FedEx, the largest operator of 767-300 Freighters, took delivery of its 100th 767. Boeing continues to see strong market demand for 767 airplanes, which offer outstanding operational efficiency and payload configuration.
|Payload kg (lbs)||52,480 (115,700)|
|Length||54.94 m (180 ft 3 in)|
|Wingspan||47.57 m (156 ft 1 in)|
|Height||15.85 m (52 ft)|
Up to 24 containers or pallets, each measuring 88 by 124 inches (5.4m) at the base, fit on the main deck of the 767 Freighter. The two lower holds of the airplane provide 3,282 cubic feet (92.9 m³) for seven containers and bulk loading. Total volume in the 767 Freighter is 16,034 cubic feet (454 m³)
The 767 Freighter carries up to 23,980 gallons (90,770 l) of fuel – enough to fill 1,200 minivans. It takes only 28 minutes to fill the airplane.
The 767 Freighter is equipped with powered cargo-handling equipment, both on the main deck and in lower holds, providing complete automation of the cargo-loading process, with the operator's interface through control panels and joysticks.
The 767 Freighter is capable of ferrying more than 60 tons of revenue payload 3,765 nautical miles (6,972.8 km). It cruises at approximately .80 Mach (530 mph).