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BOEING 767-200

Wide-body, twin-engine, long-range, efficient, early variant, versatile, commercial airliner.

Specifications
Seats181
Bagagge Capacity181 x 10kg
Speed530 mph ( 851 km/h )
Range3,850 nautical miles (7,130 kilometers),
Interior Width4.7m
Interior Height2 m

BOEING 767-200DetailsShort Overview

The Boeing 767-200 is a wide-body twin-engine jet airliner developed by Boeing Commercial Airplanes. It was the first model of the 767 family, designed to provide efficient operations for airlines on medium- to long-haul routes. The 767-200 entered service in 1982, offering a combination of range, passenger comfort, and operational efficiency. Here are the key specifications and features of the Boeing 767-200:

  • Crew and Passengers: The 767-200 typically requires a cockpit crew of two. In a two-class configuration, it can seat around 181 passengers, with 18 in business class and 163 in economy class. In a single-class setup, it can accommodate up to 224 passengers, though configurations can vary significantly between airlines.
  • Engine Options: The aircraft can be powered by a range of engines from different manufacturers, including the Pratt & Whitney JT9D-7R4, the General Electric CF6-80A, and the Rolls-Royce RB211-524G, each offering specific performance advantages.
  • Performance:
    • Cruise Speed: The typical cruise speed of the 767-200 is Mach 0.80 (approximately 530 mph or 851 km/h at cruising altitude).
    • Range: With a full passenger load, the 767-200 has a range of up to 3,850 nautical miles (7,130 kilometers), enabling it to serve a wide variety of international routes.
    • Service Ceiling: The maximum operating altitude is 43,000 feet (13,106 meters).
  • Dimensions:
    • Length: 159 feet 2 inches (48.5 meters), making it the shortest variant in the 767 family.
    • Wingspan: 156 feet 1 inch (47.6 meters), or 170 feet 4 inches (51.9 meters) with winglets, which some aircraft have been retrofitted with to improve performance.
    • Height: 52 feet (15.8 meters).
  • Maximum Takeoff Weight (MTOW): The MTOW of the 767-200 is approximately 315,000 pounds (142,882 kilograms), although this can vary based on the specific model and engine configuration.
  • Cargo Capacity: The 767-200 offers a lower deck cargo volume of around 3,770 cubic feet (106.8 cubic meters), in addition to the passenger luggage, making it capable of carrying significant cargo loads in conjunction with passenger service.
  • Avionics: The 767-200 was equipped with advanced avionics for its time, including the Electronic Flight Instrument System (EFIS) and, in later models, the Enhanced Ground Proximity Warning System (EGPWS) and Traffic Collision Avoidance System (TCAS).
  • Cabin Features: The cabin of the 767-200 was designed for long-haul comfort, featuring twin-aisle access with a 2-3-2 seating configuration in economy class, which is preferred by passengers for its fewer middle seats.

The Boeing 767-200 has been praised for its reliability, operational efficiency, and versatility, serving airlines in various roles from mainline passenger service to freighter conversions. While many 767-200s have been retired from passenger service, some continue to fly in cargo and charter operations.

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