Boeing 767-400ER
Boeing 767-400ER

Boeing 767-400 ER. A photo. Video. Interior layout. Characteristics. Reviews.



The twin-engine Boeing 767-400 ER is a passenger wide-body airliner developed by Boeing Commercial Airplanes. This aircraft is intended for medium and long haul airlines.

The aircraft is capable of accommodating 245 passengers in three classes. In a two-class cabin configuration, the number of passenger seats is 304 seats. With the maximum, economical cabin configuration, the Boeing 767-400ER is capable of taking on board 375 people. The interior of the passenger compartment is similar to that used on the Boeing 777 airliner.

Preliminary design work to create an extended version of the Boeing 767-300 began at the end of 1996. Officially, the extension of the new aircraft, which received the designation Boeing 767-400 ER, was announced in January 1997. The first customer for the new aircraft was Delta Airlines, which pre-ordered 21 airliners. Also among the first customers for this aircraft were the airlines “Continental Airlines" and "Kenya Airways».

Boeing 767-400 photo

Boeing 767-400ER plane


The fuselage of the new Boeing 767-400ER is 6,43 meters longer than its predecessor, the Boeing 767-300. The Boeing 767-400ER is 61,37 meters long. As a result of the increase in the length of the fuselage, the wingspan was increased, which on the Boeing 767-400ER is 51,92 meters, with its area of ​​306,30 square meters. The wing of the aircraft has wingtips sloping back. This form of tips has improved fuel efficiency and increased the airliner's climb rate. Due to the increase in the airframe design, the Boeing 767-400ER was equipped with a reinforced chassis.

The first flight of the new airliner took place on October 9, 1999. The test program involved four Boeing 767-400ER aircraft.


Boeing 767-400 cabin

Boeing 767-400 Salon


The Boeing 767-400ER is powered by high-power PW4062 turbojet engines with a thrust of 281,6 kN, manufactured by Pratt & Whitney, and CF6-80C2B7F1s or CF6-80C2B8Fs, manufactured by General Electric.

On airliner using modern digital avionics EFIS, production «Rockwell Collins» American company. To display the indications on the state of on-board systems are used six independent multi-function display as Boeing 777. Overall Avionics Boeing 767-400 has a family unification with the aircraft Boeing 757.

Flight range aircraft with a maximum passenger load is 10450 kilometers.

As of 2011, 37 Boeing 767-400ER aircraft are in operation. The main operators of the airliner are the original customers Delta Air Lines and Continental Airlines.

Today, the main competitor of the Boeing 767-400ER is the European airliner Airbus A330-300.


Boeing 767-400 Scheme salon

Boeing 767-400 interior scheme


Boeing 767-400ER aircraft specifications:


  • The first flight of Boeing 767-400ER: 9 1999 October, the
  • Length: 61,37 m.
  • Height: 16,87 m.
  • Wingspan: 51,92 m.
  • Empty weight: 103145 kg.
  • Maximum takeoff weight: 204120 kg.
  • Wing area: 306,30 sq.m.
  • Cruising speed: 850 km / h..
  • Maximum speed: 910 km / h..
  • Ceiling: 13200 m.
  • Range: 10450 km.
  • Length of takeoff: 3400 m.
  • path length: 1900 m.
  • Engines: 2 x Pratt & Whitney turbojet engine PW4062 (281,6 kN), General Electric CF6-80C2B7F1s (276,2 kN) or General Electric CF6-80C2B8Fs (282,5 kN)
  • Crew: 2 people
  • Number of seats: 375 seats in economy class


Boeing 767-400ER. Gallery. 

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Boeing 767-400. Video.


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