Boeing 767-300F designed to deliver The 767-300 Freighter is more fuel efficient than competing aircraft in the medium-widebody freighter market. Excellent fuel efficiency, operational flexibility, lownoise levels and an all-digital flight deck allow the 767 Freighter to support time-critical cargo schedules even at airports with stringent noise and emissions standards. The 767 has evolved through time to meet ever-changing market requirements. The 767-300F is the latest iteration of that evolution. It benefits from the advanced avionics, aerodynamics, materials and propulsion incorporated on the Boeing 767 passenger airplanes. Its proven combination of light, durable aluminum alloy and composite structure helps make the 767-300F lighter than competing freighters. The 767 Freighter is similar in external appearance to 767 passenger airplanes, except for the lack of passenger windows and doors. The interior of the main-deck fuselage has a smooth fiberglass lining. A fixed, rigid barrier installed in the front end of the main deck serves as a restraint wall between the cargo and the flight deck. A door in the barrier wall permits in-flight access from the flight deck to the cargo area. In addition, the 767 has a bright future in expanded applications, particularly for military use in tanker and command and control applications. The 767-300F unrivaled for reliability and profitability The freighter model is the industry’s touchstone for efficiency among medium widebody cargo airplanes and is ideal for developing new long-haul, regional, or feeder markets. Thanks to its intercontinental range capability and highly efficient payload configuration, the 767-300F is the best fit in the midsized freighter market. Operators around the world agree, in this market segment, the flexibility and economics of the right-sized 767-300F make it one of the best assets in a fleet. Schedule reliability—an industry measure of departure from the gate within 15 minutes of scheduled time— is nearly 99 percent for the 767. Fleetwide, daily utilization is more than 10 hours. Boeing 767-300F designed to deliver The 767-300 Freighter is more fuel efficient than competing aircraft in the medium-widebody freighter market. Excellent fuel efficiency, operational flexibility, lownoise levels and an all-digital flight deck allow the 767 Freighter to support time-critical cargo schedules even at airports with stringent noise and emissions standards. The 767 has evolved through time to meet ever-changing market requirements. The 767-300F is the latest iteration of that evolution. It benefits from the advanced avionics, aerodynamics, materials and propulsion incorporated on the Boeing 767 passenger airplanes. Its proven combination of light, durable aluminum alloy and composite structure helps make the 767-300F lighter than competing freighters. The 767 Freighter is similar in external appearance to 767 passenger airplanes, except for the lack of passenger windows and doors. The interior of the main-deck fuselage has a smooth fiberglass lining. A fixed, rigid barrier installed in the front end of the main deck serves as a restraint wall between the cargo and the flight deck. A door in the barrier wall permits in-flight access from the flight deck to the cargo area. In addition, the 767 has a bright future in expanded applications, particularly for military use in tanker and command and control applications. The 767-300F unrivaled for reliability and profitability The freighter model is the industry’s touchstone for efficiency among medium widebody cargo airplanes and is ideal for developing new long-haul, regional, or feeder markets. Thanks to its intercontinental range capability and highly efficient payload configuration, the 767-300F is the best fit in the midsized freighter market. Operators around the world agree, in this market segment, the flexibility and economics of the right-sized 767-300F make it one of the best assets in a fleet. Schedule reliability—an industry measure of departure from the gate within 15 minutes of scheduled time— is nearly 99 percent for the 767. Fleetwide, daily utilization is more than 10 hours. The 767-300F proven in efficiency and econom suited to directly accommodate transfer of pallets and containers commonly used in existing widebody freighters, such as the 777and 747, as well as those from single-aisle freighters, including the 757-200. This allows an operator to interline freight from one airplane to another until it reaches its destination. The 767 Freighter features a large cargo door on the main deck of the forward fuselage, a single crew-entry door and a freighter interior. Cargo-handling – made easy The 767 Freighter is equipped with powered cargo-handling equipment, both on the main deck and in lower holds. The cargo-handling system provides complete automation of the cargo-loading process, with the operator’s interface through control panels and joysticks. The freighter’s main deck has both interior and exterior master control panels as well as local control panels to provide maximum flexibility. The cargo-handling system’s power-drive units move the cargo containers into and out of the airplane and are equipped with high-tech sensors. The sensor information is fed back to the system’s microprocessor-based controllers, which move only the power-drive units necessary to load each container, preventing wear and tear on the equipment and improving reliability. Another advantage is that the power-drive units weigh less than those used on previous airplanes. A unique feature of the cargo-handling system is the extensive use of built-in test equipment, or BITE, which allows troubleshooting in the event of a system problem. This function not only detects and isolates controller faults, it also provides the maintenance operator with a series of automated tests to isolate other system faults. Environmental control system changes make the airplane suitable for transporting live animals and perishable goods. Plenty of fresh air is delivered to the cargo areas, and temperatures can be controlled to cool or heat the freight appropriately.

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