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BA787
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767 Engines

Sun Aug 06, 2006 8:19 pm

Can anyone tell me which engines are used with these airlines (past and current) on the 767?

762:
American Airlines
Air NZ
Delta
El Al
Qantas
Thomsonfly

763:
American
Air New Zealand
Air Holland
Australian Airlines
Delta
Qantas
Royal Bruniel
Japan Airlines
LAN Chile
Thomsonfly
Arkefly

764:
Delta
Continental

Thanks guys Tom
 
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RE: 767 Engines

Sun Aug 06, 2006 8:25 pm

The only one I know is BA (who are not on your list, sorry  Sad) who use RB211 on their 763s.
 
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RE: 767 Engines

Sun Aug 06, 2006 8:33 pm

Most of them are P&W, I think - they are the most reliable anyways. It can get very complicated as there are different varients of the RB, GE and PW engines which offer higher thrust etc..

Hope this kind of helps!
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RE: 767 Engines

Sun Aug 06, 2006 8:43 pm

Quoting Bh4007 (Reply 2):
Most of them are P&W, I think - they are the most reliable anyways. It can get very complicated as there are different varients of the RB, GE and PW engines which offer higher thrust etc..

Can you tell me which ones you know for sure please?
 
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RE: 767 Engines

Sun Aug 06, 2006 9:13 pm

762:
American Airlines - GE
Air NZ - GE (Once leased PW)
Delta - PW/GE
El Al - PW
Qantas - PW
Thomsonfly - GE

763:
American - GE
Air New Zealand - GE
Air Holland - PW/GE
Australian Airlines - GE
Delta - GE
Qantas - GE/RR
Royal Bruniel - PW
Japan Airlines - GE
LAN Chile - GE/PW
Thomsonfly - GE
Arkefly - PW

764:
Delta - GE
Continental - GE

Rob!

[Edited 2006-08-06 14:19:52]
 
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RE: 767 Engines

Sun Aug 06, 2006 9:15 pm

American Airlines GE
Air NZ GE
Delta GE
El Al PW
Qantas PW
Thomsonfly GE/PW

763:
American GE
Air New Zealand GE
Air Holland PW
Australian Airlines GE
Delta GE/PW
Qantas GE/RR
Royal Brunei PW
Japan Airlines GE/PW
LAN Chile GE/PW
Thomsonfly GE/PW
Arkefly PW

764:
Delta GE
Continental GE
 
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RE: 767 Engines

Sun Aug 06, 2006 9:15 pm

Quoting B742 (Reply 4):

That is excellent, That really helps me, Welcome to my RU list
 
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RE: 767 Engines

Sun Aug 06, 2006 9:24 pm

Quoting BA787 (Reply 6):

That is excellent, That really helps me, Welcome to my RU list

Thanks  Smile

So why do you need the info?

Rob!  wave 
 
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RE: 767 Engines

Sun Aug 06, 2006 9:38 pm

Air Canada have PW for B767-200 and B767-300 plus GE for B767-300
 
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RE: 767 Engines

Sun Aug 06, 2006 9:46 pm

Hope I didn't mess any up....


Boeing 767-200

Quoting BA787 (Thread starter):
American Airlines

GE CF6-80A

Quoting BA787 (Thread starter):
Air NZ

No 762 info available.

Quoting BA787 (Thread starter):
Delta

GE CF6-80A2

Quoting BA787 (Thread starter):
El Al

P&W JT9D-7R4D and P&W JT9D-7R4E

Quoting BA787 (Thread starter):
Qantas

No 762 info available.

Quoting BA787 (Thread starter):
Thomsonfly

GE CF6-80A2 and GE CF6-80C2B4

Boeing 767-300

Quoting BA787 (Thread starter):
American

GE CF6-80C2B6

Quoting BA787 (Thread starter):
Air New Zealand

GE CF6-80C2B6 and GE CF6-80C2B6F

Quoting BA787 (Thread starter):
Air Holland

who?

Quoting BA787 (Thread starter):
Australian Airlines

GE CF6-80C2B6

Quoting BA787 (Thread starter):
Delta

GE CF680-C2B4, GE CF6-80C2B7F, GE CF6-80C2B6F, and P&W PW4060

Quoting BA787 (Thread starter):
Qantas

RR RB211-524H-36 and GE CF6-80C2B6

Quoting BA787 (Thread starter):
Royal Bruniel

GE CF6-80C2B6F, P&W PW4056, and P&W PW4060

Quoting BA787 (Thread starter):
Japan Airlines

GE CF6-80C2B4F and P&W JT9D-7R4D

Quoting BA787 (Thread starter):
LAN Chile

GE CF6-80C2B6F, GE CF6-80C2B7F, P&W PW4060, and P&W PW4062

Quoting BA787 (Thread starter):
Thomsonfly

GE CF6-80C2B7F

Quoting BA787 (Thread starter):
Arkefly

P&W PW4060

Boeing 767-400

Quoting BA787 (Thread starter):
Delta

GE CF6-80C2B8F

Quoting BA787 (Thread starter):
Continental

GE CF6-80C2B8F

[Edited 2006-08-06 14:49:50]
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RE: 767 Engines

Sun Aug 06, 2006 9:51 pm

Quoting BA787 (Reply 6):
That really helps me

May I ask why?

