US Airways operates its last Boeing 767 revenue flight

US Airways (Phoenix) as planned, operated its last Boeing 767-200 revenue flight and retired the type yesterday joining partner American Airlines (Dallas/Fort Worth) in retiring the aging type.

American previously retired their 767-200s on May 7, 2014 between Los Angeles and New York (JFK). American’s Boeing 767-223 ER N319AA (msn 22320) operated flight AA 30 from Los Angeles to New York (JFK) departing LAX on the evening of May 7 and arriving at JFK during the early morning of May 8. American introduced the 767-200 in November 1982.

US Airways yesterday (February 12) operated its last passenger flight for the Boeing 767.

Assistant Editor Jay Selman was on the historic flight and has published his special report on the last trip.

Read the full report: CLICK HERE

Piedmont Airlines (1st) took delivery of the first 767-200 ER, specifically 767-201 ER N603P (msn 23897), named “The Pride of Piedmont”, on May 21, 1987. The type entered service on June 15, 1987 on the Charlotte – London (Gatwick) route. The type migrated to USAir (later US Airways) with the merger.

Copyright Photo: Bruce Drum/AirlinersGallery.com. Boeing 767-2B7 ER N252AU (msn 24765) is pictured at Charlotte Douglas International Airport (CLT) and operated the last revenue flights.

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