TYPE: Twin-jet freighter
PROGRAMME: First 767 specialised package freighter launched January 1993 by United Parcel Service order; mockup completed early 1994; first flight (N301UP) 20 June 1995. The 767-300F for general operation was ordered by Asiana in November 1993 and differs from UPS version in having mechanical freight handling on main and lower decks, air conditioning for animals and perishables on main and forward lower decks and more elaborate crew facilities.
CUSTOMERS: UPS ordered 30 parcel freighters 15 January 1993; first delivery 12 October 1995; last on 9 September 1999; two of further 30 options taken up and delivered in October and November 2001. Asiana ordered two 767-300Fs in November 1993; contract reduced to one, which was delivered 23 August 1996. Five to LAN Chile between 23 September 1998 and 9 October 2001. One ordered by GECAS; one by undisclosed customer. Total 40.
COSTS: US$122.5 million to US$134.0 million (2002 and 2003).
DESIGN FEATURES: Modifications include reinforced landing gear and internal wing structure; main deck floor strengthened to take 24 containers, each 2.24 x 3.18 m (88 x 125 in); no passenger windows; 2.67 x 3.40 m (8 ft 9 in x 11 ft 1 3/4 in) freight door forward to port; pilot-type rating and extensive component commonality with 757 Freighter.
POWER PLANT: Two General Electric CF6-80C2B6F/B7F, Pratt & Whitney PW4060/4062 or Rolls-Royce RB211-524/H turbofans; 267 kN (60,000 lb st) each.
|Cabin: Length||39.80 m (130 ft 7 in)|
|Main deck container capacity||339.5 m3 (11,990 cu ft)|
|Lower deck cargo capacity||92.9 m3 (3,282 cu ft)|
|WEIGHTS AND LOADINGS:|
|Max T-O weight: standard||185,065 kg (408,000 lb)|
|optional||186,880 kg (412,000 lb)|
|Max ramp weight||187,335 kg (413,000 lb)|
|Max zero-fuel weight||140,160 kg (309,000 lb)|
|Max landing weight||147,871 kg (326,000 lb)|
|Max wing loading||659.5 kg/m2 (135.08 lb/sq ft)|
|Max power loading||350 kg/kW (3.43 lb/lb st)|
|Range: with 40,823 kg (90,000 lb) payload||4,000 n miles (7,408 km; 4,603 miles)|
|with 50,800 kg (112,000 lb) payload||3,000 n miles (5,556 km; 3,452 miles)|