lanperu
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767 Questions

Sun Mar 03, 2002 7:49 am

Hi I had some questions about the 767-200ER, I was wondering if it was faster or slower than the A340/A330 family. I know that it is a very economical plane, but does it sacrifice power?
 
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RE: 767 Questions

Sun Mar 03, 2002 7:59 am

I believe the engines that are on the 767-200 could not power the A330, but I do not know for sure. I have never had any problems on the 762 when I have flown on it. It is a great plane, as are the 767-300 and the 767-400.
 
cba
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RE: 767 Questions

Sun Mar 03, 2002 8:17 am

The 767 was designed mainly with fuel efficiency in mind, as it was designed during the oil crisis. It sacrifices speed for fuel efficiency.
 
Ilikecrashes
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RE: 767 Questions

Sun Mar 03, 2002 8:36 am

The -67's engines produce much more power than those of the A330. Thats by about 20 thousand pounds. strange, i think.
 
northstardc4m
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RE: 767 Questions

Sun Mar 03, 2002 8:46 am

Ilikecrashes, you better do your math again:

767-200ER: least powerful engine: PW4050 @ 56750
most powerful engine: CF6-80C2B4 @ 57900

A330-300: least powerful: PW4164 @ 65500
most powerful: GE CF6-80E1A2B @ 72500

A330-200 is same or higher powered, 767-300 and -400 are higher but still under 63000lbs
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cba
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RE: 767 Questions

Sun Mar 03, 2002 8:47 am

Comparing the 762 to the A333 is like comparing apples to oranges. A more appropriate comparison would be the 764 and maybe the 763 vs the A332.
 
762er
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RE: 767 Questions

Sun Mar 03, 2002 10:28 am

All 7576 family aircraft as well as the 764 typically cruise at .80 mach and may go up to .83 mach. I believe the A330-300/200 family was designed to cruise between .78-.81 with a maximun mach no. of .84. They're pretty close, just depends on how the airlines like to fly them.

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