Airlines operating Boeing 767-400ER airplanes

The Boeing 767-400ER was the final stretch version of the 767 family and ultimately only entered service with two airlines: United (originally Continental) and Delta. Only 37 units were delivered. The 767-400ER features a further fuselage stretch of 21.1 feet (6.43m) over the 767-300ER increasing passenger capacity by over 30 seats in a typical mixed class layout. The new model entered service in 2000 but the resulting heavier aircraft had less range and reduced take-off performance. By this time the Airbus A330-200 was starting to dominate this field and Boeing went on to design a successful successor: The B787 Dreamliner.

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