Boeing 767-300

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The Boeing 767-300 is the stretched version of the 767-200, it features a 6,42 m stretch consisting of fuselage plugs forward (3,07 m) and behind (3,35 m) the wing center section. The flightdeck and systems were carried directly over from the 767-200.

Boeing 767-300F changes include strengthened undercarriage and wing structure, a cargo handling system, no cabin windows and a main deck freight door.

  • Boeing 767-300: standard stretched version of the 767-200.
  • Boeing 767-300ER: Extended-Range version, features higher weights and an additional wing center section fuel tank.
  • Boeing 767-300F: Freighter include strengthened undercarriage and wing structure, a cargo handling system, no cabin windows and a main deck freight door.

Developing nation:

United States of America

Manufacturer/designer:

Boeing Commercial Airplane Company.

Production line:

Everett, WA.

Type aircraft:

Medium to long range widebody airliner.

First flight:

– 767-300 January 30, 1986 N767S.

– 767-300ER December 9, 1986.

– 767-300F June 20, 1995..

First delivery:

– 767-300 September 25, 1986 to Japan Air Lines.

– 767-300ER February 19, 1988 to American Airlines.

– 767-300F October 12, 1995 to United Parcel Service..

Boeing 767-300

Cockpit crew:

two pilots.

Passengers single class:

290.

Passengers two class:

– 18 first class.

– 198 economy class.

Passengers three class:

– 15 first class.

– 40 business class.

– 119 economy class.

Cabin length:

40,36 m.

Cabin diameter:

4,72 m.

Cabin height:

2,87 m.

Cabin volume:

483,9 m.

Baggage compartment:

12,2 m.

Cargo volume:

147 m.

LD2 Containers in belly:

30.

Standard 2.24m x 3.17m pallets:

in belly 4 with 14 LD2 Containers.

Wing span:

47,57 m.

Wing area:

283,35 m.

Wing sweep:

31.5 degrees.

Fuselage length:

54,94 m.

Fuselage diameter:

5,03 m.

Height:

15,85 m.

Horizontal tail unit:

18,62 m.

Wheelbase:

22,76 m.

Track:

9,30 m.

Engines:

– two General Electric CF6-80A2 each rated 216.5 kN.

– two Pratt & Whitney JT9D-7R4D each rated 213.5 kN.

– two Rolls Royce RB211-524H each rated 264.4 kN.

Weight:

empty: 85.637 Kg.

– max. zero-fuel weight: 112.099 Kg.

– fuel: 63.216 liter.

– max. payload: 44.497 Kg.

Max. take off weight:

159.755 Kg.

Max. landing weight:

136.078 Kg.

Cruise speed:

852 km/h.

Max. speed:

898 km/h.

Service ceiling:

11.887 m.

Range:

9.667 km.

Performance:

– take-off run 2.408 m at max. take-off weight.

Boeing 767-300ER

Engines:

– two General Electric CF6-80C2 each rated 231.3 kN.

– two General Electric CF6-80C2B4 each rated 254.34 kN.

– two General Electric CF6-80C2B6F each rated 267.03 kN.

– two Pratt & Whitney PW4056 each rated 252.4 kN.

– two Pratt & Whitney PW4060 each rated 266,9 kN.

– two Rolls Royce RB211-524H each rated 264.4 kN.

Weight:

empty: 90.582 Kg.

– fuel: 94.625 liter.

– max. payload: 44.500 Kg.

Max. take off weight:

186.880 Kg.

Max. landing weight:

145.149 Kg.

Max. speed:

954 km/h.

Take-off speed:

206 – 330 km/h.

Landing speed:

215 – 300 km/h.

Service ceiling:

13.137 m.

Max. range:

11.482 km.

Performance:

– take-off run 2.408 m at max. take-off weight.

*Generally similar to the Boeing 767-300 except in the following particulars.

Boeing 767-300F*

Cargo volume:

Maine deck 339,5 m.

– Under floor 114,1 m.

– Total load 453,6 m.

LD2 Containers in belly:

30.

LD3 Containers in belly:

15.

Standard 2.24m x 2.74m pallets:

– main cargo deck of freighter 24 and two special contoured pallets.

Standard 2.24m x 3.17m pallets:

in belly 4 with 14 LD2 Containers.

– main cargo deck of freighter 14 and two special contoured pallets.

Engines:

– two General Electric CF6-80C2F each rated 257,6 kN.

– two Pratt & Whitney PW4084 each rated 369.6 kN.

– two Rolls Royce RB211-524G each rated 253 kN.

Weight:

empty: 86.183 Kg.

– max. zero-fuel weight: 140.160 Kg.

– fuel: 91.380 liter.

– max. payload: 54.885 Kg.

Max. take off weight:

186.880 Kg.

Max. landing weight:

147.871 Kg.

Max. range:

5.926 km with max. payload: 54.885 Kg.

Performance:

– take-off run 2.408 m at max. take-off weight.

*Generally similar to the Boeing 767-300 except in the following particulars.

2 Boeing 767-300 written-off by accidents:

26may91 OE-LAV Boeing 767-3Z9ER Lauda Air Phu Khao Kao Chan, Thailand 223 fatalities / 223 on board.

31oct99 SU-GAP Boeing 767-366ER Egypt Air 100 km South off Nantucket Island, MA, USA in Atlantic Ocean 217 fatalities / 217 on board.

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