The Boeing 767’s once-lofty prominence in the global long-range airline fleet may be waning, but its mark on history is etched in stone. It was the first widebody twin to record 1,000 deliveries and the first widebody designed for a two-person crew. Most significantly, the two-engine aircraft carried twin long-range overwater flights from unheard-of to commonplace in no time. An El Al 767-200 completed the first nonstop transatlantic flight by a widebody twin, flying from Tel Aviv to ...
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