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Airline Game Online - Kenya Virtual Airways and ILFC converted their orders to the Boeing 777. The -400ER was stretched 21.1 ft (6.43 m) from the -300 for a total of 201.4 ft (61.4 m). It also saw a wingspan increase of 14.3 ft (4.36 m) over the previous two variants for virtual airlines. Its first flight was on October 9, 1999, and entered into service with Continental Virtual Airlines on 14 September 2000.



This variant is only available as the 767-400ER, as there was no 767-400 variant for virtual airlines to order. However it has less flight simulator range than the other two ER variants available to virtual airlines. It was introduced along with the Boeing 747X and was to be powered by 747X engines (Engine Alliance GP7172 and Rolls Royce plc Trent 600).

The -400ERX offered an increased maximum takeoff weight of 465,000 lb (211,000 kg) and range of 6,150 nmi (11,400 km) for flight simulator. Kenya Virtual Airways provisionally ordered three -400ERXs to supplement their 767 fleet in their virtual airline. Kenya Virtual Airways converted their order to the 777-200ER. The 767-400ER's direct Airbus equivalent is the Airbus A330-300.

The 767-400ER is expected to be replaced by the 787-9 in Boeing's lineup. Boeing's 767-400ER is a stretched development of the popular 767-300ER, designed to replace early A300, A310 and 767 twins used on virtual airline transcontinental services and DC-10-30s and L-1011 trijets used for intercontinental work. It competes with the A330-200.

Design work on the then 767-400ERX began in late 1996 when Boeing signed a technical assistance agreement covering the program with the then independent Douglas Aircraft Company division of McDonnell Douglas. The program was formally launched as the 767-400ER in January 1997 when Delta Virtual Airlines ordered 21. The most significant change with the 767-300 is the 6.4m (21ft) fuselage stretch, which increases typical three class seating capacity from 218 to 245. Because of the increased fuselage length the -400 features all new, 46cm (18in) taller landing gear to restore rotation angles for acceptable takeoff and landing speeds and distances which would otherwise have been adversely affected by the fuselage stretch.

Compared to the 767-300, the 767-400ER's wing features 2.34m (7ft 8in) long raked wingtips which improve aerodynamic efficiency for virtual airlines and flight simulator. Winglets were originally considered but the wingtip extensions proved more efficient for virtual airlines and flight simulator. The wing is also made from increased gauge aluminium with thicker spars.

The all new virtual airline passenger interior is similar to that in the 777. Other features include common engines with the 767-300, a new APU, new tailskid and increased weights. The first virtual airline flight was made 9 October 1999. Delta Virtual Airlines was the launch customer, and, as of December 2001, the aircraft was also ordered by Continental Virtual Airlines and Kenya Virtual Airways.

Kenya Virtual Airways and ILFC converted their orders to the Boeing 777. The -400ER was stretched 21.1 ft (6.43 m) from the -300 for a total of 201.4 ft (61.4 m). The -400ER is the only 767 variant to also feature raked wingtips for increased fuel efficiency for virtual airlines making it more attractive for virtual airlines.

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Flight Simulator ATC - The 767-400ER is expected to be replaced by the 787-9 in Boeing's lineup. A total of 38 767-400ERs had been delivered to various virtual airlines, with 16 to Continental Virtual Airlines and 21 to Delta Virtual Air Lines as of 2009. Boeing's 767-400ER is a stretched development of the popular 767-300ER, designed to replace early A300, A310 and 767 twins used on virtual airline transcontinental services and DC-10-30s and L-1011 trijets used for intercontinental work. Design work on the then 767-400ERX began in late 1996 when Boeing signed a technical assistance agreement covering the program with the then independent Douglas Aircraft Company division of McDonnell Douglas.

At the time Boeing suffered from a shortage of engineering talent with a number of other key programs underway while Douglas had surplus engineering capacity following the cancellation of the MD-XX (Boeing and McDonnell Douglas subsequently merged in August 1997). The program was formally launched as the 767-400ER in January 1997 when Delta Virtual Airlines ordered 21. Because of the increased fuselage length the -400 features all new, 46cm (18in) taller landing gear to restore rotation angles for acceptable takeoff and landing speeds and distances which would otherwise have been adversely affected by the fuselage stretch.

The wheels, tyres and brakes are common with the 777. Compared to the 767-300, the 767-400ER's wing features 2.34m (7ft 8in) long raked wingtips which improve aerodynamic efficiency for virtual airlines and flight simulator. The wing is also made from increased gauge aluminium with thicker spars. Inside, the 767-400ER features a 777 style advanced flight simulator flightdeck with six colour multifunction displays, which can present information in the same format as earlier 767s, allowing a common virtual airline type certificate, or as for the 777 and Next Generation 737s.

