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Boeing 767

The Boeing 767 was the companys first wide body twin jet aircraft. It rolled off the assembly line in 1982 with the first delivery going to United Airlines. The aircraft has been at home on medium to long range intercontinental flights and services Toronto Pearson non-stop from all over the world. There are over 1000 767's in use today by the world's airlines.

LOT Boeing 767-300 SP-LPC from Warsaw Frederic Chopin EPWA on final approach for runway 5 at CYYZ. This plane was forced to make a belly landing at Warsaw airport Tuesday, November 1, 2011 after the landing gear failed to deploy. The plane was en route from Newark with 230 people on board but no one was injured. LOT Boeing 767-300 SP-LPC from Warsaw Frederic Chopin EPWA on final approach for runway 5 at CYYZ. This plane was forced to make a belly landing at Warsaw airport Tuesday, November 1, 2011 after the landing gear failed to deploy. The plane was en route from Newark with 230 people on board but no one was injured.


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