Honolulu - Hawaiian Airlines said goodbye to its last Boeing 767. The American airline operator performed the last scheduled flight with its last Boeing 767 aircraft on January 7th.
The Boeing 767 had been in service with the Hawaiian Airlines since 2001 on flights to the American mainland and to other distant destinations.
Flight HA19 from Sacramento to Honolulu was the last scheduled flight carried out with a Boeing 767. The aircraft became the backbone of Hawaiian Airlines on the routes to remote destinations for years, but now replaced by the new generation jetliners Airbus A321neo and Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner.
The Boeing 767 is still widely used for domestic and international flights by the US carriers such as United Airlines and Delta Air Lines, among others.