This model is built within a couple of percent of actual general dimensions very near to scale.
It comes with a good amount of detail on the exterior of the model. It includes all the textures and materials.
It has animateable control surfaces including ailerons, flaps, inboard flaps, elevators, stabilizers, rudder, landing gear doors, turbines and retractable landing gear.
This model comes with different airlines liveries and is available in several formats. The model is built to be used in in-flight animations and video or simulation. It can also be used to populate an airport scene.
The Boeing 767-300 was a further development of the Boeing 767 family of passenger liners. It has been in use since the late 1970s. The 767-300 was the first stretched version of the aircraft.