Boeing 767-300F: The Preferred Solution for the Medium-Widebody Freighter Market

Began in 1993

Boeing launched the 767 Freighter in January 1993, when Atlanta-based United Parcel Service (UPS) announced an order for up to 60 of the freighters. The purchase was the largest order for all-cargo airplanes ever received by Boeing.767

The first UPS freighter entered production in January 1995 at the Boeing factory in Everett, Wash. It rolled out in May 1995, entered flight testing in June 1995 and was delivered to UPS in October 1995.

Boeing has been the world leader in civilian air cargo since the 707 Freighter
was introduced more than 30 years ago.

767-300 Freighter Technical Characteristics

Cargo

Maximum payload

Total volume

Main deck

Lower deck

 

 

116,200 lb (52,700 kg)

15,469 ft3 (438 m3)*

11,884 ft(336 m3)

3,585 ft3 (102 m3)

Engines (maximum thrust)

GE CF6-80C2B7F 62,100 lb

Maximum Fuel Capacity

23,980 U.S. gallons (90,770 L)

Maximum Takeoff Weight

408,000 lb (185,060 kg)

Maximum Range

3,225 nautical miles (6,025 km) with 58-ton (52.7 tonnes) payload

Typical Cruise Speed

(at 35,000 feet)

Mach 0.80 530 mph (850 km/h)

 

Basic Dimensions

 

Wing Span

156 ft 1 in (47.6 m)

Overall Length

180 ft 3 in (54.9 m)

Tail Height

52 ft (15.9 m)

Interior Body Width

15 ft 6 in (4.7 m)

 

*15,469 ft3 = 11,884 ft+ 3,585 ft+ bulk = 24 contoured pallets (88 in x 125 in) + 7 pallets (96 in x 125 in) + 2 LD-2 containers + bulk