The Boeing 767-300ER Efficiency and Economics for the Mid-range Market
The Boeing 767-300ER is sized between the single-aisle 757 and the larger, twin-aisle 777. The 767 passenger airplane has built a reputation among airlines for its profitability and comfort.
- 767-300ER -- approximately 21 feet (6.43 m) longer than the 767-200ER
The Boeing 767s cabin width is more than 4 feet (1.2 m) wider than single-aisle jetliners, and the 767's versatile design allows customers to select four, five, six, seven or eight abreast seating to best suit their operational requirements.
The extended-range airplanes typically have three-class seating of 181 to 245 passengers, using five-abreast, 747-sized first class seats; six-abreast business class and seven-abreast economy class.
Lower-deck volume available for baggage and cargo ranges from 2,875 cubic feet (81.4 cu m) for the 767-200 to 4,580 cubic feet (129.7 cu m) for the 767-400ER.
An industry measure of departure from the gate within 15 minutes of scheduled time -- is over 98 percent for the 767. Fleet-wide, daily utilization -- the actual time the airplane spends in the air -- averages more than 10 hours.
Boeing has delivered more than 1,000 767s that are flown by over 120 operators around the world.