I downloaded a 767-200ER from Project Opensky and a 767-300ER from IFDG, but I'm confused with their range.
767-300ER has a range of 3960nm according to the planes specs, however the real plane has a range 5505 or 5875nm depending on the engines.
Which is correct?
The 767-200ER does not specify its range, but the real plane's range is 6625-6670nm. Is it the same?
I ask because I'm flying Mexico City-Paris and don't want to find myself with no gas in the middle of the Atlantic.
Coming to think of it, I guess this post should've been in the Aircraft section of the forum....sorry guys!
Is this an all boys (men? haha) forum or are there any girls?
Wrong forum but before you go I found this
There is no range given for the200/300 model but a range map here
So i think you will be ok,unless Opensky have made it a bit more fuel hungry
I got the range from airliners.net aircraft data & history section.....which should be more or less accurate.
We'll see what boeing has to say