Boeing 767-300F

The Boeing 767-300F is a wide-body, freighter variant of the Boeing 767 family. Based on the Boeing 767-300, the 767-300F, can either be a purpose built freighter straight from manufacturer (designated as a Boeing 767-300F) or it can be a passenger model that was converted into a freighter by the Boeing Converted Freighter program (designated as a Boeing 767-300BCF). This aircraft has more capacity and range than the Boeing 757 freighter but still short of the Boeing 747 & Boeing 777 freighters that are available from Boeing. Nonetheless, the 767-300F is capable of replacing aging freighters like the Airbus A300-600F, Airbus A310F, Douglas DC-10F, and even older/smaller Boeing 767-200F where additional capacity is needed. The 767-300F can also be used for new operations to markets that can't handle a large freighter economically. The 767-300F is still in production and typically flies medium to long haul routes with moderate to heavy cargo demand.

First Flight

Max. Range

Length

Wingspan

Height

Engine Options

Seating Capacity

N/A

~6,100nm
~11,300km

180'-3"
54.94m

156'-1"
47.57m

52'-11"
16.13m

(2) General Electric CF6-80 or,
(2) Pratt Whitney JT9D-7R or,
(2) Rolls-Royce RB211

CARGO