B757-200

The Boeing 757-200 is a mid-size, short to medium range narrow-body twin-engine jet airliner; it is the largest single-aisle passenger aircraft Boeing has to offer. It was launched by British Airways and Eastern Air Lines to replace the Boeing 727 and entered service in 1983. The engines of the B757-200 can produce sufficient power to allow takeoffs from relatively short runways, allow it to preform well at higher altitudes than others in this class and can preform well in warmer climates.

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Statistics & Information

ICAO
B752
Name
B757-200
Operator
British Airways - OpenSkies
PAX
198
Crew
1
Cargo
0.00kg
MTOW
115680
MLW
89000
MZFW
89000
Total in Fleet
1
Service Ceiling
42,000ft
Range
3,900nm
Max Speed
1kts
Wingspan
38.00m
Length
47.00m
Height
14.00m
Engine Type
0.78

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