind here. What's wrong with these ex-TransBrasil 767-200s that they haven't found a new owner yet after so long?

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RE: TransBrasil 767s Still Stored At BSB?

Sat Apr 08, 2006 5:11 pm

There are three former Transbrasil B767 stored at BSB:


I think, that the condition of this planes are not really good, so you need a lot of money to bring it back to service.

Quoting A388 (Thread starter):
I constantly hear the 767 is hard to get these days and that the demand for these aircraft is very high.

Thats right, but only for the B767-300. There about 40 B767-200 arround with no job, thats also the reason because some of this plans would be scrapped.
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RE: TransBrasil 767s Still Stored At BSB?

Sun Apr 09, 2006 12:28 am

I was in BSB the other day and had the chance of walking arround them and they are awfull and scarry...if any airline decids to buy them and put them to fly, I wouldn't be a pax on these.

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