Description: The Boeing 767 is a complete family of twin-engine aircraft suitable for medium and long range operations which can accommodate from 200 to 300 passengers as well as cargo in the 767 freighter variant. The first version, a 767-200, entered service in 1982 and its final delivery occurred in 1994. The 767 family has low fuel consumption and produces less pollutant per pound of fuel than other similar twin-engine aircraft.
The Boeing 767-400ER is a stretched version of popular 767-300 airliner to carry more passengers at longer ranges than previous models. It also includes a new wing design and new engines. This aircraft offers higher comfort, payload and commonality with other Boeing jetliners as well. In 2000, Boeing delivered the first 767-400ER rolled out from the production line to Continental Airlines. It can accommodate 245, 304 or 375 passengers arranged in a three-class, two-class or one-class configurations respectively.