Question - How far can a 757 300 fly?

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Boeing 757-300 Engines Engines maximum thrust Maximum Fuel Capacity 11, 466 gal (43, 400 l) Maximum Takeoff Weight 272, 500 lb (123, 600 kg) Maximum Range 3, 395 nautical miles (6, 287 km) Cruise Speed Mach 0. The 757 can reach top speeds of 609 miles per hour. Cruising speed is normally 500 mph. Its maximum cruising altitude is 42, 000 feet. Boeing 757-300 (753) This version of Boeing 757-300 may transport 224 passengers in three classes. First class has 6 rows with 24 seats that have 2-2 configuration. All the seats are standard. The Boeing 757 is as safe to fly as any airliner allowed to fly for any USA carriers. In this day and age, if the airline is willing to fly the plane, it is safe. In fact, it is probably beyond safe. Although the airlines don't care about you directly, they will do everything they can to keep you safe.

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The Boeing 757 was discontinued because the 737 family became too capable with the introduction of the NG models (-7/-8/-9). The 737 family could do upto 90% of the 757 missions at a lower cost. Even the Airbus A320 family was equally capable.

A 747 can seat 380 to 560 people, depending on how an airline sets it up. A full one is a moneymaker. But an airline that can't fill all the seats has to spread the cost of 63, 000 gallons of jet fuel -- roughly $200, 000 -- among fewer passengers. The jets also are too big for most markets.

Heavy (aeronautics) Certain variants of the narrow-bodied Boeing 707 and Douglas DC-8 were considered "heavy" based on MTOW. Of special note here is the narrow-bodied Boeing 757. Under current guidance, the 757 is considered large, having a MTOW of only 116, 000 kilograms (256, 000 lb).

Best Seats: Any seat in row 21 is the best pick as the exit row provides more legroom than that found in First Class. Row 20 has equivalent legroom, but recline is slightly limited. Other excellent choices for the best legroom are seats 7D, 7E and 8C, though the proximity to the lavatory and galley might be bothersome.

Economics forced it into retirement, therefore, I understand that it is an airplane of the past, not the future. No, I do not think Boeing should revive the 757, but it is possible Boeing could build a new model to fill the demand for a 180- to 200-seat high-performance airliner.

The current version of Trump Force One is a Boeing 757, which replaced a Boeing 727. It is operated as part of "Trump Air", the air assets of The Trump Organization.

2 Answers. Although the 737 has grown over the years, the 737 and 757 remain in different size classes. Both models can be ETOPS certified, although the 757 is more often used in long flights. The 757 is about 35 feet longer, seats about 50 more passengers, and flies about 2, 000 nm further (roughly twice as far).

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The 747-8, as the current new development of Boeing's largest airliner, is notably in direct competition on long-haul routes with the Airbus A380, a full-length double-deck aircraft now in service.

Boeing's website shows a list price of about $200 million for a brand new 767-300ER, but jets can come for much less than that when bought on the secondary market.

Boeing 757-200. The Boeing 757 is a mid-size narrow-body twinjet aircraft, ideal for short to medium-haul routes. The 757-200 model makes up the bulk of our fleet, with a total of 25 currently in use.

The worldwide grounding of the Boeing 737 Max, now in its eighth month, is driving up costs for airlines as they cancel thousands more flights into 2020.

The Embraer E170 or E190 has a remarkable fatal crash rate of 0. 03 per million flights. These models currently have a clean flight record and all tie for being the safest airplane: Airbus: A220, A319neo, A320neo, A321neo, A340, A350 and A380. Boeing: 717, 747-8 and 787. Embraer: 135, 140 and 145.