BOEING 767-200/300


Title: Boeing 767-200/300

The Boeing 767 was Boeing’s first wide-body twinjet and first flew in 1981, entering service in 1982. It had a two-crew glass cockpit, the first for Boeing, developed jointly for the smaller 757 allowing a common type rating. Initially used on US transcontinental routes, the development of ETOPS rules extended its operations to transoceanic routes.

Nearly 1200 had been built by late 2019, when only freighter and military variants remained on order. The passenger variant was replaced by the 787.

This title contains the TWA flight manual for the Boeing 767-200/300 and two interesting manufacturer’s brochures. The files have been scanned from the original documents and retain any colour pages.



This title contains:

  • Trans World Airlines (TWA) Flight Handbook for the Boeing 767-200/300, last revised on 26-10-92 with approx. 737 pages.
  • Manufacturer’s technical brochure titled “Boeing 767 Flight Deck”, Boeing document D6T-11260-1441 dated Sept 1994 with approx. 102 pages.
  • Manufacturer’s publicity brochure titled “767 “, undated with approx. 13 pages (most double-side).