Boeing 767
Boeing 767

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Along with the creation of the Boeing 757 aircraft, The Boeing Company decided to create a model marked as the Boeing767. These two models were developed in parallel with each other and therefore, in general, they are technologically identical. The essential difference is the interior design and layout of the cabin. The Boeing 767, unlike the 757, is a wide-body airliner with two aisles between the seats. The Boeing 767 has become a popular twin-engine airliner for flights across the Atlantic Ocean. The Boeing 767, like the Boeing 757, comply with the international civil aviation standards ETOPS (Extended Range Twin-engine Operation Performance Standards).


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Initially, the airlines were offered the first version of the 767-100, but this version did not generate much interest due to the decrease in passenger capacity and which bore many similarities to the 757.

The fact that the Boeing 767 is capable of achieving commercial success among airlines was proved by the version of the Boeing 767-200, which differed from the previous model with an increased cabin. The aircraft was 48,51 meters long. The production of this modification began in July 1978, and in September 1981 the plane took to the skies. A year later, the first Boeing 767-200 aircraft were delivered to the American airline United Airlines, which ordered thirty aircraft at the beginning.

Later, Boeing developed a version marked as the Boeing 767-200ER. This modification received additional fuel tanks, which allowed this liner to make longer non-stop flights. The last official release of the 767-200 and 7-200ER was in 1994. But in 1998, production of the 767-200ER version continued after an order was received from Continental Airlines.

Boeing 767 interior scheme

Boeing 767 scheme

The 767-200ER version has no direct competitors. The Boeing 767-200 has 181 seats in three classes or 224 seats in a two-class design. The Boeing 767-200 is mainly used on routes such as New York - Los Angeles.

In February 1982, the company announced the development of a new version, which received the designation 767-300. This model is about 6,42 meters longer than 767-200. The first flight took place in January 1986 years, and in September of the same year, the airliner began commercial operation in «Japan Airlines» Air carrier (JAL). A version of 767-300ER, delivered in March 1988 years «American Airlines» company, is as 767-200ER extended modification with plenty of fuel. Boeing 767-300ER was the most popular with airlines, and is mainly used on long-haul flights and less busy routes.


Boeing 767 photo salon

Boeing 767 Salon


From version 767-300 happens cargo model has designation 767-300F. The first order for this Boeing was from the company «United Parcel» in 1993 year.

The latest modification of the 767 airliner has the designation Boeing 767-400EF. Development of this version began in 1996 on order from Delta Air Lines and Continental Airlines. Compared to the previous version, the 767-400ER has been lengthened by 6,4 meters. The wings of the aircraft also underwent modifications - they became longer and the wingtips changed. The dashboard, brakes and wheels are similar to the Boeing 777.


Boeing 767-400ER (767-300ER) specifications:

  • Length: 61,37 m (54,94m.).
  • Height: 16,87 m (15,85m.).
  • Wingspan: 51,92 m (47,57m.).
  • Empty weight: 103,1 tons (90 tons)
  • Cruising speed: 850 km / h.
  • Flight range: 10420 km. (11060 km.)
  • Ceiling: 11885 m.
  • Number of seats: 240-375 places (218-350 people)
  • Crew: 2 person


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