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MarkW

Air Canada B767-300

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Hello!As far as I know, Air Canada operates 5 variants of the B767-300ER:B767-333/ER, B767-375/ER, B767-38E/ER, B767-3YO/ER and B767-35H/ER.Each model is fitted with a different engine type, CF6-80C2B6F and PW4060.My question is:As the B767-300ER is certified at various Maximum Take-Off Weights (from 350,000lb to 409,000lb), what are the MTOW's of the 767 variants Air Canada flies?

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Last 2 number/letters indicate the original owner33 - Air Canada75 - Canadian Airlines8E - Asian AirlinesYO - GPA Group5H - Itochu Air Lease CorpAll of the planes are 767-300ER. Sorry no information on the weights for these planes.Mark.

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Hi,Thanks for the info, Mark!Cheers,LFMNboy:)

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I understand AC has put in an order for the new 787's. Will they be replacements for their A330 and A340's?Dave F.

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The new 777's will replace the current A340's.The 767's will replace the older 767-200's. Not 100% sure about the -300's and the A330's.Mark.

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Seems to be just the one variant with at MTOW of 412,000lbs for the 767-300ER. The 767-300 has a MTOW of 350,000lbs which could be the cause for the confusion?As far as replacements for the 767 fleet, the wiki tends to lean towards the 787-8.I recently flew to the London on one of the 2 new 777's which seemed to have replaced the 767's they were using on the routes. The 2 767's were being reconditioned according to the steward. There's seems to be a wealth of info on the net about the Air Canada fleet, including Registration and Fin#'s from the Air Canada fleet page, interesting stuff.I will say I usually fly BA to London as it's a direct flight from Philly, but due to pricing I decided to choose AC which had CRJ to Toronto then 777 to London and for the return a 777 to Toronto, EMB175 to Philly. Despite the stopovers I really enjoyed the airline so it's good to have another pricing option.Ian.

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See www.boeing.com/commercial/767family/index.html

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Correct, I typed in 767 rather than 787 in my post above.787 will replace 767's

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