The 767-300ER's increased range is made possible by greater fuel tankage and a higher MTOW of 407,000 pounds (185,000 kg). Design improvements allowed the available MTOW to increase to 412,000 pounds (187,000 kg) by 1993. Power is provided by Pratt & Whitney PW4000, General Electric CF6, or Rolls-Royce RB211 engines. Typical routes for the type include Kuala Lumpur to Australia. The combination of increased capacity and range offered by the 767-300ER has been particularly attractive to both new and existing 767 operators, allowing it to become the most successful version of the aircraft. Airlines have placed more orders for the type than all other variants combined.
The Boeing 767-300ER is Air Malaysia's first long-haul airliner and was acquired on the 5th of December of 2013 and was placed right into service when airline was launched
Boeing Commercial Airplanes
269 (Three-class configuration)
5,625 nmi (10,418 km)
51.9m (170 ft 4 in)
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Orders & Deliveries
Air Malaysia currently has 0 on order and 3 currently in service!
> To be phased out of the fleet in 2014 > Will be replaced by the more advanced 787 Dreamliner fleet