Boeing 767-200ER is a twinjet extended-range variant of the original Boeing 767. The version was announced in 1983 seating 181 to 224 passengers. The aircraft first flew in 1984 with first delivery in 1984 to El Al airlines. 121 767-200 ER aircrafts have been ordered and delivered. The 767-200 ER became the first 767 to complete a nonstop transatlantic flight and broke the flying distance record for a twinjet airliner flying 8,727 nautical miles (16,162 km) between Halifax, Nova Scotia and Port Louis, Mauritius.
The aircraft has two turbofan podded engines mounted below the leading engines of the wings. The available engines are General Electric CF6-80 engines rated at 225 knots and 276 knots, Pratt and Whitney PW 4052, 4056, 4060 and 4062 rated at 233 to 282 knots and the Rolls Royce RB211 at 251 knots and 265 knots. The 767-200ER can fly up to 491 knots (910 km/hour) at a speed of with 290 passengers. The maximum payload is 78,390 lbs (35,557 kg).
B767-200ER is for commercial passenger and cargo transportation. The aircraft is the most widely used aircraft on cross-Atlantic routes.