With Global and long haul flights here, I feel that this would be a valuable asset to Infinite Flight.
About the aircraft:
Designed to replace A300’s, A310’s, and L-1011’s, the Boeing 767-400ER first began service with Continental Airlines in 2000. A total of only 37 aircraft were delivered, 16 to Continental and 21 to Delta Airlines. There was one more made, but was sold as a private VIP jet. The 767-400’s are still in service today with no sign of retirement anytime soon. They are mainly used on long haul flights, or charters for sports teams.
Some things that set this apart from the 767-300ER are raked wingtips, increased passenger capacity, larger water tanks, extended length, new interior, and newer flight deck.
Cruising Speed: 517 MPH (832 KMH)
Range: 6,336 miles (10,197 KM)
Passenger Capacity: 246
Length: 201 feet 4 inches
Wingspan: 170 feet 4 inches
Height (tip of tail to ground): 55 feet 4 inches (16.87 m)
MTOW: 450,000 lb (204,120 kg)
MLW: 350,000 lb (158,760 kg)
Fuel Capacity: 24,140 gallons (91,377 liters)
Delta Airlines (21 in service)
United Airlines (16 in service)
In addition, there are multiple liveries. The private one, Delta, Delta Breast Cancer, Delta’s old livery, United, United Star Alliance, and Continental.