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Boeing 767-400

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Nathan Smith
B764
Karter Hickling
Haha I never know how to tell the difference between the 300 and 400
Mike Boote
The 764 has a raked wingtip. You can't see it in this picture.
Also a Boeing 767-300 has turbofan engines and the -400 has turbojet engines if you check the registration
iFlyGr8
FSXBoeing737Pilot, you are wrong. Both the -300 and -400 have the same engines, Pratt & Whitney PW4000 or General Electric CF6 engines. The only major user of Turbojet's are the MD-80 family.
Max G
B767-400
karneboge
You can usually tell the difference by the windows and their positioning aft of the 2 L&R doors. Many 763's do not have 2 L&R though some do.
Steven Khuu
A B764 is longer than a 300
Curlee M Ware
Interesting livery-tail(VS)colors

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