Derived from the popular 767-300ER (extended range) passenger twinjet, the 767-300F benefits from the advanced avionics, aerodynamics, materials and propulsion incorporated on Boeing 767 passenger airplanes. Its proven combination of light, durable aluminum alloy and composite structure helps make the 767-300ER Freighter lighter than competing freighters, so more of its fuel goes to lifting revenue cargo and less to lifting the airplane.
The 767 Freighter looks like the 767 passenger airplanes without the passenger windows and doors. The interior of the main-deck fuselage has a smooth fiberglass lining. A fixed, rigid barrier installed in the front end of the main deck serves as a restraint wall between the cargo and the flight deck. A door in the barrier wall permits in-flight access from the flight deck to the cargo area.
Unrivaled for reliability and profitability, the 767-300 Freighter is the industry's touchstone for efficiency among medium widebody cargo airplanes. Able to carry 53 tonnes (59 tons) of revenue cargo with intercontinental range, the 767-300 Freighter is ideal for developing new long-haul, regional, or feeder markets. It is the perfect replacement for less efficient 707 and DC-8 freighters that are nearing the end of their economic life cycle.