United Airlines Fleet Boeing 767-300ER Details and Pictures

United Airlines Fleet Boeing 767-300ER Details and Pictures. As of today, United Airlines operated 38 wide-body aircraft Boeing 767-300ER to serve domestic and international long haul flights.

The 767-300ER, the extended-range version of the 767-300, entered service with American Airlines in 1988. 

The type’s increased range was made possible by greater fuel tankage and a higher MTOW of 407,000 lb (185,000 kg).

Design improvements allowed the available MTOW to increase to 412,000 lb (187,000 kg) by 1993.

Power is provided by Pratt & Whitney PW4000, General Electric CF6, or Rolls-Royce RB211 engines.

Typical routes for the type include Los Angeles to Frankfurt.

Boeing 767 322ER cnserial number 25286444 United Airlines N649UA windy takeoff from Zurich Airport to Washington Dulles
Boeing 767 322ER cnserial number 25286444 United Airlines N649UA windy takeoff from Zurich Airport to Washington Dulles

United Airlines Aircraft Fleet Boeing 767-300ER Ages and Registration Number

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United Airlines Fleet Boeing 767-300ER Cabin Specification and Class Configuration

United Airlines operated 3 cabin version of this wide-body aircraft (Boeing 767-300ER). Below is the UA 767-300ER cabin version details.

Polaris class on this aircraft features a standard First Class Open Suite seat in Polaris first and a standard Business Class seat in Polaris business.

Both transform into a fully flat bed.

Polaris inflight service is offered.

Due to the shape of this version of Polaris business class seat, there is no underseat storage, and it is difficult to exit the window seats when the passenger in the adjacent aisle seat is fully reclined.

Economy Plus is offered on this aircraft type.

Economy Plus is not a separate class of service but is standard economy with up to 5 inches of extra legroom.

These seats are located nearer to the front of the aircraft and passengers in this section will be served first.

Charges for these seats will depend on routing and may be purchased at the of booking or check-in.

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United Airlines Wide Body Aircraft Boeing 767-300ER Seat map version-1 (6/26/151 configuration)

Interior elementsUnited Polaris℠ first classUnited Polaris℠ business classUnited Economy Plus®United Economy®
Number of seats6267180
Seat numbers1A-2K6A-9K, 10JKAB in rows 13 and 14; 19A-27K, 28ABJK28CEH, 29A-39K
Exit rows/doorsFront of cabinFront of cabinRow 19 and 20Back of cabin
Seat configuration1-1-20012-2-20022-3-20022-3-2002
Standard seat pitch6’6″ (198 cm) sleeping space6’4″ (193 cm) sleeping space34″ (86 cm)31″ (78 cm)
Standard seat recline180°180°5″ (12 cm)4″ (10 cm)
Seat width22″ (55.8 cm)18.8″ (47.8 cm)17.6″ (44.9 cm)17.6″ (44.9 cm)
Movable aisle armrestsRows 1-2Rows 6-10Rows 21-28BJRows 29-39BJ
EntertainmentSeatback on-demand and personal device entertainmentSeatback on-demand and personal device entertainmentSeatback on-demand and personal device entertainmentSeatback on-demand and personal device entertainment
Wi-FiYesYesYesYes
Power outletsYesYes
USB portsYesYes
Fixed bassinets19CEH

Seat Map and Seating Chart Boeing 767 300ER Three Class United Airlines
Seat Map and Seating Chart Boeing 767 300ER Three Class United Airlines

This 3-class International Premium Travel Experience product features 6 Polaris first open suites, 26 Polaris business bed seats, 71 Economy Plus seats, and 80 Economy seats.

First class may transport 6 passengers on open suites that have 180 degrees recline.

The seats 1C and 1K have no floor storage during take-off and landing.

Close location of the lavatories may represent problem for passengers of these seats.

Business first class has 26 flat bed seats. Most of them are located in 4 rows that have 2-2-2 configuration.

All the seats of this class have no floor storage during take-off and landing.

When the aisle seats are fully reclines it is quite difficult for passengers of the windows seats to exit.

Proximity of the galleys may be bothersome for passengers of the seats 9CH, 10JK, 13AB and 14AB.

The seats 13AB and 14AB have misaligned windows.

The seats in economy plus class have 2-3-2 configuration.

The seats of the 19th row are located between two exit rows.

That is why these seats may have limited recline.

As the tray tables are built-in the armrests the width of these seats is reduced a little.

Also these seats have no floor storage during take-off and landing.

Other passengers tend to gather in this area in order to visit lavatories and causing discomfort to passengers of these seats.

The seats 19AB and 19JK may also have limited legroom.

Passengers of the seats 20AB and 20JK will take advantage of extra legroom thanks to the exit row located in front.

At the same time these seats are less reclining and are narrower than standard as the tray tables are in the armrests making them immovable.

The other seats of the 20th row, i.e. the seats 20CEH may have limited recline as well.

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The seats of the economy class are located in 11 rows per 7 seats in each.

All these seats are standard.

Only the seats of the last 39th row have a little reduced width.

Their close location to the galley and lavatories may represent a problem.

The seat 39A may have less legroom because of the entertainment equipment that is stored here.

The seats 39CEH are often reserved for crew members during long-haul flights.

