Cargo Market To Drive Boeing 767's Long-Term Future

Boeing 767
Airlines have started to retire the Boeing 767 in greater numbers over the past few years.
Credit: JMC Group
A stalwart of the global commercial fleet since the early 1980s, the Boeing 767 aircraft entered its fifth decade last year in active service, albeit with its numbers further diminishing as airline operators look toward newer and more fuel-efficient aircraft. In North America, the region with easily...

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