Role: Wide-body jetliner
First flight: June 1995
Passenger seating: Crew and cargo, no passengers
Models: 767-300, 767-300ER, 767-300BCF
- General Electric CF6-800C2B7F series engines
- Honeywell EFIS-700 electronic flight information system
- Upsized maximum takeoff weight (MTOW), range, and fuel capacity
- Boeing launched the 767 freighter in January 1993.
- The first 767 freighter entered service in October 1995 with the Atlanta-based United Parcel Service.
- A durable aluminum alloy and composite structure helps make the 767-300F lighter and more fuel efficient than competing freighters.
- The Boeing 767-300F cargo compartment is equipped with a cooling and air heating system that is suitable for transporting perishable goods and livestock.
- Maximum fuel capacity is 23,980 U.S. gallons (90,770 L).The 767-300F is unable to carry ordinary Unit Load Devices.
- It has to use specially designed air freight containers and pallets due to its unique 15 ft. 6 in. width fuselage.
Pilots must earn their type rating in the Boeing 767-300F to be qualified to fly this aircraft. In most cases, the airline you fly for will get you type-rated.
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