The 767-300 was jointly developed by three countries.[note 1] Its design boasts low fuel consumption, low engine noise, low operational costs, and ease of maintenance. The aircraft can also perform short take-offs and landings on runways 1,800 meters long.
The 767-300's specifications are as follows:
- Width: 47.6 m
- Length: 54.9 m
- Height: 15.9 m
- Top Speed: Mach 0.9[note 2]
- Cruising Distance: 3,370 km[note 2]
Air Ixiom is the only known operator of the 767-300. On March 14, 2005, during the Continental War, Air Ixiom Flights 701 and 702—both flying 767-300s—carried defectors to ISAF-held territory with vital information on Stonehenge. Mobius 1 escorted the airliners and defended them from Federal Erusea Air Force aircraft, allowing them to land safely at Los Canas.
- This likely refers to American company Boeing, Italian company Aeritalia, and a Japanese aerospace consortium. The latter two signed a risk-sharing agreement with Boeing for the 767's high development costs.
- The top speed and cruising distance are not accurate with the real-world 767-300, which features a top speed of Mach 0.8 and a range of 7,200 km.