The Boeing 767 is an American-made wide-body twin-engine airliner that was designed for long-range flights. It was introduced in 1982. It was Boeing's first wide-body twinjet, as well as the first widebody twinjet to reach 1,080 aircraft deliveries. It was developed alongside the Boeing 757, a narrow-bodied aircraft with similar features as the 767, meaning a 757 pilot could easily fly a 767 with a bit of extra training.

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