Tag: Boeing 767

Boeing Considers Launching Re-Engined 767-XF

Reading Time: < 1 minute Multiple reports reveal that Boeing is considering the possibility of launching a re-engined Boeing 767 cargo aircraft called the 767-XF. The passenger model of this type is also a matter of study. According to FlightGlobal, the main Boeing’s focus is on the opportunity of developing enhanced aircraft to serve air freight market. The new plane […]

Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 767 Engine Fails and Catches Fire

Reading Time: < 1 minute Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 767-300 was in the initial climb out of Blaise Diagne International Airport in Dakar when it suffered right hand engine failure.  The aircraft was en route to Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, via Bamako, Mali, and carried 90 people on board. Consequently, the engine caught fire and forced the crew to stop the climb […]

Azur Air Boeing 767: Gear Fire on Landing Prompts Evacuation

Reading Time: < 1 minute An Azur Air Boeing 767-300, performing flight from Nha Trang (Vietnam) to Barnaul (Russia) with 331 passengers and 10 crew, experiences fire of the right hand main gear. The aircraft had touched down on Barnaul’s runway 24 and went around at 21:01L (14:01Z), positioned for another approach and again landed on Barnaul’s runway 24 about […]

Air Canada Rouge Boeing 767 Rejects Take-off

Reading Time: < 1 minute An Air Canada Rouge Boeing 767-300, registration C-GSCA performing flight RV-1901 from Athens (Greece) to Toronto,ON (Canada) with 189 passengers and 9 crew, was accelerating for take-off from Athens’ runway 21L when upon selection of initial thrust the crew noticed a slight yaw. When the engines accelerated to take-off thrust a rumbling noise could be […]

Atlas Air Crash: Reason in Loss of Control?

Reading Time: 2 minutes An Atlas Air Boeing 767-300 freighter on behalf of Amazon Prime, with 3 crew, was on approach to Houston in contact with Houston Approach, routine communication, when radio and radar contact with the aircraft was lost. The aircraft was found having impacted the waters of Trinity Bay about 1.5nm northwest of Anahuac’s Bayside Community Hospital. […]

#AVGEEK | British Airways Waves Farewell to Iconic Boeing 767

Reading Time: < 1 minute After nearly 30 years of service, British Airways has retired the last of its Boeing 767 aircraft. On Sunday, 25 November, 2018, the iconic airline’s plane performed the last commercial flight from Larnaca in Cyprus to Heathrow. It is estimated that particularly this aircraft has carried around 4 million customers across nearly 23,000 flights. The […]

Boeing Opens First European Manufacturing Site

Reading Time: < 1 minute Boeing has opened its first component factory in Europe, at Sheffield in the U.K. The premises will be used for the manufacture of actuation system components for the Boeing 737 and 767 jets from raw materials sourced in the U.K. Parts by the thousand will be produced each month, then shipped to Boeing’s Portland, Oregon […]

United Boeing 767 Engine Shuts Down in Flight

Reading Time: < 1 minute A United Boeing 767-300 was climbing through FL135 when the crew stopped the climb due to the failure of the right hand engine (PW4052). The crew shut the engine down and returned to Munich for a safe landing on runway 26R about 22 minutes after departure. A passengers reported the engine went “boom”, another passenger […]

Pilot Incapacitated During the Condor Boeing 767 Fligth Over Atlantic

Reading Time: < 1 minute A Condor Boeing 767-300 was enroute over the Atlantic Ocean when one of the flight crew members became incapacitated. The third flight crew member took over, the crew declared Mayday and diverted to St. John’s. Due to the weather conditions at St. John’s the crew subsequently decided to divert to Halifax, Canada where the aircraft […]

AeroUnion Boeing 767 Engine Catches Fire in Los Angeles

Reading Time: < 1 minute AeroUnion Boeing 767-200 freighter, performing freight flight from Los Angeles to Guadalajara with 2 crew, was in the initial climb out of Los Angeles when a crew about to taxi into position called out “engine on fire”. Tower immediately followed advising AeroUnion of smoke coming from their right hand engine (CF6). The crew advised they […]