United Air Lines Boeing 767-300ER

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A Boeing 767-300ER (N644UA) lands at Heathrow Airport, London - photography by Adrian Pingstone (May 2009), and the photo is released to public domain by him.

The photograph here shows a Boeing 767-300ER passenger plane, owned by United Air Lines Inc., one of the largest airlines in the world. The company based in the United States. United Air Lines offers air travel connections to over 1,000 destinations spread over 170 countries.

The Boeing 767 is a midsized wide body airliner with twin-engines, designed, developed and manufactured by Boeing Commercial Airplanes. It was the first twinjet wide body airliner introduced by Boeing. It is actually an offshoot of the narrow body Boeing 757 twinjet aircraft. The Boeing 767 received regulatory approval for transoceanic operations in 1985.

The 767-300ER aircraft is an Extended Range version of the original 767-300. Since its first flight in 1986, the order book for the aircraft stands at and 545 planes delivered with 24 orders yet to be delivered as of January 2011.

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