Boeing 767-200 Charter Flights
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Boeing 767-200 Charter Flight Information
A distinguished icon of jet travel, the Boeing 767-200 jet charter is one of the most widely-used airliners in the world. It is a twin-engine jet airliner, designed to carry 216 passengers on a medium to long-range flight.
The original Boeing 767-200 entered service in 1982. Its cousin, the extended-range 767-200ER model entered service in 1984. The 767-200 is the first twin-engine jet wide-body type to reach 1,000 aircraft delivered. As of 2018, Boeing has delivered 1,133 of the 767s worldwide.
This is the ideal aircraft to take a large group across the American continent or even trans-Atlantic to Europe.
The aircraft has all the amenities one would expect for a large jet airliner. Although configurations vary, here are the most common features:
- high capacity, with room for 216 passengers
- 15.5-foot wide body, and 9-foot ceilings
- 2,875 cubic feet of luggage space
- fore and aft lavatories, some models also have a convenient mid-cabin lavatory
- full galley kitchen for meals and refreshment service
The Boeing 767-200 is capable of 4,474 miles (3,900 nautical miles) and the 200ER extended range jet is capable of 7,580 miles (5200 nautical miles), depending on speed and weather. In the real-world distances, this means you could easily fly from Miami to London, or Seattle to San Juan, Puerto Rico, non-stop.
Top speed is .75 Mach (557 mph), typical cruising speed is 529 mph
Since its inception, the Boeing 767-200 jet charter set the standard in global airliner travel. And though newer airliners have emerged in the years since, the 767-200 is still a robust, practical aircraft. If you need to fly 200 people to a destination several time zones away, this remarkable jet will get you there in comfort.
Boeing 767-200 Charter Rates (Per hour)
* Pricing is based on aircraft availability and the positioning requirements of the aircraft.
Cabin configurations may vary
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