Boeing 767

By Kurt Hofmann
Icelandair returned to profitability in 2023, increased flight schedules for the summer 2024 season by 11% and plans to invest in slots at major airports.
Airlines & Lessors

By Sean Broderick
Boeing’s newest 737-7 exemption request faces opposition from inside and outside the FAA.
Safety, Ops & Regulation

By Chris Sloan
Air Canada, like its native home, is transitioning.
Airlines & Lessors

By Steve Trimble
The request for information (RFI) was published on Sept. 15 by the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Guy Norris, Jens Flottau, Helen Massy-Beresford, Sean Broderick
With the launch of the Airbus A350F and Boeing 777-8F, the next widebody battleground is looming—the medium freighter market and 767-300F replacement.
Manufacturing & Supply Chain

By Guy Norris
Folding wingtips will finally enter commercial service in 2025 with the long-anticipated debut of the 777-9.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By David Casey
Delta Air Lines’ planned Minneapolis-Dublin service will see the carrier go head-to-head with Aer Lingus.
Airports & Networks

By David Casey
U.S. carrier Delta Air Lines’ new route from New York John F Kennedy to London Gatwick Airport is set to be suspended for the winter 2023-24 season.
Airports & Networks

By Steve Trimble
A decision will be announced by the U.S. Air Force on Aug. 16 that could decide the future shape of the strategic mobility fleet.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Sean Broderick
Boeing’s July deliveries kept the company generally on track to hit full-year targets for its two biggest programs.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Brian Everstine
The U.S. Air Force expects to resume accepting deliveries of KC-46s next month.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Aaron Karp
Delta Air Lines and LATAM Airlines Group's three new joint venture (JV) routes follow on from the U.S. Transportation Department's approval of the JV last year.
Airports & Networks

By Chen Chuanren
The U.S. has delivered the first Boeing E-767 AWACS aircraft with an enhanced mission-computing upgrade to the Japan Air Self Defense Force.
Sensors & Electronic Warfare

By Adrian Schofield
Japan Airlines (JAL) is studying its options for the eventual replacement of its Boeing 767 fleet and the remainder of its 737s.
On Location

By Adrian Schofield
Japan Airlines aims to convert three of its Boeing 767-300ERs to freighters and begin operations within 12 months.
Airlines & Lessors

By Kurt Hofmann
Icelandair will operate its largest-ever flight schedule from its Keflavik hub while LCC Play will focus on point-to-point services.
Airlines & Lessors

By William Garvey
First Boeing to sprout now-ubiquitous blended winglets
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Guy Norris
Flatter cargo forecasts, rising costs and more efficient twinjet replacements push FedEx and UPS MD-11s toward retirement.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Michael Bruno
Boeing will record another charge on its star-crossed KC-46A tanker program for the U.S. Air Force.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Alan Dron
Helping to drive the e-commerce boom is the fact that in certain regions of the world, the phenomenon has hardly scratched the surface.
Airlines & Lessors

By Molly McMillin
Spirit AeroSystems celebrated the rollout of the 100th forward fuselage for the KC-46 aerial refueling tanker, the military version of the Boeing 767.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Alan Dron
Avia Prime Group has begun work on the first Boeing 767-300 freighter conversion to be undertaken in Europe.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Kurt Hofmann
Icelandair’s aim is to develop Keflavík as a cargo hub similar to its passenger operation, with the aim of increasing the share of transit freight.
Airlines & Lessors

By David Casey
The airline hopes to begin New York-Buenos Aires flights before the end of the year.
Airports & Networks

By Guy Norris
The initial aerodynamic drag reduction system (ADRS-1) kit is due to enter revenue service in February on a 737-700 operated by launch customer WestJet.
Airlines & Lessors