Boeing 767-300ER

The Boeing 767-300ER or Extend Range is a wide-body aircraft and variant of the Boeing 767 family. It is a variation of the stretched model, the Boeing 767-300. As the name suggests, this aircraft has extended range by the way of additional fuel tanks and even has more range than its sister variant, the 767-200ER. The 767-300ER has the same dimensions and seating capacity as the Boeing 767-300. As the 767-300ER was and is a popular airplane, building on the range and capabilities of the 767-200ER while flying more passengers. Today, the Boeing 767-300ER is known to to the little brother to the Boeing 777 in many fleets flying the routes the bigger brother can't do economically. The Boeing 767-300ER no longer is no longer in production and was designed to fly long to ultra long-haul routes with medium to heavy demand carrying typically 261 passengers in a two-class configuration.

 

Airline

Seating Engines Types
Number of Planes
Total Breakdown In Use On Order
 Aeroflot - - -

13

(Historic)

-

AeroSvit

(Ceased Operations in 2013)

- - -

12

(Historic)

-
 Air Canada 211 24C / 187Y General Electric CF6 10 -
 Air Canada Rouge 282 24W / 258Y

 General Electric CF6

Pratt & Whitney PW4000

24 -

Alitalia

- - -

23

(Historic)

-
Austrian Airlines 

214

225

36C / 178Y

26C / 199Y

 Pratt & Whitney PW4000 6 -
 British Airways

189

244

247

259

24F / 24W / 141Y

97W / 147Y

26W / 221Y

259Y

Rolls Royce RB211 7  
 Condor

259

257

245

18C / 35W / 206Y

18C / 35W / 204Y

30C / 35W / 180Y

 General Electric CF6

Pratt & Whitney PW4000

16 -
Delta Air Lines 226 26C / 35W / 165Y

 General Electric CF6

Pratt & Whitney PW4000

58 -
El Al Israel Airlines 

215

218

228

30F / 28W / 157Y

22F / 28W / 168Y

22F / 28W / 178Y

Pratt & Whitney PW4000 7 -
Japan Airlines

252

261

237

227

199

5F / 42W / 205Y

42W / 219Y

30F / 207Y

30F / 197Y

24F / 175Y

General Electric CF6

32 -

LATAM Airlines Chile

(Subsidiary of LATAM Airlines, a merger of LAN & TAM Airlines in 2012)

217

232

28W / 189Y

16W / 218Y

General Electric CF6  19 -
LOT Polish Airlines - - -

14

(Historic)

 
Royal Air Maroc

235

236

239

 10C / 225Y

12C / 227Y

12C / 224Y

General Electric CF6 4 -
Sunwing Airlines - - -

4

(Historic)

-

Transaero

(Ceased Operations in 2015)

- - -

17

(Historic)

-

TUI fly Netherlands

(Formally branded as Arkefly)

295 31W / 264Y General Electric CF6 1 -
United Airlines

183

214

214

 6F / 26C / 71W / 80Y

30C / 49W / 135Y

30C / 46W / 138Y

 Pratt & Whitney PW4000 35 -
WestJet 262  24W / 240Y General Electric CF6 4 -

Zoom Airlines

(Ceased Operations in 2008)

- - - 4  -

F = First Class | C = Business Class | W = Premium Economy | Y = Economy Class | Cargo = Dedicated Cargo Freighter