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Boeing Boeing 767-400

The Boeing 767-400 is a two-engined long-range widebody airliner with a capacity of maximum 375 passengers produced by the American manufacturer Boeing Commercial Airplanes.

The Boeing 767-400 is a development of the Boeing 767-300 with a stretched fuselage (6,47m / 21 ft 3in) and increased wing span (+4,42m / 14ft 6in). The 767-400ER is the only production version of the 767-400.

 

Specifications for the Boeing 767-400
Crew 2  
Passengers 243 / 296, max. 409  
Propulsion 2 Turbofan Engines  
Engine Model General Electric CF6-80C2B8F  
Engine Power (each) 269,6 kN 60600 lbf
Speed 850 km/h 459 kts
      528 mph
Mmo (max. Mach) Mach 0.86  
Service Ceiling 13.137 m 43.100 ft
Range 10.416 km 5.624 NM
    6.472 mi.
Empty Weight 103.147 kg 227.400 lbs
max. Takeoff Weight 204.116 kg 450.000 lbs
max. Landing Weight 158.757 kg 350.000 lbs
Wing Span 51,99 m 170 ft 7 in
Wing Area 290,7 m² 3129 ft²
Length 61,37 m 201 ft 4 in
Height 16,80 m 55 ft 1 in
First Flight 09.10.1999  
Production Status in production  
Developed from Boeing 767-300  
ICAO Code B764  
IATA Code 764  
FAA TCDS A1NM  
EASA TCDS A.035  
Data for (Version) Boeing 767-400ER  
Variants 767-400ER  

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