The 767-300F unrivaled for reliability and profitability
The freighter model is the industry’s touchstone for efficiency among medium widebody cargo airplanes and is ideal for developing new long-haul, regional, or feeder markets.
Thanks to its intercontinental range capability and highly efficient payload configuration, the 767-300F is the best fit in the midsized freighter market. Operators around the world agree, in this market segment, the flexibility and economics of the right-sized 767-300F make it one of the best assets in a fleet.
Schedule reliability—an industry measure of departure from the gate within 15 minutes of scheduled time— is nearly 99 percent for the 767. Fleetwide, daily utilization is more than 10 hours.
The 767-300F proven in efficiency and economics
The 767 Freighter keeps ton-mile costs to a minimum with its two-person flight deck, and its twin high-bypass-ratio engines offer excellent fuel economy. The cargo airplane’s operating costs, per available ton-mile, are projected to be 20 percent lower than those of its closest competitors. This contrasts with older cargo airplanes, such as the 707 and DC-8, which have three-crew flight decks and are powered by four engines.
The 767 Freighter also has a common type rating with the 757 Freighter, providing airlines with flexibility in scheduling flight crews. More than 40 airlines have combined 767 and 757 fleets.
Today’s efficient 767s are the result of continuous technology enhancements designed to maintain its preference with airlines. A large display system is available for retrofit by Boeing Service Bulletin to incorporate 787 size flight deck displays. Expanded applications particularly for military use in tankers and command and control applications are obtainable. And optional winglets are offered as post-production retrofit from Aviation Partners Boeing (APB) on the 767-300ER and 767-300F. This provides approximately 230 nmi more range and a fuel savings of 4.4% for the 767ER and approximately 100 nmi more range and fuel savings 3.9% for the 767-300ER.