Qantas said "goodbye" to the latest Boeing 767 in the fleet

(Video) Qantas said "goodbye" to the latest Boeing 767 in the fleet

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On 27 December 2014, Qantas also withdrew the last Boeing 767 aircraft from the fleet. The Australian airline has a 41 fleet of Boeing 767 aircraft. For 29 years, they carried 168 millions of passengers on 927 000 flights and traveled 1.8 billions of miles - the equivalent of 2438 round-trip trips to the Moon.

A widebody aircraft capable of carrying approximately 250 people, the Boeing 767 has been used in recent years on flights between Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane as well as to Perth.

The last flight of a Boeing 767 Qantas aircraft seen from the cockpit!

On December 27, the QF767 flight was the last operated by Qantas with Boeing 767 on the Melbourne - Sydney route. The aircraft took off at 17 in Melbourne, overtook the Sydney CBD (central business district) and landed at 18: 25.

Boeing 767 Qantas in 60 minutes!

(Photo: @auswide_aviation)

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