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Boeing 767-300

Aircraft Information Boeing 767-300

Boeing 767-300 is a medium-haul passenger aircraft developed by the American company Boeing. It was introduced in 1986 and has become one of the most popular aircraft in the world.

Boeing 767-300 has two engines and can carry up to 350 passengers for distances up to 11,000 km. Its length is 54.9 meters and wingspan is 47.6 meters. The maximum speed of the aircraft is about 850 km/h.

The Boeing 767-300 is used for flights on medium and long distances. It is widely used by airlines around the world, including Delta Air Lines, United Airlines, American Airlines, Air Canada, and many others. Currently, the Boeing 767-300 is being replaced by more modern models such as the Boeing 787 Dreamliner.

Technical information about the Boeing 767-300

- Length: 54.9 m

- Wingspan: 47.6 m

- Cabin dimensions: 4.72 m x 4.72 m

- Maximum speed: 913 km/h

- Range: 11,065 km

- Weight: 124,740 kg

- Engine: Pratt & Whitney PW4000 or General Electric CF6-80C2

- Capacity: from 218 to 350 passengers (depending on cabin configuration)

The most comfortable and safe places on the plane

As a rule, the safest seats on the Boeing 767-300 aircraft are located in the rear section of the cabin, as they are closer to the exits in case of an emergency situation. It is also recommended to choose seats near the aisle to quickly exit the plane if necessary. However, if you prefer more legroom, it is better to choose seats near the exits as they usually have more space. Additionally, it is advisable to avoid seats near the wings as they may be noisier and the turbulence may be more noticeable.