Description of BOEING 757
The history of the Boeing 757
Produced from 1981 to 2004, the Boeing 757 airliner is the largest single-aisle model of the American aircraft manufacturer Boeing. It is a medium-haul aircraft initially planned to replace the Boeing 727 and renew the fleet with a greater passenger capacity. Ideal for group travel, the Boeing 757 can carry between 200 and 230 passengers depending on its configuration.
The different versions of the Boeing 757
The Boeing 757 is designed with two fuselage lengths, giving rise to the 200 and 300 series.
- 1983: entry into service of the 757-200.
- 1985 and 1986: birth of a cargo version with the 757-200PF and a combined cargo-passenger version with the 757-200M.
- 1999: the stretched version of the initial model, the 757-300, enters service with Condor, a German airline.
The different versions are accompanied by various technical advances to systematically modernize the fleet.
Boeing 757: the interior configuration
The Boeing 757 is a single-aisle, wide-body aircraft. The overall configuration of the aircraft allows for up to 6 seats per row. For a First Class and Economy Class configuration, the aircraft has a capacity of 200 passengers.
Aircraft : BOEING 757
Range: Large Airliner
Seating capacity : 200 – 230 seats
Range : 7 200 km
Manufacturer : BOEING
Engines : Twin-engine
Crew : 2 Pilots + Hostesses
Speed : 850 km/h