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4.5 MB
Softimage (.xsi)
3.19 MB
OBJ (.obj)
4.22 MB
3DS Max (.max)
6.12 MB
Maya (.ma)
3.74 MB
Lightwave (.lwo)
3.27 MB
Cinema 4D (.c4d)
2.45 MB
3D Studio (.3ds)


GeometryPolygon mesh
3D Printable Ready
Game Ready (low poly)
UV Mapped
Unwrapped UVsMixed
3D ModelsAircraftCommercial→ B767 Air Pacific

B767 Air Pacific 3d model

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The B767 is a mid-size, wide-body twinjet airliner produced byCommercial Airplanes. Passenger versions of the 767 can carry between 181 and 375 passengers, and have a range of 5,200 to 6,590 nautical miles (9,400 to 12,200 km) depending on variant and seating configuration. The 767 entered into airline service in 1982. (wiki) 


All major surface textures are 2048x2048. Color, Bump maps provided. Photoshop templates are available for download, and are 4096x4096 in resolution.

The 767, built in Everett, Wash., alongside the Seven 47, can carry from 200 to 300-plus passengers. The 767 is a wide-body, double-aisle jet, but, like the smaller standard-body 757, is designed for fuel efficiency. Both planes have nearly identical digital cockpits, allowing crews to be easily qualified on both. The 767-200 was first ordered in 1978, and the last was delivered in 1994. Its extended-range model (767-200ER) entered service in 1984. The 767-300 was first ordered in 1986 and was followed by its extended-range model, first delivered in 1988.The 767 family currently includes three passenger models -- the 767-200ER, 767-300ER and the 767-400ER. The 767-400ER, which first flew in 1999, can carry 304 passengers in a two-class configuration more than 7,000 miles. The 767 Freighter, based on the 767-300ER fuselage, rolled out in May 1995 and was first delivered in October 1995.In December 1991,offered a modified 767 commercial jetliner as the platform for its Airborne Warning and Control System (AWACS), previously carried aboard the 707.In 2000, launched the 767 tanker/transport designed to replace the aging KC-135s. Equipped with both the-developed boom-and-receptacle and the hose-and-drogue aerial refueling systems, the 767 tanker/transport offers maximum operational flexibility along with full European Union and NATO interoperability. While maintaining its tanker capability, the cabin area can be configured to carry passengers, cargo or both. In July 2001 the Italian Air Force announced the purchase of four 767 tanker/transports and options for two more. (net)
Price: $79.00
Date added: Oct 16, 2015
Last update: Oct 16, 2015
Product id: 5620a233ccff752c638b4567
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