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      The Boeing 767-300 is a twin-engine, wide-body aircraft that was first introduced into commercial service in 1986. It has a range of up to 5,235 km and can seat up to 375 passengers in a two-class configuration. The 767-300 is an extended version of the 767-200, with a longer fuselage that provides additional passenger space and cargo capacity. This aircraft is commonly used by airlines for long-haul routes and is known for its fuel efficiency and reliability. Over the years, the 767-300 has been updated with modern technologies, including a glass cockpit, more fuel-efficient engines, and advanced aerodynamics, making it a popular choice for airlines looking for a versatile and cost-effective aircraft

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