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3D model of the Boeing 767-400 ER, long range widebody airliner. Paint scheme: United Airlines.
* The model is provided in 2 configurations:
1 - Landing gear down, for ground scenes. 2 - Landing gear removed and landing gear doors closed, for aerial scenes.
* Textures are included in this download as Accompanying Files - see Textures on the right side of the page - they're applied and mapped so the model is ready to render.-
* The scenes are NOT included.
With the intention of replacing the aging DC-10-30, it was launched a programme to develop the 767-400 ER in early 1997. The aims and objectives of the programme were met by stretching the existing 767-300 ER fuselage by some 6.4 metres. This lengthening modification is split into a 3.4 metre forward stretch and a 3.0 metre aft stretch. The increase in length allows the new aircraft to seat 15% more passengers than the original 300 series. This translates into a seating capacity of 245 to 375 passengers and allows the aircraft to fill the niche between the 767-300 and the 777-200. The targetted market segment positions the new aircraft as a keen competitor to the A330-200.