Aircraft

Boeing 767 Flight Simulator | Gatwick, London UK

The Boeing 767 first entered service in Sept. 8, 1982 and is a wide bodied twin engine passenger aircraft. Since then 767 have flown more than 16.2 million flights and carried about 4 billion passengers. It is the favourite aircraft on Atlantic routes and flies across the Atlantic more frequently than any other aircraft type. It is also the first wide body aircraft to have been stretched twice in order to give the -300 (21 feet longer than the 767-200) and the -400ER (31 feet longer than the 767-300) options to airliners. 

The air flowing through a 767-400ER engine at take-off power could inflate the Goodyear Blimp in seven seconds. It takes about 45 gallons (170 litres) of fuel per passenger to get from New York to London on board a 767-400ER. The same volume of gasoline would get an economy car about half of that distance. It takes just under 24,000 gallons of fuel to fill a -300ER or -400ER version of the 767, enough to fill 1,200 minivans and only takes 28 minutes to fill the aircraft. If one of the 767s CF6-80C2B8F engines was attached to a typical car, at take-off power the car will accelerate from 0 to 60mph in less than half a second! Even with this much power, the noise produced on a typical take off on a 3000m runway, is the same level as the average street corner traffic noise. 

The Boeing 767 is produced with over 3.1 Million parts, sourced from over 800,000 suppliers around the world. It can cruise at a maximum altitude of 43,000 feet. There are 90 miles of electrical wiring in a 767-200ER, 117 miles in a 767-300ER and 125 miles in a 767-400ER. Pilots who fly the Boeing 757 can also fly the Boeing 767 without extra training as both types are so similar in terms of flying and procedures.

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