By Bjorn Fehrm
Dec. 21 2015, ©. Leeham Co: Last week we started our Boeing 767-300ER article series around acquiring used twin-aisle 767 aircraft to upgrade 757-based long haul services, like Canada’s WestJet has done. We compared the aircraft and looked at the base data for the aircraft in article one.
Now we continue by analyzing the Cash Operating Cost (COC) of the aircraft in a typical long haul configuration, using our normalized seating. We are assuming that the 767 and the 757 are a half-life state between overhauls of engines and airframe.
Our benchmark aircraft is an Airbus A330-200 which is flying in a mainline airline. Here we assume that it is 25% deteriorated since new for engines and airframe.
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