Qantas enters final stage of 767 phase-out

Credit: Rob Finlayson
Qantas is approaching the final stage of the phase-out of its long-serving Boeing 767 fleet, which is a major plank of its broader plan to increase fleet efficiency and reduce operating costs. The carrier is now down to eight 767-300ERs in its passenger fleet after one was retired from service this...

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