Boeing 757-300
Boeing 757-300

Boeing 757-300. Interior layout. Characteristics. Reviews. A photo. Video.



The Boeing 757-300 is a twin-engine, narrow-body airliner designed for passenger traffic on mid-range airlines.

The aircraft developed by the American aircraft manufacturer «Boeing Commercial Airplanes», as an extended version of an airliner Boeing 757-200And it is fully unified with him. Boeing 757-300, is also one of the longest twin-engine, single-aisle aircraft.

In appearance, the Boeing 757-300 is a twin-engine turbojet monoplane with a low, swept wing and single-fin tail. The length of the aircraft is 54,47 meters with a wingspan of 38,05 meters. The passenger cabin of the aircraft can have two classes, in this case the number of seats is 243 seats, or one, economy class with 289 passenger seats. The Boeing 757-300 cabin is based on the interior of the Boeing 737, which is more comfortable than the base model - 757-200. The aircraft uses RB-211-535E4-B by-pass turbojet engines with 191,7 kN thrust, manufactured by Rolls-Royce, or PW-2043s engines with 195,1 kN thrust, manufactured by Pratt & Whitney.

Boeing 757-300 photo

Boeing 757-300 condor


For the first time, the start of work on the Boeing 757-300 aircraft was announced by Boeing at the Farnborough Air Show in September 1996. During construction, the fuselage of the new aircraft model was lengthened by 7,15 meters. The carrying capacity was also increased to 123,6 tons and the flight range was up to 6400 kilometers. The aircraft is equipped with an EFIS digital avionics complex manufactured by Rockwell Collins. Data output is carried out on six multifunctional displays.


Boeing 757-300 photo salon

Boeing 757-300 Salon


The Boeing 757-300 made its first flight on August 2, 1998, with subsequent certification in January 1999. And in March 1999, the first commercial Boeing 757-300 was transferred to the airline "Condor”, Which used it on airlines with heavy passenger traffic, as well as to replace the outdated McDonnell Douglas DC-10. In addition to the Condor air carrier, Northwest Airlines, which today is part of theDelta Air Lines","Continental Airlines»,« American Trans Air », Icelandic airline« Icelandair »and the Israeli airline« Arkia Israel Airlines ».

Production of the aircraft was suspended in 2004. During the entire production period, 55 units of the 757-300 version airliner were built. As of July 2011, there were 54 757-300 aircraft in operation. Today this aircraft continues to operate, but gradually more economical and modern airliners are taking its place. Boeing 737-900 and Boeing 737-900ER.


Boeing 757-300 cabin layout


Boeing 757-300 interior scheme


Boeing 757-300 aircraft specifications:


  • The first flight of Boeing 757-300: 2 1998 years in August
  • Production Years: c 1998 2004 year on year
  • Length: 54,47 m.
  • Height: 13,56 m.
  • Wingspan: 38,05 m.
  • Empty weight: 63650 kg.
  • Maximum takeoff weight: 123600 kg.
  • Wing area: 185,3 sq.m.
  • Cruising speed: 850 km / h..
  • Maximum speed: 914 km / h..
  • Ceiling: 12800 m.
  • Range: 6400 km.
  • Length of takeoff: 2550 m.
  • Path length: 1750 m.
  • Engines: 2 x RollsRoyce RB-211-535E4-B (191,7 kN) or Pratt & Whitney PW-2043s (195,1 kN) turbojet engines
  • Crew: 2 people
  • Number of seats: 289 seats in economy class


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