Boeing 767-200

The Boeing 767 is a commercial passenger airplane manufactured by Boeing Commercial Airplanes.

The Boeing 767, a widebody jet, was introduced at around the same time as the 757, its narrowbody sister. The 767 has a seat-to-aisle ratio in economy class of 3.5 seats per aisle, making for quicker food service and quicker exit of the plane than many other jetliners, which typically have between four and six seats per aisle in economy class. On the downside, as the 767 has a slightly narrower fuselage diameter than other wide-body aircraft (such as the Airbus A300 and A310), it is unable to carry ordinary Unit Load Devices, and instead have to use specially designed air freight containers and pallets. 

  767-200 767-200ER 767-300 767-300ER 767-300F 767-400ER
Length 48.5 m
(159 ft 2 in)
54.9 m
(180 ft 3 in)
61.4 m
(201 ft 4 in)
Wingspan 47.6 m
(156 ft 1 in)
51.9 m
(170 ft 4 in)
Passengers 181 to 255 218 to 351 0 245 to 375
Cargo 81.4 m (2,875 ft)
22 LD2s
106.8 m (3,770 ft)
30 LD2s
454 m (16,034 ft)
30 LD2s + 24 pallets
129.6 m (4,580 ft)
38 LD2s
Range 9,400 km
(5,200 nautical miles)
transcontinental
12,200 km
(6,600 nautical miles)
transpacific
9,700 km
(5,230 nautical miles)
transcontinental
11,305 km
(6,105 nautical miles)
transpacific
6,050 km
(3,270 nautical miles)
transcontinental
10,450 km
(5,650 nautical miles)
transatlantic
Cruise speed Mach 0.8 (870 km/h, 540 mph)
Engines Two high-bypass turbofans, usually either General Electric CF6-80 (about 65,000 lbf (289 kN) thrust each) or Pratt & Whitney PW4062 (about 63,000 lbf (280 kN) thrust each); some aircraft use Rolls-Royce RB211 (about 60,000 lbf (267 kN) thrust each)