Description of the aircraft
The Boeing 767-300 (Boeing 767-300) airliner, a long-haul aircraft that replaced the Boeing 767-200, is essentially an extended version with a reinforced fuselage and is a major rival to the Airbus A330-200. One of the most sought after models of the 767 family. The first model was released in 1986, the customer who was the airline of Japan Airlines.
The airline has a modification of Boeing 767-300ER, which has an increased flight distance of up to 11,000 km. There is also a cargo variant of the Boeing 767-300F with an additional cargo door and equipment.
Characteristics of the airliner
Length of the aircraft: 54.95 m;
Aircraft Height: 15.81 m;
Wingspan: 47.60 m;
Wing area: 283.25 m;
Characteristics in the summer
Range of flight at maximum loading: 9740 km;
Maximum cruising speed: 851 km / h;
Run length: 1,700 m;
Number of seats
Crew: 2 places;
Maximum (passenger): 350 seats;
In a two-class performance (passenger): 269 seats.
In the three-class performance (passenger): 218 seats.