Delta Air Lines  Boeing 767-332ER  N1610D        (c/n 


                                              The Extended Range version of the Boeing 767 became the vehicle of choice of many airlines
                                              for their overseas routes after the FAA allowed twin engined aircraft to be used on long over
                                              water flights in the mid 1980s.   They are especially useful for flights from North America to
                                              Europe.  This very recent shot (January 2006) by Jan Vogel shows a typical Delta 767-332ER
                                              at Berlin's Tegel airport.    The series 300 has two fuselage extensions totaling some 21 ft fore
                                              and aft of the wing, allow a maximum passenger configuration of 360.