Template - Boeing 767-400ER

by 3DWarehouse
The 767-400ER, the first Boeing wide-body jet resulting from two fuselage stretches, entered service with Continental Airlines in 2000. The type features a 21.1-foot (6.43-metre) stretch over the 767-300, for a total length of 201.25 feet (61.3 m). The wingspan is also increased by 14.3 feet (4.36 m) through the addition of raked wingtips. Other differences include an updated cockpit, redesigned landing gear, and 777-style Signature Interior. Power is provided by uprated Pratt & Whitney PW4000 or General Electric CF6 engines. The FAA granted approval for the 767-400ER to operate 180-minute ETOPS flights before it entered service. Because its fuel capacity was not increased over preceding models, the 767-400ER has a range of 5,625 nautical miles (10,418 km), less than previous extended-range 767s. Typical routings for the type include London to Tokyo. A longer-range version, the 767-400ERX, was offered for sale in 2000 but cancelled a year later, leaving the 767-400ER as the sole version of the largest 767.There is only the -400ER variant, and no -400 variant. The variant's only two airline customers, Continental Airlines (now merged with United Airlines) and Delta Air Lines, received 37 aircraft, with no unfilled orders. All 37 of the 767-400ER were in service as of July 2013.]One additional example was produced as a military testbed, and later sold as a VIP transport. The type's closest competitor is the Airbus A330-200. Thanks to 707 and Tristar for the Delta 767-400.