The Boeing 767-200ER is a state-of-the-art aircraft used for both passenger and cargo service. This mid-size, twin-engine jet was Boeing’s first wide-body twinjet and its first airliner built with a two-crew glass cockpit.
The 767 is a clean and fuel-efficient aircraft offering the lowest operating cost per trip of any wide-body aircraft. The wings are thicker, longer and less swept that the wings of earlier Boeing jetliners, providing excellent take-off performance and fuel economy.
Cargojet, a Canadian-based air cargo airline, was the first Canadian air cargo operator to introduce this aircraft to their fleet. Its 767-200ER is capable of carrying a structural payload of up to 100,000 pounds utilizing 19 upper deck positions, as well as containerized and loose load lower cargo compartments.
Various types of cargo can be carried on the main deck including odd size cargo, live animals and perishable products.
Operators: Cargojet, UPS, American Airlines, United Airlines, Air Italy
Country: United States
First Flight: September 8, 1982
Cockpit Crew: 2
Cruise Speed: 851 km/h (470 knots)
Height: 5.41 m (17 ft 9 in)
Length: 54.9 m (180 ft 3 in)
Wing Span: 47.6 m (156 ft 1 in)
Passenger Capacity: 15,468 cubic feet of cargo space or 224 (2 class) passengers
Maximum Take-Off Weight: 179,170 kg (395,000 lbs)
Maximum Range: 11,825 km (6,385 nm)
Engine: x 2 Pratt & Whitney PW4000, GE CF6-80C2
Did you Know? In 1989, the 767 became the first jetliner approved for 180-minute extended operations (ETOPS) allowing for more direct, time-saving trans-Pacific and trans-Atlantic flights.
YVR Connection: The B767 is a common sight on the runways and aprons at YVR. Cargojet operates of fleet of B767-200ER, carrying cargo to domestic and international markets.