Boeing 767-200

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Launched on receipt of United Air Lines order for 30 on July 14, 1978; construction of basic 220-passenger 767-200 began July 6, 1979. The Boeing 767-200 was developed in tandem with the narrowbody 757 with which it shares a common two crew EFIS flightdeck (with six color CRT displays) and many systems. The two types (757 and 767) can be flown with only one type rating.

  • Boeing 767-200: standard version.
  • Boeing 767-200ER: Extended-Range version, features higher weights and an additional wing center section fuel tank.
  • Boeing 767-200F: Freighter version.
  • Boeing E-767: AWACS platform for the Japan Self Defence Force.
  • Boeing 767-200 prototype is used as an airborne laboratory for strategic defence programmes, by the US Army.
  • Boeing 767-200ER Tanker (KC-767) for the Italian Air Force.

Boeing 767-200 Prototype

The US Army operated the Boeing 767-200 prototype with a dorsal cupola. It was converted as the Airborne Optical Adjunct Laboratory with a unique long-wavelength infra-red sensor. The extra keel area forward is compensated for by a pair of enormous ventral fins.

 

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: – 767-200 September 26, 1981 N767BA.- 767-200ER March 6, 1984.- 767-300 January 30, 1986 N767S.

– 767-300ER December 9, 1986.

– 767-300F June 20, 1995.

– 767-400ER October 9, 1999 N76700.

First delivery: – 767-200 August 19, 1982 to United Airlines.- 767-200ER March 26, 1984 to El Al.- 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.

– 767-400ER August 29, 2000 to Continental Airlines.

Boeing 767-200
Cockpit crew: Two pilots.
Passengers single class: 245.
Passengers two class: –  18 first class.- 198 economy class.
Passengers three class: – 15 first class.- 40 business class.- 119 economy class.
Cabin length: 33,93 m.
Cabin diameter: 4,72 m.
Cabin height: 2,87 m.
Cabin floor area: 154,9 m².
Cabin volume: 428,2 m³.
Baggage compartment: 12,2 m³.
Cargo volume: – main deck 428,2 m³.- under floor 74,8 m³.- baggage compartment 12,2 m³.

– total load 512,2 m³.

LD2 containers in belly: 22.
Standard 2.24m x 3.17m pallets: – in belly 3 with 10 LD2 containers.
Wing span: 47,57 m.
Wing area: 283,35 m².
Wing sweep: 31,5 degrees.
Fuselage length: 48,51 m.
Fuselage diameter: 5,03 m.
Height: 15,85 m.
Horizontal tail unit: 18,62 m.
Wheelbase: 19,69 m.
Track: 9,30 m.
Engines: – two Pratt & Whitney JT9D-7R4D each rated 213.5 kN.- two Pratt & Whitney JT9D-7R4E each rated 222.4 kN.- two Pratt & Whitney  PW4052 each rated 231.3 kN.

– two General Electric CF6-80A each rated 208.8 kN.

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

– two General Electric CF6-80C2-B2 each rated 231.1 kN.

Weight: – empty: 80.377 Kg.- max. zero-fuel weight: 113.398 Kg.- fuel: 63.216 liter.

– max. payload: 32.568 Kg.

Max. take off weight: 142.881 Kg.
Max. landing weight: 123.377 Kg.
Cruise speed: 852 km/h.
Max. speed: 898 km/h.
Max. ceiling: 11.887 m.
Range: – max. range 12.235 km.
Performance: – take-off run 1.707 m at max. take-off weight.
Boeing 767-200ER*
Engines: – two Pratt & Whitney PW4056 each rated 252.4 kN.- two General Electric CF6-80C2B4F each rated 254.79 kN.- two Rolls Royce RB211-524G each rated 253 kN.

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

Weight: – empty: 84.822 Kg.- max. zero-fuel weight: 117.934 Kg.- fuel: 91.380 liter.

– max. payload: 35.607 Kg.

Max. take off weight: 179.169 Kg.
Max. landing weight: 136.078 Kg.
Cruise speed: 852 km/h.
Max. speed: 896 km/h.
Max. ceiling: 11.887 m.
Range: – max. range 12.316 km.
Performance: – take-off run 1.707 m at max. take-off weight.

                                                        * Generally similar to the Boeing 767-200 except in the following particulars.

 

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