Ansett Australia Boeing 767-277 VH-RME.

This Boeing 767-277, with serial number 22693, with test registration number N8292V, and powered by 2xGeneral Electric GE CF6-80A engines, first flew on May 20 1983.
A month later, on June 13 1983, it was delivered to Ansett Airlines with the registration having been changed to VH-RME.
8 years later, it was delivered to Ansetts´s Australian subsidiary, Ansett Australia, with the same registry.
After serving for 10 years with Ansett Australia, the aircraft was withdrawn from use on September 13 2001, and on November 10 2003, it was scrapped.
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Bibliography:
http://www.airfleets.net/ficheapp/plane-b767-22693.htm
Image:

  1. https://www.pinterest.com/pin/552676185495659095/
  2. http://www.aussieairliners.org/b-767/vh-rme/4650.184.html
  3. http://www.aussieairliners.org/b-767/vh-rme/4650.696.html
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Is this one of those 762s delivered to Ansett with the FE station?

What´s that?

Flight engineer station. It where the flight engineer checks all the gauges.

Thanks.
I don´t know if it had a seat for the flight engineer.

I didn’t know either.

With 33° C (91,4° F), my brain tends to forget that everything is on the Internet,
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An Ansett Airlines flight engineer panel before and after the conversion of the plane to a two pilot cockpit.

http://www.pprune.org/pacific-general-aviation-questions/498549-flight-engineer-mystery-man-exposed-2.html

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Flight engineer