The Boeing 767-300ER has a range of around 6,105 nautical miles (11,305 km) and accomodates between 218 and 351 passengers.
From 1988 a total of around 535 have been delivered. In 2009 Boeing still recieves orders for this legandary airliner.
Above: a Martinair Boeing 767-300ER at Amsterdam Schipphol airport (AMS)
The 767-300ER has a fuel capacity of 91.722 liter and with Pratt &
Whitney (PW4060) engines needs on average 6.250 liter of fuel an hour.
In 2009 the Boeing 767 is still a widely used airliner over all continents: America, Europe, Asia and Africa.
Above: a Martinair Boeing 767-300ER before take off in Amsterdam on Polderbaan
in June 2009.
Airliners that have used the Boeing 767-300ER include: Delta Airlines, American Airlines, United Airlines, British airways
(21), KLM, Martinair, Kenya Airways
, ANA, JAL, LAN, ....
The Boeing 767 was developed by Boeing
together with the Boeing 757-200
In the new millenium Boeing focused efforts on the Boeing 787-800
Dreamliner, as a replacement airliner for the aging Boeing 767.