Preferred By Passengers, Now With the Boeing Signature Interior
The 767 300ER offers a new, even more passenger-pleasing cabin interior. The Boeing Signature Interior, based on the award-winning design of the 777, uses state-of-the-art lighting and design concepts to amplify the feeling of spaciousness on an airplane already prized for long-range comfort.
For passengers, the new interior also includes new, deeper stowage bins, which means it is easier to find space in the compartments. For airlines, the new interior offers increased flexibility in positioning and maintaining lavatories. About 70 percent of the lavatory components are the same as those found on the 777, easing maintenance and reducing the number and type of spare parts in airline inventories for operators of both models. The interior also features an improved in-flight entertainment interface.
The 767 has earned high passenger ratings in every class of service. In economy class seating, the 767 offers a seat-width that is surpassed only by the Boeing 777. Independent research has shown the seven-abreast seating concept in economy is popular because it places 87 percent of the seats next to a window or aisle. The 767 has the highest percentage of window seats and aisle seats of any jetliner.