The Boeing 767 was Boeing’s first twin-engine wide body jet airliner and became very popular on the world’s airways. The 767-300ER was the most popular version of the 767, making up more than half of total 767 deliveries.
The Boeing 767 began as design studies in 1972 for an airliner to replace the older Boeing 707.
This evolved into a twin aisled medium range and capacity airliner similar to the Airbus A.300.
It was launched in July 1974, planned to be produced in three versions of different lengths of which the 767-300 was the mid length version.
The first 767-300 entered service in 1986 and the 767-300ER (Extended Range) began entering service 1988.
A total of 582 were manufactured,.
This model represents VH-OGJ flying in Australian (a Qantas subsidiary) colours between September 2002 and May 2006.
Revell 1/144 kit with kit, Draw and Aviagraphics decals completed by Leigh Edmonds in July 2013.