A Boeing 767-300 has an overall measurement of approximately 176 feet in length, with a height of 52 feet at the tail. The plane also has a total wing span of 156 feet, with a engine distance of 30 feet and 6 inches.
The Boeing 767-300 is a stretched variant of the 767-200 model, and its development was announced in February of 1982. The airplane model had the exact same flight deck and system plan from the 767-200 with only minor changes being made.
The first 767-300 made its maiden flight on Jan. 30, 1986, before being granted official certification to enter commercial flight in September of the same year.