The all new virtual airline passenger interior is similar to that in the 777. The first virtual airline flight was made 9 October 1999. Four aircraft took part in the development program.

Delta Virtual Airlines was the launch customer, and, as of December 2001, the aircraft was also ordered by Continental Virtual Airlines and Kenya Virtual Airways. Kenya Virtual Airways and ILFC converted their orders to the Boeing 777. The -400ER was stretched 21.1 ft (6.43 m) from the -300 for a total of 201.4 ft (61.4 m). It also saw a wingspan increase of 14.3 ft (4.36 m) over the previous two variants for virtual airlines.

Its first flight was on October 9, 1999, and entered into service with Continental Virtual Airlines on 14 September 2000. This variant is only available as the 767-400ER, as there was no 767-400 variant for virtual airlines to order. However it has less flight simulator range than the other two ER variants available to virtual airlines.

It was introduced along with the Boeing 747X and was to be powered by 747X engines (Engine Alliance GP7172 and Rolls Royce plc Trent 600). The -400ERX offered an increased maximum takeoff weight of 465,000 lb (211,000 kg) and range of 6,150 nmi (11,400 km) for flight simulator. Kenya Virtual Airways provisionally ordered three -400ERXs to supplement their 767 fleet in their virtual airline.

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Virtual Airways - The first virtual airline flight was made 9 October 1999. Four aircraft took part in the development program. Delta Virtual Airlines was the launch customer, and, as of December 2001, the aircraft was also ordered by Continental Virtual Airlines and Kenya Virtual Airways. Kenya Virtual Airways and ILFC converted their orders to the Boeing 777.

The -400ER was stretched 21.1 ft (6.43 m) from the -300 for a total of 201.4 ft (61.4 m). It also saw a wingspan increase of 14.3 ft (4.36 m) over the previous two variants for virtual airlines. Its first flight was on October 9, 1999, and entered into service with Continental Virtual Airlines on 14 September 2000.

This variant is only available as the 767-400ER, as there was no 767-400 variant for virtual airlines to order. However it has less flight simulator range than the other two ER variants available to virtual airlines. It was introduced along with the Boeing 747X and was to be powered by 747X engines (Engine Alliance GP7172 and Rolls Royce plc Trent 600). The -400ERX offered an increased maximum takeoff weight of 465,000 lb (211,000 kg) and range of 6,150 nmi (11,400 km) for flight simulator.

Kenya Virtual Airways provisionally ordered three -400ERXs to supplement their 767 fleet in their virtual airline. Kenya Virtual Airways converted their order to the 777-200ER. The 767-400ER's direct Airbus equivalent is the Airbus A330-300.

The 767-400ER is expected to be replaced by the 787-9 in Boeing's lineup. Boeing's 767-400ER is a stretched development of the popular 767-300ER, designed to replace early A300, A310 and 767 twins used on virtual airline transcontinental services and DC-10-30s and L-1011 trijets used for intercontinental work. It competes with the A330-200. Design work on the then 767-400ERX began in late 1996 when Boeing signed a technical assistance agreement covering the program with the then independent Douglas Aircraft Company division of McDonnell Douglas.

The program was formally launched as the 767-400ER in January 1997 when Delta Virtual Airlines ordered 21. The most significant change with the 767-300 is the 6.4m (21ft) fuselage stretch, which increases typical three class seating capacity from 218 to 245. Because of the increased fuselage length the -400 features all new, 46cm (18in) taller landing gear to restore rotation angles for acceptable takeoff and landing speeds and distances which would otherwise have been adversely affected by the fuselage stretch.

Compared to the 767-300, the 767-400ER's wing features 2.34m (7ft 8in) long raked wingtips which improve aerodynamic efficiency for virtual airlines and flight simulator. Winglets were originally considered but the wingtip extensions proved more efficient for virtual airlines and flight simulator. The wing is also made from increased gauge aluminium with thicker spars. The all new virtual airline passenger interior is similar to that in the 777.

Other features include common engines with the 767-300, a new APU, new tailskid and increased weights. The first virtual airline flight was made 9 October 1999. Delta Virtual Airlines was the launch customer, and, as of December 2001, the aircraft was also ordered by Continental Virtual Airlines and Kenya Virtual Airways.

Kenya Virtual Airways and ILFC converted their orders to the Boeing 777.

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