Boeing 757-300

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The 757 is Boeing’s largest single-aisle aircraft, designed alongside the 767 and launched into service with British Airways and Eastern Air Lines in 1999. The 757-300 is certified to carry 295 passengers over a maximum range of 3,395 nautical miles and is almost eight metres longer than the -200. Whilst in excess of 900 -200 aircraft were produced, only 55 -300s were manufactured, with all still currently in service.

Primary operators of the 757-300 include Condor and Delta Air Lines.

Fuselage Length (m) 54.5
Tail Height (m) 13.6
Wingspan (m) 38.1
Max Take Off Weight (lb) 272,500
Max Range (nm) 3,595 NM
Max Operation Mach No 0.86
Max Configuration 295
Typical Configuration 243
Engines 2
Engine Models RR RB211, PW 2037, PW 2040, PW 2043
Primary Operators Condor, Delta Air Lines, United Airlines