• 1пассажир
Secure payment

Boeing 767-200

Aircraft Information Boeing 767-200

Boeing 767-200 is a narrow-body twin-engine medium-range passenger aircraft developed and produced by Boeing. It was introduced in 1978 and first flew in 1981. The aircraft can carry up to 255 passengers over a distance of up to 6,590 km.

The Boeing 767-200 has a length of 48.5 m, a wingspan of 47.6 m, and a height of 15.8 m. The maximum speed is 913 km/h, and the maximum cruising altitude is 12,500 m. The aircraft is equipped with two Pratt & Whitney JT9D-7R4D turbofan engines, each with a thrust of 218 kN.

The Boeing 767-200 was used as a passenger aircraft, as well as for cargo and military purposes. Some airlines also used it for long-haul flights, including flights across the Atlantic Ocean.

The aircraft has been replaced by more modern models, such as the Boeing 767-300 and Boeing 787 Dreamliner. However, some airlines still have Boeing 767-200 in their fleet.

Technical information about the Boeing 767-200

- Length: 48.5 m

- Wingspan: 47.6 m

- Cabin dimensions: 4.72 m x 4.72 m

- Maximum speed: 913 km/h

- Range: 10,200 km

- Weight: 80,000 kg

- Engine: Pratt & Whitney JT9D-7R4D

- Capacity: from 181 to 255 passengers.

The most comfortable and safe places on the plane

Like in any other aircraft, the safest seats in the Boeing 767-200 are located in the rear of the cabin, closer to the exits. This is because in case of an emergency, passengers seated closer to the exits have a higher chance of survival. Additionally, the rear of the cabin usually houses the toilets and galleys, which may reduce comfort levels for passengers.

When considering comfort, the most comfortable seats in the Boeing 767-200 are found in the business class and the first row of the economy class. These seats typically offer more legroom, wider seats, and better service. However, such seats usually come at a higher cost.

In general, the choice of seat in an aircraft depends on the passenger's personal preferences. Some prefer window seats to enjoy the view, while others prefer aisle seats for quick access to the toilets and galleys. In any case, it is worth studying the cabin layout and selecting the most suitable seat before purchasing a ticket.