Air New Zealand to retire the 767 by March

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Copyright: Darren Koch

Air New Zealand has planned to retire its two remaining 767-300ERs (ZK-NCG and ZK-NCI) from the fleet by March this year. According to ch-aviation, the two aircraft are on average twenty-three years old. Currently the aircraft are used on flights between Auckland and Melbourne, Rarotonga and Sydney.

Of the grand total of 5 767-300ERs the airline has operated at its peak, two of its earlier retired 767-300ER jets have entered service at Icelandair, while the remaining jet is stored in Alice Springs.

 

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