United Airlines Wide Body Aircraft Boeing 767-300ER Seat map version-2 Seat map (30/184 configuration)

Interior elementsUnited Polaris® business classUnited Economy Plus®United Economy®
Number of seats3049135
Seat numbers1A-6L16A-22L23A-42B
Exit rows/doorsFront of cabinSeats 21AB, 21KL, 22AB, 22KLBack of cabin
Seat configuration2-1-20022-3-20022-3-2002
Standard seat pitch6’3″ (190 cm) sleeping space35″ (88 cm)31″ (78 cm)
Standard seat recline180°6″ (15 cm)5″ (12 cm)
Seat width20.6″ (52.3 cm)18.5″ (46.9 cm)18.5″ (46.9 cm)
Movable aisle armrestsRows 1-6Rows 17-22Rows 23-42
EntertainmentSeatback on-demand and personal device entertainmentSeatback on-demand and personal device entertainmentSeatback on-demand and personal device entertainment
Wi-FiYesYesYes
Power outletsYesYesYes
USB portsYesYesYes
Fixed bassinets1AB, 1KL16EF

Seat Map and Seating Chart Boeing 767 300ER Two Class United Airlines
Seat Map and Seating Chart Boeing 767 300ER Two Class United Airlines

This 2-class international configuration of United’s 767-300 features 30 Polaris flat bed seats, 49 Economy Plus seats, and 135 Economy seats.

Polaris class on this aircraft features a standard Business Class seat which transforms into a fully flat bed. Polaris inflight service is offered.

The seats of the business first class consists of 6 rows of seats that have 2-1-2 configuration.

These are flat bed seats that have 180 degrees recline.

The seats of the 1st row have no floor storage during take-off and landing.

Close location of the galley and lavatories may represent problem for passengers of the seats 1B and 1K.

The seats 5A and 5L have misaligned windows.

The seat 6D is reserved for crew members.

Economy Plus class has 49 standard seats that have 2-3-2 configuration.

The seats 16AB and 17AB are reserved for crew members.

The seats 16DEF and 16KL may have less space for passengers’ legs because of the position of the bulkhead.

Another disadvantage of these seats is lack of floor storage during take-off and landing.

The seats 18AB are considered good seats as they have extra legroom due to the fact that the seats in front do not recline.

However, as TV screens are built-in the armrests the width of these seats is slightly reduced.

Also these seats have no floor storage during take-off and landing.

As there is exit row behind the seats of the 20th row have either limited reclining or are not reclining at all.

For the same reason (another exit row), the seats 21AB and 21KL may have limited recline.

The seats 21DEF have extra legroom but other passengers tend to bump into these seats.

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Passengers of the seats 22AB and 22KL will take advantage of extra space for their legs.

But it can get cold from the exits during the flight, the width of these seats is reduced a little and there is no floor storage for these seats during take-off and landing.

The seats 22A and 22L have no window-side armrests.

There are 135 standard seats in the economy class.

All these seats are standard. Only the seats 41DEF, 41KL and 42AB are considered bad seats as these seats are located in the last row of the airplane and may be less reclining or not reclining at all.

Other passengers tend to congregate in this area while waiting to use lavatories and it may cause discomfort to passengers of these seats.

United Airlines Wide Body Aircraft Boeing 767-300ER Seat map version-3 Seat map (30/184 configuration)

Interior elementsUnited Polaris® business classUnited Economy Plus®United Economy®
Number of seats3046138
Seat numbers1A-10L16A-21L, 22AB, 22KL22DEF, 23A-41L, 42KL
Exit rows/doorsFront of cabinRow 21
Seats 22AB, 22KL
Back of cabin
Seat configuration1-1-20012-3-20022-3-2002
Standard seat pitch6’3″ (190 cm) sleeping space34-43” (86-109 cm)31″ (78 cm)
Standard seat recline180°4″ (10 cm); 1.8” (4.6 cm) 20AB and 20KL4″ (10 cm); 3” (7.6 cm) 41DEF and 42KL
Seat width20.6″ (52.3 cm)18.5″ (46.9 cm)18.5″ (46.9 cm)
Movable aisle armrestsSeats 2A, 2L, 4A, 4L, 6A, 6L, 8A, 8L, 10A, 10LRows 16-20, 21AB, 21KL, 22AB, 22KL22DEF, rows 23-42
EntertainmentSeatback on-demand and personal device entertainmentSeatback on-demand and personal device entertainmentSeatback on-demand and personal device entertainment
Wi-FiYesYesYes
Power outletsYesYesYes
USB portsYes
Bassinets1F16DEF

United Airlines Fleet Wide Body Aircraft Boeing 767-300ER Inflight Amenities Information

  • Audio. In all classes of this aircraft, there is a wide array of audio entertainment. Additional information may be accessed by clicking here.
  • Video. United offers access to many hours of Audio and Video OnDemand (AVOD), games, and a map on personal LCD screens. Additional information may be accessed by clicking here.
  • AC Power. There are regular 110V AC and USB power ports in Polaris first and Polaris business. There is USB ports in all classes.
  • Internet. United Airlines offers access to internet service. Connectivity is available for laptops and mobile devices. The service is available once the aircraft reaches 10,000 feet cruising altitude. Click here for more information.
  • Food. Full service meals, snacks, and beverages are available on all United Airlines flights. Type of service depends on class and length of flight. Additional information may be accessed by clicking here.

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