The 767-300 commercial airliner first flew on 30 January 1986. It can carry up to 325 passengers - 40 more than the previous 767-200 variant. The fuselage of the 300 series was lengthened by 6,43 m for this purpose. High fuel efficiency and comfort for passengers made this airplane to one of the most popular airliners over the world. Superior flight quality was demonstrated on 23 June 1983 when an Air Canada jet run out of fuel during flight from Ottawa to Edmonton and effected a successful landing after more the 20km of gliding distance. Over 1000 planes of the 767 series have been manufactured. Requires assembly and painting.
The equipment and appearance of the model can be changed by the manufacturer without special notice.