Delta Air Lines 767-332(ER) N194DN
Image by caribb
Schiphol Airport Feb 18 2005. Delta’s 767-300 arriving from New York or Atlanta at Gate G8
*Airplanes 101* (See Airplanes 101 Set)
Name: Boeing 767-300, 767-300F
Manufacturer: Boeing (USA) .
Main Role: large capacity medium-very long range mainline jetliner
Basic design: Two engined double ailed wide body mainline jetliner.
Capacity: Roughly 218-269 passengers
First delivery date: 1986
Still in production in 2006: Yes
Easily confused for: 767-200, 767-400, A300, A330, A310
Main identifying points: The tail cone and tail are probably the 767’s best identifyer.. the cone is very conical and the tail’s baseline sweeps down to meet it whereas most Airbus widebodies have a relatively horizontal baseline in their tails. Also the 767 has sharper and more defined edges on the tail and cockpit windows than the Airbus rivals. Some aftermarket 767 winglets (like those on the latest 737s) are available but so far are rare sights. The 767-300 nice proportioned visually. Other than the longer fuselage the fact is has two over-wing emergency exists and no raked wingtips (like the 767-400) it is identical to the other 767 models.
Examples of Main Operators: Continental, American, United, Delta, US Airways, British Airways, Air Canada, British Airways, Alitalia, KLM, Aeroflot, JAL, ANA, Varig, Qantas and many more.
For more pics of 767 aircraft see the Boeing 767 group here at Flickr.
*Airlines 101* (See the Set Airliners 101)
Name: (DL) Delta Air Lines
Region: North America
Based in: Atlanta, Georgia, USA
Hubs: Atlanta, Salt Lake City, Cincinnati, New York JFK, Los Angeles
Fleet: 737, 757, 767, 777, MD-80, MD-90
Type: Global American carrier. One of the largest airlines in the world.
Alliance Membership: Sky Team
Note: 2008 Delta agreed to merge with Northwest and remain as Delta Air Lines… to become the large airline on the planet. (Picture: DL in current livery)