Japan Airlines Orders Six Boeing 767-300ERs

Japan Airlines has placed a new order for three Boeing 767-300ER Freighters and three 767-300ER passenger airplanes. The freighters are the first 767-300ER Freighters ordered by Japan Airlines. General Electric CF6-80C2 high-bypass turbofan engines will power the new airplanes.

Boeing has delivered 930 767s that are flown by more than 100 operators worldwide. The 767 Freighter is the only 60-ton freighter with international capability and can accommodate a combined maximum payload capability of 16,034 cubic feet (454 cu m).

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