Boeing 767

Boeing 767

Boeing 767 is a medium-sized, long-range, wide-body twin-engine jet aircraft developed by Boeing, used to compete with Airbus A300 and A310. It was Boeing’s first aircraft to use electronic flight instruments in its passenger aircraft. The first model of the 767 was the -200 model, after which the longer -300 model was produced. In addition, there are -200ER, -300ER and -400ER for long-haul flights.

Role: Wide-body jet airliner
Manufacturer: Boeing
Country: United States
First flight: September 26, 1981
Introduction: September 8, 1982 (United Airlines)
Status: In Service
Produced: 1981–present

Variants

  • 767-200
  • 767-2C
  • 767-200ER
  • 767-300
  • 767-300ER
  • 767-300F
  • 767-400ER
  • 767-X (Undeveloped)
  • 767-400ERX (Undeveloped)
  • E-767 (Military / Government)
  • KC-767 Tanker Transport (Military / Government)
  • KC-767 Advanced Tanker (Military / Government)
  • KC-46 (Military / Government)
  • E-10 MC2A (Military / Government)

Specifications

Cockpit crew: 2
Seating (3-class): 174-243
Seating (2-class): 214-296
Seating (1-class): 245Y-409Y
Length: 159 ft 2 in (48.51 m) – 201 ft 4 in (61.37 m)
Wingspan: 156 ft 1 in (47.57 m) – 170 ft 4 in (51.92 m)
MTOW: 315,000 lb (142.9 t) – 450,000 lb (204.1 t)
Range: 3,900 nmi (7,200 km) – 5,625 nmi (10,415 km)
Engines (×2): JT9D / PW4000 / CF6 / RB211