With more than 15,469 cubic feet (438.2 cubic m) of cargo volume available, and the ability to carry approximately 59 tons (53.6 tonnes) of revenue payload more than 3,255 nautical miles (6,025 kilometers), this airplane is an ideal freighter to meet medium-size requirements and to replace aging 707 and DC-8 Freighters.
- Up to 24 pallets, each measuring 88 inches by 125 inches (223.5 cm by 317.5 cm) at the base, can be accommodated on the main deck.
- Total main-deck container volume is 11,884 cubic feet (336.6 cubic meters),
- The lower hold provides 3,585 cubic feet (101.6 cubic m) for seven pallets, two LD-2 containers and bulk.
The freighter's main-deck cargo system offers the flexibility of accepting virtually all types of pallets and containers in the air-cargo industry. The 767 Freighter is well-suited to directly accommodate transfer of pallets and containers commonly used in existing twin-aisle freighters such as the 747-200, 747-400 and DC-10, as well as those from single-aisle freighters including the 757-200. This allows an operator to interline freight from one airplane to another until it reaches its destination.
The 767 Freighter features a large cargo door on the main deck of the forward fuselage, a single crew-entry door and a freighter interior.