The Boeing 767, a widebody jet, was introduced at around the same time as the 757, its narrowbody sister, in the early 1980s. With the 707 aging, Boeing decided to offer a mid-size plane to fit in between the 727/737/757 and the 747. The aircraft has a fuselage width of 15 ft 6 in (472.44 cm) that splits the difference between the aircraft in half. The 767 was approved for U.S. CAT IIIb operation in March 1984.
- Route: Vancouver - London & retour
- Date: 2 July 2003 & 28 August 2003
- Time: 9h:25m & 9h:50m
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