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Dynamic Airways Boeing 767-200 N251MY catches on fire while taxiing out for takeoff at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport

Dynamic International Airways (Greensboro) issued this statement concerning a fire on Boeing 767-269 ER N251MY (msn 23280) (below) operating flight 2D 405 from Fort Lauderdale/Hollywood to Caracas, Venezuela:

 

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Today, October 29, 2015, while taxiing for an on time departure from Fort Lauderdale to Caracas, Dynamic International Airways crew became aware of an engine problem. The crew followed the emergency procedures, shut down the engine and evacuated the aircraft in order to assure safety to all on board.

The Company is conducting initial investigation and will issue further information once available. Safety of our passengers and crew members is the first priority of Dynamic International Airways. Dynamic International Airways is currently arranging accommodation and transportation for all passengers impacted by today’s flight disruption. Airline expects to continue operation as per the schedule starting tomorrow October 30, 2015. Dynamic International Airways would like to thank its passengers for their patience and support while our teams conduct their duties.

Sincerely,

Dynamic International Airways

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Transaero Airlines ends all operations, Aeroflot to carry Transaero passengers until December 15

Aeroflot Russian Airlines (Moscow) has announced Transaero Airlines (Moscow) ended all operations last night at midnight (October 25) after losing its AOC effective today. Aeroflot will continue to fly passengers with Transaero tickets until December 15. According to Aeroflot; “Of the 1.93 million Transaero tickets sold for flights before December 15, 2015, 1.83 million passengers — or 94.8% of the total — have already been flown under Aeroflot’s operational management.”

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Transaero Airlines commenced operations on November 5, 1991.

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Copyright Photo: Ton Jochems/AirlinersGallery.com. Boeing 767-36N ER EI-RUV (msn 30111) arrives at Antalya in the past.

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WestJet’s first Boeing 767-300 ER enters revenue service

WestJet (Calgary), as previously reported, yesterday (October 22) placed its first Boeing 767-300 ER into revenue service between Toronto (Pearson) and Calgary. The company issued this statement:

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WestJet’s first Boeing 767-300 extended-range aircraft performed its inaugural flight on October 22, departing Toronto Pearson International Airport at 9 a.m. EDT. Operating as WestJet flight 655, the aircraft arrived at Calgary International Airport.

Featuring a new teal and blue maple leaf-themed logo, which will eventually appear on all WestJet aircraft, the airline’s 767-300s seat 262 guests and have a range of approximately 11 hours. The aircraft will include a Plus cabin with 24 premium seats in a two-by-two configuration, hot meals and all other amenities associated with Plus. The main cabin has 238 seats, with two seats on either side of the aircraft and three in the middle. By next spring all four 767s will be equipped with WestJet Connect, the airline’s new inflight entertainment and wireless connectivity system.

Beginning May 2016, WestJet will begin serving London (Gatwick) on a nonstop basis from six Canadian cities including Vancouver, Edmonton, Calgary, Winnipeg, Toronto and St. John’s. With the exception of service from St. John’s, all London flights will operate on WestJet’s fleet of 767-300 extended-range aircraft.

Top Copyright Photo: TMK Photography/AirlinersGallery.com. Ex-QANTAS Airways Boeing 767-338 ER C-FOGJ (msn 25274) taxies to runway on the first revenue flight at Toronto (Pearson). Note the new Maple Leaf logo.

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American Airlines to drop the seasonal Miami – Frankfurt route

American Airlines (Dallas/Fort Worth) will not restore the seasonal Miami – Frankfurt route next summer according to Airline Route. The carrier had planned to operate a Boeing 767-300 ER on the route daily between May 12, 2016 and September 1, 2016.

Copyright Photo: Rob Finlayson/AirlinersGallery.com. Boeing 767-323 ER N369AA (msn 25196) lands at Miami International Airport (MIA).

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United to add summer seasonal fights from Newark and Washington Dulles to three international destinations

United Airlines (Chicago) is adding daily trans-Atlantic summer-season service next year between:

Newark and Athens, Greece, from May 25 through October 5, 2016
Washington/Dulles and Barcelona, Spain, from May 25 through September 6, 2016
Washington/Dulles and Lisbon, Portugal, May 25 through September 6, 2016

All services are subject to government approval.

Newark to Athens

United’s daily nonstop service between Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR) and Athens (ATH) will operate using Boeing 767-300 aircraft.

Flight times will be 9 hours 50 minutes eastbound and 11 hours westbound.

Washington/Dulles to Barcelona

The nonstop flights between Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD) and Barcelona (BCN) will operate daily with Boeing 767-400 aircraft (above).

Flight times for the Barcelona service will be 8 hours 10 minutes eastbound and 9 hours 15 minutes westbound.

United has served Spain for more than 20 years, and this new service complements the airline’s existing year-round flights to both Barcelona and Madrid from Newark.

Washington/Dulles to Lisbon

The airline will use Boeing 757-200 aircraft for flights between Washington/Dulles and Lisbon (LIS).

Flight times will be 7 hours 25 minutes eastbound and 8 hours 20 minutes westbound.

These flights are in addition to United’s existing year-round service to Lisbon from Newark. In 2016, United will mark 19 years of Lisbon service.

 

United and United Express offer nearly 500 daily departures from the New York/Newark area to more than 150 destinations – the most in North America, the most across the Atlantic, the most across the Pacific and the most to and from Latin America.

 

United, together with United Express, operates nearly 225 flights daily from its Washington/Dulles hub to destinations throughout the United States and to Europe, Asia, Canada, Latin America and the Caribbean.

Copyright Photo: SPA/AirlinersGallery.com. Boeing 767-424 ER N59053 (msn 29448) departs from London (Heathrow).

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Caribbean Airlines to end London Gatwick service on January 10, 2016

Caribbean Airlines (Port of Spain) will operate the last Boeing 767-300 revenue flight on the London (Gatwick) – Port of Spain route on January 10, 2016 per Airline Route. The airline is getting out of the long-haul business.

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The company will also retire its two Boeing 767-300 ERs when the route is ended.

Copyright Photo: SPA/AirlinersGallery.com. Boeing 767-316 ER 9Y-LGW (msn 26327) departs from London (Gatwick).

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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.

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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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