Boeing 767-300

General Information

Manufacturer: Boeing

Role: Wide-body jet airliner

First flight: January 30, 1986

Primary airlines:  American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, United Airlines, WestJet

Passenger seating: 210-290

Models: 767-300ER, 767-300F

Features

  • Pratt & Whitney PW4000 or Rolls-Royce RB211 high-bypass turbo fan engines
  • Rockwell Collins CRT screens
  • Glass cockpit

Fun Facts

  • The 767-300 entered service with Japan Airlines on October 20, 1986.
  • Boeing 767-300 is the most popular model of wide body long-range aircrafts Boeing 767.
  • The 767 was the first Boeing wide-body aircraft to be designed with a two-crew digital glass cockpit.
  • Aircraft cruising speed is 850 km/h (528mph; 459 kts)
  • In 1984, the 767 became the first aircraft to receive CAT IIIb certification from the FAA for landings with 980 feet (300 m) minimum visibility.

Type Rating

Pilots must earn their type rating in the Boeing 767-300 to be qualified to fly this aircraft. In most cases, the airline you fly for will get you type-rated.

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