El Al Israel Airlines has retired its last Boeing 767-300ER, 36 years after the widebody aircraft entered service. The Israeli flag carrier operated 13 767s, six 767-200s and seven larger -300s. The aircraft type has been used on both long-haul routes, to destinations such as Toronto or Hong Kong, and shorter sectors to European destinations since 1983. El Al said the airline set a world record in 1984, becoming the first carrier to operate a two-engine jet on a schedule service ...

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