Ethiopian Airlines (ET) has placed an order with Aviation Partners Boeing (APB) for blended winglets for its Boeing 767-300ERs—a fleet it has already begun to retire. The order includes three firm and seven options. Installation will take place at the ET Addis Ababa maintenance facility and begin with three aircraft in February. ET CEO Tewolde Gebremariam told ATW in December he expected the 767 fleet retirement to be completed in 2013 (ATW Daily News, Dec. 14, ...

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