Hawaiian Airlines  Boeing 767-3CB(ER)   N592HA    (c/n  33468)


                                     In 2002 Hawaiian Airlines began standardizing on the Boeing 767 (Extended Range) as the vehicle
                                     of choice for its long range routes.  The last DC-10 was phased out in 2003, leaving the airline with
                                     just two types of aircraft.  This, after a long history of dabbling in many different airliner species over
                                     its long history of over 70 years.  Hopefully this standardization will help cut maintenance costs in this
                                     day and age where every penny counts in airline operation.    This fine shot of a 767 on approach to
                                     LAX was taken by Dan Brownlee in October of 2005 and exemplifies the type.