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767 Takeoff Distance

Wed Jul 30, 2003 1:28 am

Does anyone have information on the amount of runway it takes a very lightly loaded (about 60 pax, bags, and cargo) 767-200 to take off? Also, for that aircraft, what would the approximate range be based on a takeoff runway length of 6,500 feet?

I think that Boeing might have some of these on their associated products page, however I am unable to access this info now and won´t be able to until I am back in the United States in a week.

Thanks very much!

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RE: 767 Takeoff Distance

Wed Jul 30, 2003 1:52 am

That would be around 2500nm on a 5000ft runway, no winds, 288K, sea level.
On sea level, 288K Temperature, 6300ft is the required runway length for a 767-200 (non-ER) at MTOM


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