Boeing 767-300

Boeing 767-300 is the mostpopular wide-body and extended-range version of Boeing 767. Designed as a slightly extended version of Boeing 767-200, Boeing 767-300 has been operated by airlines since 1986. Its maiden flight took place on 19 November 1986. In mid-1987, its version with engines from General Electric was certified, while in the spring of 1988 with engines from Rolls Royce developed specifically for British Airways which received the first aircraft in February 1990.

It can seat 199 passengers in two high-comfort cabins (VIP club and economy).

On 2 June 2011, Azerbaijan Airlines received its first Boeing 767-300 ER.

Technical information

Flight crew 2-4
Cabin crew 6-13
Capacity 198  passengers
Maximum take-off weight 186 880 kg
Range 11 305 km
Cruise speed 870 km/h
Service ceiling 13 100 m
Length 54.94 m
Wingspan 47.57 m
Altitude 15.85 m

 

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Boeing 767-300 layout

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