Qantas is approaching the final stage of the phase-out of its long-serving Boeing 767 fleet, which is a major plank of its broader plan to increase fleet efficiency and reduce operating costs. The carrier is now down to eight 767-300ERs in its passenger fleet after one was retired from service this week. The last international 767 flight occurred Sept. 13, and the final domestic flight is scheduled for Dec. 27. This aligns with the carrier’s aim of retiring all of the 767s by ...

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