Airworthiness authorities will sign off on final software changes late this week allowing operators to begin flying Aviation Partners Boeing (APB) blended winglets in commercial service on the Boeing 767-300ER. American Airlines is expected to be the first carrier to put the retrofitted 767 into revenue service in early March, followed shortly by LAN of Chile and Delta Air Lines. Other 767 operators either starting or planning installation include Austrian, Privat Air, Condor, ...

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