List of Boeing 767 operators

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The following is a list of past and current commercial operators of the Boeing 767, and any of its variants.

Current airline operators[edit]

There were 742 Boeing 767 aircraft in service as of July 2016, comprising 76 767-200s, 629 767-300s and 37 767-400s,[1] as listed by variant in the following table.

Airline 767-200 767-200ER 767-200ERSF 767-200SF 767-300 767-300ER 767-300F 767-400ER Total
21 Air 2 2
ABX Air 16 9 25
Aer Lingus 1 1
Aeronexus 1 1
AeroUnion 2 2
Air Algérie 3 3
Air Astana 3 3
Air Canada 15 15
Air Canada Rouge 17 17
Air Do 2 2 4
Air Japan 8 4 12
Air New Zealand 4 4
Air Niugini 2 2
Air Zimbabwe 2 2
All Nippon Airways 12 25 37
Amazon.com 7 7
American Airlines 40 40
Amerijet International 4 2 6
Asia Atlantic Airlines 2 2
Asiana Airlines 7 1 8
ASL Airlines Belgium 1 1
Atlas Air 5 4 4 13
Austrian Airlines 6 6
Azerbaijan Airlines 2 2
Blue Panorama Airlines 3 3
Boliviana de Aviación 3 3
British Airways 10 10
Camair-Co 1 1
Cargojet 1 3 5 9
Condor Flugdienst 16 16
DHL Air UK 4 4
Eritrean Airlines 1 1
EuroAtlantic Airways 6 1 7
Interair 1 1
Delta Air Lines 12 58 21 91
DHL International Aviation ME 2 2
Dynamic Airways 1 1 2 4
El Al 7 7
ECAir 1 1
Ethiopian Airlines 7 7
Express Freighters Australia 1 1
FedEx Express 35 35
Fly Jamaica Airways 1 1
Hainan Airlines 3 3
Hawaiian Airlines 1 7 8
Icelandair 2 2
Iraqi Airways 2 2
Japan Airlines 8 32 40
Jetairfly 1 1
Jordan Aviation 2 2
Kam Air 1 1
Katekavia 5 5
LATAM Airlines Argentina 3 3
LATAM Airlines Brazil 14 14
LATAM Airlines Chile 17 17
LATAM Airlines Colombia 3 3
LATAM Cargo 1 1
LATAM Cargo Chile 2 2
LATAM Cargo Colombia 1 1
Med-View Airline 1 1
Mega Maldives 4 4
Meridiana 1 3 4
MIAT Mongolian Airlines 3 3
NEOS 3 3
Nordwind Airlines 1 1
Omni Air International 2 6 8
Orient Thai Airlines 5 1 6
Pegas Fly 5 5
Polar Air Cargo 4 4
Privilege Style 1 1
Raya Airways 1 1
Royal Air Maroc 4 4
Royal Flight 2 2
S7 Airlines 2 2
Safi Airways 1 1
SBA Airlines 2 2
SF Airlines 2 2
Shanghai Airlines 4 2 6
Star Air 5 6 11
Sunday Airlines 1 1
TAM Cargo 3 3
Thomas Cook Airlines 3 3
Thomson Airways 3 3
Titan Airways 1 1
TUI Airlines Netherlands 1 1
TUIfly Nordic 2 2
Ukraine International Airlines 4 4
United Airlines 35 16 51
UPS Airlines 59 59
UTair Aviation 3 3
Uzbekistan Airways 6 2 8
VIM Airlines 1 1
Vision Airlines 1 1
West Atlantic 2 2
WestJet 4 4
Total 2 16 16 42 54 441 134 37 742

Data at July 31, 2016.[1]

Former airline operators[edit]

Africa[edit]

Cameroon
Egypt
Ghana
Mauritius
Mozambique
Namibia
Nigeria
South Africa
Tanzania
Zimbabwe

Americas[edit]

Argentina
  • LAPA - ceased operations
Aruba
Bolivia
Brazil
Canada
Colombia
El Salvador
Jamaica
Mexico
Peru
United States of America
Uruguay
  • PLUNA - ceased operations July 5, 2012
Venezuela

Asia[edit]

Bahrain
Bangaldesh
Brunei
China
India
Israel
Kuwait
Macau
Mongolia
Nepal
Oman
Taiwan
Sri Lanka
Thailand
Turkmenistan
United Arab Emirates
Vietnam

Europe[edit]

Austria
Belgium
  • CityBird - ceased operations October, 2001
  • Sobelair - ceased operations January 19, 2004
Bulgaria
France
Germany
Hungary
Ireland
Latvia
Netherlands
Norway
Poland
Russia
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
Ukraine
United Kingdom

Oceania[edit]

Australia
  • Ansett - ceased operations March 4, 2002
  • Australian Airlines - ceased operations July 28, 2006
  • Qantas - Retired Last Flight 27 December 2014 Operated by VH-OGL as QF767 MEL to SYD Qantas had 41 aircraft from lease and owned 7 767-200ERs, 7 767-336ER from British Airways and 27 767-338ER
Samoa

Current government and military operators[edit]

Azerbaijan
Bahrain
  • Bahrain Royal Flight - one 767-400ER
Belarus
  • Belarus Government one 767-300ER

Brazil

Brunei
  • Brunei Government - one 767-200ER
Colombia
Chile
Djibouti
  • Djibouti Government - one 767-200ER
Italy
Japan
Turkmenistan
  • Turkmenistan Government - one 767-300ER
Uzbekistan

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Thisdell, Dan; Fafard, Antoine (31 July 2016). "World Airliner Census 2016". Flightglobal Insight. Flight International. Flightglobal (published 9 August 2016). 
  2. ^ "C-767 é o novo avião de transporte da FAB". Retrieved 2016-08-23. 
  3. ^ Official website Aeronautica Militare