Pictures of the new 767-300ER Interior

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  1. jrp2

    jrp2 Gold Member

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    I don't think these have yet been posted on MP. Looks like the lie-flat seats are the same/similar to what is been deployed on the 764s. I can't wait to see these on a SEA-PEK route. ;)

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  2. bakedpatato
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    Nice shots(crew rest too!) Nice find!
     
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  3. Sean Colahan
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    Great slideshow!
     
  4. snc1019

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    Nice!
     
  5. tommy777
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    Wow.. The Ghetto birds are moving up in the world
     
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    long overdue... I'm a not a fan of the "recliner" B/E seats.
     
  7. unityofsaints

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    Excellent! Looks like DL doesn't mind paying the gas bill for these birds.
     
  8. Sean Colahan
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    What would they replace them with until the 787 get delivered?
     
  9. rwoman
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    It'll be nice when all the refub's are done!! :)
     
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    I'd be willing to fly out of LGW if they put one of these birds on LGW-ATL. Slightly lower taxes/fees, and I can get there faster than I can get to LHR.
     
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  11. unityofsaints

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    A330.

    Considering they put back delivery of the 787 indefinitely (until 2020 officially, but that's just a friendly way of saying cancelled), I don't think they intend to use it as a replacement for the 767.
     
  12. Davescj
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    I think they'll get the 787 eventually. They are just pushing the 767 to the end of a serious life. And who can blame them? Paid off is cheaper....

    As to the 767, where is the crew bunk? I thought they put a seat or two aside for crew (usually the last row of BE, sort of a tented seat)?

    I am glad to see the pics....I'll be happier to see them actually in flight.
     
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    And hopefully the EC bulkhead will still have tons of legroom. :D
     
  14. bakedpatato
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    A certain 767 flying airline thinks the same...so much so that they paid off their mini MDs Boeings and took a loss this quarter.
    I only have one thing to say about this refurb job:
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    Update: The first 767-300ER (ship 1608) is now complete and going to return to service. Picture: here

    Quoting Delta's Blog post:

    So maybe I will get to see this plane on the SEA-PEK route soon.

    More mods to come :cool: :

     

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