Description of BOEING 767-300F
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The Boeing 767-300F is a cargo aircraft. It entered service in 1995, more than a decade after the Boeing 767 airliner. It can carry about 24 pallets measuring 2 by 3 metres, and 30 containers, for a total of about 55 tonnes. It has a range of 6,000 kilometres.
Its air-conditioning system enables it to transfer animals as well as perishable goods.
Boeing decided to build this cargo aircraft following an order from UPS Airlines in 1993. In 2011, FedEx Express orders many copies to replace its DC-10. In 2008, a similar model, the 767-300 BCF (Boeing Converted Freighter) flew from Singapore. The Singapore-based company ST Engineering had converted an old airliner to the 767-300 BCF, with some modifications. This BCF aircraft joined the fleet of All Nippon Airways, the launch customer of this conversion program.
Israel Aerospace Industries and Wagner Aeronautical then decided to launch programs to convert passenger aircrafts into cargo aircrafts;
In July 2019, nearly 250 copies of the 767-300F and 767-300 BCF versions were in use. In March 2020, 50 orders for Boeing 767-300F were awaiting delivery.