ZK-NCF. Boeing 767-319ER. c/n 24876-413.
Was also registered as: SP-LPF; N762NA; N767WA
This aircraft was ordered new by Air New Zealand with finance provided by I.L.F.C. - ?
First flown at Everett (Paine Field) - January 17, 1992
It was powered by General Electric CF6-80C286 engines
Entered onto the New Zealand Aircraft Register as ZK-NCF - February 14, 1992
Registered to Air New Zealand Limited, Auckland, New Zealand
It was accepted by International Lease Finance Corporation (I.L.F.C.) at Everett (Paine Field) - February 14, 1992
Leased to Air New Zealand as the registered operator
Departed Everett (Paine Field) on the delivery flight to New Zealand - February 15, 1992
It arrived at Auckland on completion of the delivery flight - February 17, 1992
Operated its first revenue service - ?
It was withdrawn from service at Auckland - February 17, 2006
Ferried Auckland - Brunei in preparation for lease to Polskie Linie Lotnicze (LOT Polish Airlines) - February 22, 2006
Cancelled from the New Zealand Aircraft Register - April 14, 2006
Entered onto the Polish Aircraft Register as SP-LPF - April 14, 2006
Lesased to LOT Polish Airlines as the registered operator
Departed Brunei on the ferry flight to Poland - April 14, 2006
It arrived at Warsaw on completion of the ferry flight - April 14, 2006
It entered service with LOT Polish Airlines - April 19, 2006
Sub-leased to Volare Airlines, Italy t/a Air Europe - December 20, 2006
It was returned to LOT Polish Airlines at the end of the sub-lease - April 01, 2008
It was withdrawn from service by LOT Polish Airlines and returned to the lessor - April 08, 2011
Sold to Castle 2003-2B LLC, Wilmington, Delaware - April 08, 2011
Cancelled from the Polish Aircraft Register - April 08, 2011
Entered onto the United States Aircraft Register as N762NA - April 08, 2011
Leased to North American Airlines, New York as the registered operator - June 08, 2011
It was withdrawn from service by North American Airlines and returned to the lessor - February 04, 2014
It was placed in storage at Goodyear, Phoenix - February 05 2014
The aircraft was reregistered as N767WA - April 21, 2014
Registered to Wings Aviation Inc, Dover, Delaware
Leased to Fly Jamaica Airways, Kingston, Jamaica as the registered operator - June 16, 2014
Ferried Goodyear - Kingston on delivery to Fly Jamaica Airways - June 22, 2014
It was withdrawn from service by Fly Jamaica and returned to the lessor - October 11, 2015
The aircraft was ferried Kingston - Marana and stored - October 11, 2015
Leased to Flky Jamaica Airways as the registered operator - December 23, 2015
Ferried Marana - New York (JFK) on delivery to Jamaica Airways - December 23, 2015
The aircraft was wet-leased to Air Guyana - ?, 2016
The aircraft was damaged at Georgetown (Guyana) - November 29, 2016
It was struck by a Caribbean Airways Boeing 737-8 while being parked
It was repaired on-site before being ferried to Mexico City for overhaul - ?
Returned to service with Air Guyana - June 29, 2017
The aircraft was withdrawn from service and stored at Mexico City - October 12, 2018
It was advertised for immediate sale but was still stored at Mexico City - September 10, 2022
Current status - ?
ZK-NCF. Air New Zealand - in the original livery at Auckland Airport, August 17, 1993.
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