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AeroMexico operates its last Boeing 767 revenue flight

AeroMexico (Mexico City) has retired its last Boeing 767. The carrier operated its last revenue flight with Boeing 767-3Y0 ER XA-MAT (msn 24947) as flight AM 29 on September 26, from Buenos Aires to Mexico City. Flight AM 29 arrived at 0720 (7:20 am) at MEX on the morning of September 27.

AeroMexico (2006) logo

The last 767 was replaced by a newer Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner.

AM first added the Boeing 767 in 1991.

Below Copyright Photo: Roy Lock/AirlinersGallery.com. Boeing 767-3Q8 ER XA-APB (msn 27618) painted in the original 1988 livery is seen at New York (JFK).

Top Copyright Photo: Ken Petersen/AirlinersGallery.com. Sister ship Boeing 767-352 ER XA-UTC (msn 26261) in the 2006 livery arrives in New York (JFK).

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Air Canada to transfer more winter routes to rouge

Air Canada (Montreal) is planning to transfer additional routes to its leisure subsidiary Air Canada rouge (Toronto-Pearson) (YYZ) for the upcoming winter season. According to Airline Route, the carrier will transfer or start the following routes:

Toronto – Sarasota/Bradenton (A319) (October 24)

Toronto – Fort Lauderdale/Hollywood (A319 and 767-300) (October 25)

Toronto – Panama City (767-300) (October 25)

Montreal – Fort Lauderdale/Hollywood (A319 and 767-300) (December 16)

Vancouver – Kona, Hawaii (767-300) (December 19)

Montreal – Tampa (A319) (January 15, 2016)

Montreal – West Palm Beach (A319) (January 15)

Montreal – Nassau (A319) (January 17)

Toronto – Barbados (767-300) (January 7)

Copyright Photo: TMK Photography/AirlinersGallery.com. Not operating under the rouge brand, Air Canada’s Boeing 767-3Q8 ER C-FJZK (msn 29386) waits for the next assignment at the YYZ base.

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El Al to start nonstop Boston flights on June 28

El Al Israel Airlines (Tel Aviv) will introduce nonstop Tel Aviv – Boston service on June 28. The route will be operated three days a week with Boeing 767-300 ER aircraft.

Copyright Photo: Paul Denton/AirlinersGallery.com. Boeing 767-3Q8 ER 4X-EAK (msn 27600) departs from Geneva.

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Ethiopian Airlines to add Madrid on September 2

Ethiopian Airlines (Addis Ababa) will add Madrid to its route map on September 2 via Rome. The route extension will be flown with Boeing 767-300 ER aircraft.

Copyright Photo: Paul Denton/AirlinersGallery.com. Boeing 767-3Q8 ER ET-ANU (msn 27993) prepares at land in Dubai.

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Transaero to start scheduled Moscow-Taipei service on July 2

Transaero Airlines (Moscow) will start scheduled nonstop flights between Moscow and Taipei on July 2, 2014.

The UN 505/506 weekly flight will be operated from Vnukovo International Airport, Moscow, onboard Boeing 767-300 aircraft according to the following schedule (all times local):

Departure from Moscow depart on Wednesdays at 15.00, arrival in Taipei is at 06.50 the next day. Departure from Taipei depart on Thursdays at 09.40, arrival in Moscow is at 17.30.

Transaero Airlines flew its maiden charter flight from Moscow to Taipei in 2002.

Transaero is the only carrier to fly nonstop flights on the Moscow-Taipei route.

Transaero Airlines launched its flights in 1991. Transaero is the Russia’s second largest carrier. In 2013 the airline carried 12.5 million passengers. It ranks among the top 30 airlines in the world in terms of passenger turnover.

Currently, Transaero operates the fleet of 99 aircraft including 20 Boeing 747, 14 Boeing 777, 16 Boeing 767, 44 Boeing 737, three Тu-214, two Тu-204-100С. The airline is the largest operator of widebody aircraft fleet in Russia, the CIS and Eastern Europe. Transaero is the launch customer in Russia of the most modern aircraft such as Аirbus А380, Boeing 747-8I and Аirbus А320 neo.

The network of the airline includes more than 200 routes in Russia, Europe, Asia, Americas and Africa.

Copyright Photo: Richard Vandervord/AirlinersGallery.com. A dramatic takeoff view of Transaero’s Boeing 767-3Q8 ER EI-DBF (msn 24745) at Phuket, Thailand.

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Aeroflot Group to take control of Rossiya Airlines on March 30

Aeroflot Group (Aeroflot Russian Airlines) (Moscow) will assume full commercial control of Rossiya Airlines (St. Petersburg) on March 30, 2014. According to the group, this step “continues the process of the successful integration of the subsidiaries that Aeroflot acquired from State Corporation Rostec in 2011.”

From March 30, 2014 all flights operated by Rossiya Airlines will be designated by Aeroflot’s IATA code (SU), and the code of Rossiya Airlines (FV) will cease to be used.

The assumption of commercial control marks a key step toward the full integration of Rossiya into Aeroflot Group, and is expected to generate additional revenues through the sale of flights operated by Aeroflot subsidiaries through the Group’s more than 200 interline e-ticket agreements, further strengthening Aeroflot’s financial position.

Rossiya was established in 1992 and was previously owned by the Russian government as a state airline. It is unclear at this time if Rossiya will remain a separate airline under the Aeroflot Group or it will be integrated at some point into Aeroflot Russian Airlines.

Copyright Photo: Ton Jochems/AirlinersGallery.com. Rossiya’s Boeing 767-3Q8 EI-DZH (msn 29390) arrives at the popular resort of Antalya, Turkey.

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Belair Airlines to retire its Boeing 767-300 in January

Belair Airlines (airberlin.com) (Zurich) is planning to return its Boeing 767-3Q8 ER HB-ISE (msn 27600) to the lessor in January when the lease expires. No long-range replacement has been announced.

Copyright Photo: Paul Denton.

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