Boeing 767

Built to compliment the Boeing 747 as a smaller, long-range aircraft, the Boeing 767, upon its introduction in 1983, became a widely popular aircraft to fill the role of either long-haul flights, or short-haul, high-capacity operations. Today they’ve mostly been retired from front line roles with national carries, but continue to lead a charmed life with charter airlines.


Departing with Flight 853 to Calgary is Air Canada Boeing 767-375(ER) C-FCAE, certainly an ageing bird as this one was delivered originally to Canadian International Airlines in May 1988 under serial number 24083. The aircraft was inherited by Air Canada when Canadian was acquired by the company in 2001.


One of only two Boeing 767’s operated by the airline, Thomas Cook Airlines Boeing 767-31K(ER)(WL) G-TCCA arrives at Tenerife South-Reina Sofia Airport with Flight 2038 from Manchester.


Departing with Flight 941 from Heathrow to Newark Liberty International is United Airlines Boeing 767-322(ER) N660UA, delivered to the airline in May 1993 under serial number 27115.