MIAMI – Condor Airlines (DE) has retired its first Boeing 767 from its fleet. The aircraft, still used after the stop caused by the pandemic, has been lucky enough to travel the world, even reaching Australia. In addition to being used for passenger flights, it has also been repeatedly used as an auxiliary cargo aircraft.
In the next few days, the aircraft will fly from Dusseldorf to Bangor, on the east coast of the United States, and from there to Marana, in the state of Arizona. Pinal Airpark, one of the largest aerial cemeteries in the world, will be its last read more ⇒
Source:: “Airways Magazine”