Boeing 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.

Side view of the Boeing 767-300ER in Austrian design

Characteristics

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.

Your benefits as a passenger

The seats of the Boeing 767-300ER are fitted with a relax function, touchscreen and USB connections.
In Premium Economy Class the aircraft has seats with a width of up to 48.3 cm and a pitch of 40°.
The high-tech Business Class seats can be adapted in seconds to create an almost two-metre long bed.

Extras

Touchscreen entertainment in all travel classes

Integrated USB connections at all seats

Extra wide seats in Premium Economy Class

Seat with bed function in Business Class

Description

Aircraft type Long-haul passenger aircraft
Number in the fleet 6
Seats Business Class: 26
Premium Economy Class: 18
Economy Class: 167
Total: 211
Maximum seat pitch Business Class: 44" (111.8 cm)
Premium Economy Class: 38” (96.5 cm)
Economy Class: min. 30" (76.2 cm)
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

Technical information

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