F4N, I actually forgot many potential future B764 customers in my list, that's why I decided to look at all non-US-airlines which could be interested in this bird and try to guess how likely an order from them would be.
Let's have a look at all cities Boeing visited during the B767-400ER-world-tour and to which airlines they pitched the bird.
Vienna: AUA, Lauda Air (both very unlikely to order)
Hannover: Hapag-Lloyd (somewhat likely after A335 delay)
Frankfurt: Lufthansa, Condor (rather unlikely, maybe Condor)
Gatwick: BA, Air 2000, Virgin (slight chnace at BA only)
Luton: easyJet, Britannia (maybe Britannia)
Warsaw: LOT (pretty likely in the future)
Prague: CSA (pretty likely in the future)
Larnaca: Cyprus Airlines (40:60 chance against A332)
Nairobi: Keya Airways (has already sogned MoU for longer-range B764ER, deal may be cancelled if Airbus gives them the A332 "for free")
Beijing: Air China, China Northern (maybe Air China)
Shanghai: Shanghai, China Eastern (both unlikely)
Hainan: Hainan (only has B737 to date, maybe for future growth, B767-300 more likely however)
Urumqi: Xiajing Airlines, China Southern (unlikely)
Taipei: EVA, China Airlines (EVA went A332, China A. unlikely)
Seoul: Asiana, Korean, FAT, Transasia, Mandarin (all unlikely, maybe Asiana)
Singapore: Singapore Airlines (chance because of A335 delay, A332 more likely IMHO)
Bangkok: Thai, Bangkok Airways (both very unlikely)
Tokyo: ANA, JAL, JAS (ANA + JAL likely in the future)
Sydney: Qantas (QF already ordered A332/333)
Well, based on the list, these are the airlines that could (in my opinion)buy the B764 in the near future:
LOT (around 6), CSA (around 4), Britannia (around 4-8), Cyprus (2-4), Singapore Airlines (around 10-20), ANA (10+), JAL (10+)
It is very in teresting to note that the B764 did not visit South America and not KLM, Alitalia, Air New Zealand and Ansett either. I think some South American carriers and the ones I mentioned above could well order the B764 this year.
BTW F4N, I agree that UA may choose the B764 as well if they have specific routes that would require the capacity and not a B767-300ER or B777-200.
OK, any thoughts?