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1989-2006

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After Boeing 767-200ER, VARIG decided to get the larger version Boeing 767-300ER. The first Boeing 767-341ER arrived in 1987, followed by three more units ordered directly from Boeing’s factory. B767-300ER operated international flights between Rio de Janeiro and the USA and Europe, between Brazil’s northeast region and the USA and Europe and between São Paulo and South America. Moreover, those planes also operated on some domestic routes with highest demand and charters flights.
In 1997 VARIG received more two units. When B767-200ER were retired, in 2003, VARIG added more two units to its fleet, reaching eight Boeing 767-300ER.

VARIG Boeing 767-300 Configurations:

191 seats
First Class: 10 seats (2+1+2 seats per row)
Business Class: 36 seats (2+2+2 seats per row)
Economy Class: 145 seats (2+3+2 seats per row)

211 seats
Business Class: 26 seats (2+2+2 seats per row)
Economy Class: 185 seats (2+3+2 seats per row)

217 seats
Business Class: 32 seats (2+2+2 seats per row)
Economy Class: 185 seats (2+3+2 seats per row)

221 seats
Business Class: 32 seats (2+2+2 seats per row)
Economy Class: 189 seats (2+3+2 seats per row)

 

No. of units operated: 10

Constructor: The Boeing Company, USA

Engine: Two General Electric CF6 - 80C2B6F

Wingspan: 47.57 m

Length: 54.90 m

Height: 16,14 m

Cruising Speed: ​​935Km/h

Range: 11.000km

Maximum flight altitude: 12,800m

Maximum takeoff weight: 181.436Kg
Maximum number of passengers: 290
Maximum number of passengers (VARIG’s configuration): 213-223
Fuel capacity: 61,800 liters
Minimum runway length: 2,665 m

 

 

 

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