OpenSkies (LV, Paris Orly) has concluded Boeing (BOE, Chicago O'Hare) operations following the retirement of its last remaining B767-300(ER) and B757-200.

Flightradar24 ADS-B data shows B767 F-HILU (msn 24341) conducted its last revenue service as flight LV4 New York Newark-Paris Orly on Sunday, September 2. It was subsequently to St. Athan where it is awaiting part out.

For its part, B757-200 F-HAVN (msn 25140) conducted its last revenue service on Saturday, August 25, as LV3 Paris Orly-Newark. It was then ferried to Goodyear on September 7 where it has since been returned to lessor Aerolease Aviation.

A unit of British Airways (BA, London Heathrow), the OpenSkies AOC is being repositioned from a niche, premium carrier focussed on Paris-New York flights, to a production carrier running longhaul low-cost carrier flights out of France for IAG International Airlines Group's LEVEL virtual carrier brand.

With the B757 and B767's retirement, OpenSkies' fleet now entails two A330-200s used to connect Paris with each of Fort de France, Montréal Trudeau, Pointe à Pitre, and Newark.