Austrian Airlines 767-300ER

With the 757 rework underway, one hopes that the 767 may not be too far behind,

With that, I hope you will support this feature request for one of the most beautiful 767 liveries out there.

About Austrian Airlines
Austrian Airlines, sometimes shortened to Austrian , is the flag carrier of Austria and a subsidiary of the Lufthansa Group.

The airline was formed in 1957 by the merger of Air Austria and Austrian Airways but traces its history back to 1923 at the founding of Austrian Airways. Throughout much of the company’s existence, it was a state-owned entity. On 31 March 1958, the airline performed its scheduled service, flying a leased Vickers Viscount it subsequently purchased its own Viscount fleet. On 18 February 1963, Austrian ordered its first jet-powered airliner, the Sud Aviation Caravelle. It subsequently introduced various models and derivatives of the Douglas DC-9 jetliner; by the end of 1971, Austrian was an all-jet operator. During the 1980s, it introduced the DC-9-80, otherwise known as the McDonnell Douglas MD-80, to its fleet. Various airliners produced by Airbus, Boeing, Fokker, and other manufacturers were introduced across the 1980s and 1990s.
Source: Wikipedia

About Austrian 767-300ER

The modern, low-wing plane was the first long-haul aircraft from Boeing with just two engines and has a range of more than 10,000 km.

In a manner of speaking the Boeing 767 is the little sister of the Boeing 777-200ER. The wide-body aircraft offers lie-flat beds in Business Class and particularly comfortable seats in Premium Economy Class. In Economy Class, extra legroom seats provide additional comfort.
The most popular routes are our connections to Washington, Montreal and Beijing and the travel destinations can change depending on the season.

Manufacturer Boeing Commercial Airplane Company, Seattle, USA
Names - Austrian Airlines painting China (OE-LAW), India (OE-LAZ), Thailand (OE-LAT), Salzburger Festspiele (OE-LAX), Wiener Sängerknaben (OE-LAE), Japan (OE-LAY)
Engine Pratt & Whitney, PW 4060-3
Maximum thrust 2 x 60,900 Ibs
Total fuel 73,100 kg
Maximum weight 41,962 kg
Maximum take-off weight 186,883 kg
Maximum landing weight 145,150 kg
Aircraft type Long-haul passenger aircraft
Number in the fleet 6
Wingspan 47.57 m
Length 54.94 m
Height 15.85 m
Maximum speed 930 km/h
Maximum cruise altitude 13,137 m
Maximum range when loaded 9,800 km

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Voted ! :)

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Thank you!

Voted. Calling @soorajrajivekumar

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Voted! It always was and in this times especially is the backbone of the Austrian Airlines long haul fleet. I often see them flying to ORD and Taipei

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Yup, voted! Thank you :)

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Voted :) Thankyou !

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Voted hope to see this beautiful bird in the IF skies

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Thank you everyone for your votes and support so far.

Fitting that today LOWW and OS are featured. Many people don’t realise how big the airline is, a sizeable fleet serving many destinations.

I would love to see the livery in IF, voted!

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We need this!

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bump


Let’s get some votes!