Introducing one of Delta’s long haul powerhouses from 1998 to 2017 - meet N143DA.
The 767 is a twin engine, wide-body aircraft, designed and built by Boeing. The -300 type has a longer fuselage than the 767-200 by 21.1 ft (6.43 m), accomplished by adding portions before and behind the wings for an overall length of 180.25 ft (54.9 m). The wings, engines, and most of the equipment on the 767-300 were virtually unmodified from the -200. It seated 269 passengers over a range of 3,900 NM. The added capacity of the 767-300 was put to use on high-density, long haul routes. Delta received its first 767, a -200 model, in October 1982 and as of 2022 has 65 767-300ER and -400ER’s in active service and remains the largest commercial operator of Boeing 767s globally.