Comprising superior quality, solid, substantial injection molded plastic components with a simple snap-fit design that allows for easy assembly without the need for glue, this SkyMarks 1/200 scale Air Canada Cargo Boeing 767-300F measures approximately 10-3/4-inches long with a 10-1/16-inch wingspan and comes complete with a Display Stand. An accurate, true-to-scale reproduction of the actual aircraft, the model is great for collectors and features authentic, highly detailed graphics and markings. The wide-body, twin-engine Boeing 767 jetliner was introduced by the company to complement its larger Boeing 747 by serving specific markets that were not practical for or could not be served by the bigger plane. The Boeing 767 enabled seven abreast cross seating and featured Boeing's first two-crew glass cockpit, which was jointly developed for the 757, not only permitting a common pilot type rating, it did away with the necessity for a flight engineer, forever changing the architecture of the cockpit. Having entered service in September 1982 with United Airlines as the launch customer for the Boeing 767-200, Boeing subsequently released five further variants of the 767, including the extended range 767-200ER in 1984, the stretched 767-300 in 1986, and the extended range 767-300ER in 1988, which was the most popular variant of the line. Boeing then introduced its first freighter version of the 767 in 1995, the 767-300F followed by the 767-400ER, a second stretched passenger version of the aircraft that was released in 2000. Initially used for U.S. transcontinental flights, after the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) established the special flight regulations via ETOPS (Extended-Range Twin-Engine Operations Performance Standards), an acronym pertaining to established rules and parameters by which twin-engine aircraft must operate. To reiterate from above, the Boeing 767-300F, which is the freighter version of the passenger Boeing 767-300ER - Extended Range, went into service in 1995 with UPS as its launch customer and is configured with a main deck and lower deck cargo doors. Able to transport up to 116,000 lbs. of cargo over 3,200 nautical miles, the Boeing 767-300F is an all-around, popular cargo plane, as it meets the demands of airlines around the world.