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  • Sainul abid
    Rank 3 Registered User
    • Mar 2014
    • 57

    Qantas retires last Boeing 767 airliner

    Qantas today retired its last Boeing 767 widebody jetliner, almost 30 years after the type entered its fleet.
    http://www.aviationanalysis.net/2014...-airliner.html
  • J Boyle
    With malice towards none
    • Oct 2004
    • 9811

    #2
    Now that's enough to make you feel old.
    I've always thought of the 767 as a "new-ish" type.
    Heck, some of my books mention it as a future aircraft.
    There are two sides to every story. The truth is usually somewhere between the two.

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    • mrtotty
      Rank 5 Registered User
      • Mar 2008
      • 1062

      #3
      I've done a few miles in the B767 - always a sturdy, comfortable aircraft and very pleasant to fly in.

      I had no idea the type had been in production for thirty years, though. It seems much younger.

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