Qantas ‘Confident’ Of Selling Remaining 767 Fleet

Credit: Guy Norris/AW&ST
While Qantas’s long-term international fleet replacement plan slowly crystallizes with the prospect of the carrier’s continuing return to profitability, the more immediate concerns are focused on disposal of the retiring long-haul and trunk-route aircraft. The airline’s long-serving Boeing 767-300...

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