Boeing 757-300Go back
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|
|Max Take Off Weight (lb)||272,500|
|Max Range (nm)||3,595 NM|
|Max Operation Mach No||0.86|
|Engine Models||RR RB211, PW 2037, PW 2040, PW 2043|
|Primary Operators||Condor, Delta Air Lines, United Airlines|