ANALYSIS: Boeing reinvests in 767 for freighter market

JAL 767

By any reasonable standard, Boeing's 767 has had a good run. The twin-engined widebody is approaching 35 years of uninterrupted serial production. It has outsold its smaller, narrowbody sibling, the 757, with 1,073 deliveries up to April 2015 and orders for 38 commercial freighters left in the backlog.

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