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Boeing 767-300.

The Boeing 767-300 is a mid-size, dual aisle, twin-engine jet manufactured by Boeing, the American aerospace company. It was the first wide-bodied twin jet manufactured by Boeing and was initially designed alongside the Boeing 757. Both the 767 and 757 share many features in terms of design, which allows pilots to be commonly trained on both with minimum additional training.

We make versatile use of the Boeing 767-300 by deploying it on our longhaul network, our European network and even occasionally on our domestic network.

Customer benefits include:

  • Audio and video entertainment available on selected shorthaul routes
  • Personal audio and video systems for all seats on longhaul routes
  • Configured in one, two or three classes

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Technical information

Boeing 767-300
Number in fleet 7 (with an additional aircraft in our OpenSkies fleet)
Passenger capacity up to 259 (1, 2 or 3 class)
Length 54.9m (180 feet 3 inches)
Wingspan 47.6m (156 feet 1 inch)
Height 15.6m (61 feet 1 inch)
Engines 2× Rolls Royce RB211-524H
Maximum speed 913km/h (568mph, Mach 0.86)
Range 11,065km (6,875 miles)

Seating plans

We operate a variety of seat configurations on our Boeing 767-300, ranging from 189 seats on long haul routes and up to 244 seats on our flights within the UK and Europe. These are examples of our most common configurations:

If you have a booking, you'll find your flight's specific configuration in Manage My Booking.

Did you know?

The 767 is the favourite aircraft on Atlantic routes; it flies across the Atlantic more frequently than any other aircraft type.

Where does the Boeing 767-300 fly?

The aircraft operates on a variety of routes, including:

Please note: the aircraft may vary for operational reasons.

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