Delta Air Lines  Boeing 767-432ER  N840MH    (c/n  29718)


                                           Chronologically this entry should be placed later down in the list, but I am electing to put all the767s
                                           together, even though the first 767-432ERs did not come on stream until late in 2000.   In fact, the
                                           airlines' 100th 767 was a series 432ER.  In addition to more lengthening, this aircraft features new
                                           wing tips (although not exactly of the turned up winglets of Aviation Partners' Boeing 737 variety)
                                           and a Boeing 777 style glass cockpit.   Steve Hill's nice shot above shows a late model ER departing
                                           Hartsfield Airport, Atlanta  in Sept 2004.   This aircraft replaced the trusty Lockheed Tristars and
                                           McDonnell Douglas MD-11s which were finally withdrawn in 2004.  In so doing, Delta became an
                                           all twin-jet airline.  I wonder why they have been registered in the MH series?  Surely there were
                                           more DA; DE; DL series left?  How about "DT"?  But MH?