Just curious.
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RE: 767 Engines

Sun Aug 06, 2006 10:28 pm

Quoting Molykote (Reply 9):
Quoting BA787 (Thread starter):
El Al

P&W JT9D-7R4D and P&W JT9D-7R4E

Also PW 4000 on 2 B767
 
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RE: 767 Engines

Mon Aug 07, 2006 4:35 am

DL's original 763ERs are PW4060 powered; I believed UA's are PW4000s - not sure if they are -56s or 60s.
 
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RE: 767 Engines

Mon Aug 07, 2006 6:08 am

Try Boeing site for this kind of info
 
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RE: 767 Engines

Mon Aug 07, 2006 6:45 am

Air Holland has shut up shop a while now

panman
 
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RE: 767 Engines

Mon Aug 07, 2006 8:15 am

Anyone know why AA's 767's use GE engines while the 757 and 777 are RR?
 
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RE: 767 Engines

Mon Aug 07, 2006 8:38 am

UA has P&W 4060 and P&W 4052.

Delta

Non ER models
GE CF680A2 (200 & 300)
P&W4060 (300)

ER models
GE CF680C2B6F
P&W model 4060

EL AL
PW JT9D for early ER and non ER models and P&W 4060A (200) and P&W4060 (300).

Qantas
New delivered ones were GE and ex BA are RR.
The 200's had P&W.

Quoting BA787 (Thread starter):
Australian Airlines

GE

Quoting BA787 (Thread starter):
LAN Chile

Some P7W and some GE.

Hope this helps

Note AA chose GE b/c RR wasn't committed to the 200 program or they didn't have an engine in time for the 200. You'll find a rolls on a 300ER not a 200. I believe Qantas has some and BA. I remember a Chinese airline having a RR 300ER. I dont know who, but it might be Hanian airlines.

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RE: 767 Engines

Mon Aug 07, 2006 8:56 am

Get a copy of JP Fleets it lists every registration globally including engine type, mtow and who owns the acft.
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RE: 767 Engines

Mon Aug 07, 2006 9:35 am

Quoting AA777SJC (Reply 15):
Anyone know why AA's 767's use GE engines while the 757 and 777 are RR?

First point is that there is no GE option on the 757. Moreover, AA ordered their 767s several years before buying 757s. The big question here is their choice of RR on their 777s. My memory tells me that in those days GE were reluctant to invest money in bigger and better versions of the GE90 and AA were worried that they'd be unable to keep GE for future, heavier 777s. (Ironic, eh?) It may also simply have been that they preferred the Trent 800. Lots of other airlines did too.

Quoting MCOflyer (Reply 16):
Note AA chose GE b/c RR wasn't committed to the 200 program or they didn't have an engine in time for the 200.

I doubt if this is right. You imply that AA would have preferred RR on the 767 but RR were never a serious player in the 767 market.

Quoting MCOflyer (Reply 16):
You'll find a rolls on a 300ER not a 200. I believe Qantas has some and BA. I remember a Chinese airline having a RR 300ER. I dont know who, but it might be Hanian airlines.

Only two airlines ordered 767-300ERs with RR. BA and Yunnan Airlines. (As I recall, Yunnan took their 767s with RR to avoid paying cancellation charges on RR 757s they'd dropped.) Yunnan have now been absorbed into China Eastern (who still fly the three 767s) and BA have leased a handful of RR 767s to Qantas. That is all there has ever been in terms of RR 767s.

Quoting BillReid (Reply 17):
Get a copy of JP Fleets it lists every registration globally including engine type, mtow and who owns the acft.

Yes - an essential and very reliable handbook!

Quoting Bh4007 (Reply 2):
Most of them are P&W, I think - they are the most reliable anyways.

In fact, GE has outsold PW by 2 to 1 on the whole 767 programme. I may be out by one or two but I think GE are on 627 (65%), PW on 311 (32%) and RR on 31 (3%).
 
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RE: 767 Engines

Mon Aug 07, 2006 9:35 am

Quoting MCOflyer (Reply 16):
I believe Qantas has some and BA.

The ones QF has are leased from BA (they are -336ERs). QF uses the CF6-80 on their -338ERs and have a different door configuration (that with the two overwing exits to be precise).
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