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Delta Air Lines has phased out the last domestic Boeing 767-300 aircraft from its fleet, sending it to Blytheville, Arkansas.

The 1993-delivered Boeing 767-332 (N1402A/MSN 25989/LN 506) flew from Atlanta (ATL) to Blytheville (BYH) after having performed its last revenue trip from Salt Lake City (SLC) to ATL the previous evening, as flight DL1802.

This particular variant was the youngest 767-300s in the airline’s fleet, at 25.9 years.

Watch review of the inside of the Delta 767.

More at https://airwaysmag.com/airlines/delta-retires-last-domestic-boeing-767-300/




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