Sunday, 23 December 2018

Boeing 767-300ER Seating, Specs, Capacity, and Price

Boeing 767-300ER Seating, Specs, Capacity, and Price – The Boeing 767-300 is a jet variant with a medium and double aisle engine that was first produced by Boeing. The latest version of the 767-300 is 767-300ER (Extended Range). The aircraft flew for the first time on January 30, 1986, obtained its first commercial order when American Airlines (AA) was in position in 1988. The Boeing 767-300ER was operated in 1988, with AA. The Boeing 767-300ER has takeoffs up to 11,800 feet (3,600 m). This aircraft was upgraded with mixed winglets from Aviation Partners Boeing. These winglets are 3.4 m long and will reduce fuel consumption by about 6.5%.

In 1993 Boeing launched a new aircraft General Market Freighter 767-300F. Changes include reinforced undercarriage and wing structures, cargo handling systems, no cabin windows and main deck hauling doors. Its capacity is 24 containers. On August 2, 2005, Chile-based LAN Airlines confirmed a firm order for six Boeing 767-300 aircraft to be added to six 767 ordered in 2004.

Boeing 767-300ER

Boeing 767-300ER Seating and Capacity

The Boeing 767 family has low fuel consumption and produces fewer pollutants per pound of fuel than similar twin-engine aircraft. The Boeing 767-300ER which is a derivative of the -300 model is equipped with a central fuel tank for additional coverage and additional seating capacity. In general, in a one class, two class or three class configuration, a single -300ER aircraft is capable of carrying 218, 269, or 351 passengers.

The Boeing 767 is a complete family of twin-engine aircraft suitable for medium and long-term operations that can accommodate 200 to 300 passengers and cargo in a variant of 767 cargo of goods. The 767-300ER range has proven to be very popular with a number of airlines that use it for long distances.

Boeing 767-300ER seats

Boeing 767-300ER Specs and Engine

The Boeing 767-300ER airframe is a 100% replica of real life and is proportionally modified. Really brilliant recreation. All parts from the external side are animated. To make it look very realistic, the developers even added flexible wings. So, when taking off or landing the wings are slightly raised. The most beautiful side of the 767-300ER exterior model is gear construction. It seems truly realistic, during retraction and extension, the landing gear follows the same procedure and method as 767.


Dimensions
Length (m)
54.9
Wingspan (m)
47.6
Height (m)
15.8
Wing area (m2)
283.3
Weight
Maximum take-off weight (kg)
186 880
Maximum landing weight (kg)
145 150
Operating empty weight (kg)
90 010
Maximum zero fuel weight (kg)
133 810
Maximum payload (kg)
43 800
Standard fuel capacity (L)
91 380
Performance
Range with max payload (km)
11 000
Cruise speed (km/h)
850
Maximum speed (km/h)
910
Maximum operating altitude (m)
13 100
Take-off field length (m)
2 400
Landing field length (m)
1 700
Engines
GE CF6-80C2B,
2 x 62000 lb
P&W PW4000,
2 x 63000 lb
R-R RB211-524G/H,
2 x 60670 lb
Fuel efficiency (g/pass*km)
17.7
Fuel flow rate (kg/h)
4 500
Cabin Data
Passengers (1-class)
328
Passengers (2-class)
269
Passengers (3-class)
218
Cabin width (m)
4.72

The main engines used by Boeing 767-300ER are manufacturers of GE (General Electric) and P & W (Pratt & Whitney). GE and P & W have provided all 767 engines to date. Since shipping the first British Airways B-767-336s, R-R (Rolls Royce) joined the club with the RB211-524H engine.

Boeing 767-300ER cockpit

Boeing 767-300ER Price

The price of Boeing 767-300ER is US$ 209.8M in 2018. The Price reflecting a range of available options and configurations for each model. Configurations and options that may affect price include performance capability, interiors, avionics, fuel capacity, and others. 

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