The 757 is a twin-engine, narrow-body, mid-size jet airliner manufactured by Boeing. Models intended to carry commercial passengers are typically able to accommodate up to 289 individuals, and have long haul flight range of 5,700 to 7,600 km, depending on the model and the chosen internal configuration. The Boeing757 is available in two models, the original 757-200, which made its debut in 1983, or the 757-300 which was released in 1999.
The difference between the two is the length of their fuselage, with the 757-300 being the stretched version. There are other versions available too, including the 757-200PF, a production freighter version, the 757-200M, a combination model, and passenger models that were adapted for use with cargo, along the lines of the 757-200SF model.
The 757 was released in 1978, with the intention of superseding the 727 on short haul and medium haul routes. Initial sales were slow, but since then the single aisle 757 has gone from strength to strength. The 757 has become a popular choice for airline operators in Europe and the United States, for both commercial and private charter purposes.
The Boeing 757 has also been used for military purposes, as well as transport for government officials and VIPS. The 757 was designed simultaneously with the wide-body 767, with shares many characteristics with it, such as the glass cockpits, not to mention to similarities in operation for the two man crew, which enable pilots to receive clearance to fly both jets after completing the one course.
The aircrews piloting Boeing 757 have flying experience far exceeding any FAA requirements. All flights are operated by Part 135 carriers. To charter a Boeing 757 please call New York +1 516 432 5901 or Los Angeles: +1 310 205 8959 or Florida: +1 786 661 2302. Chartering an airliner opens up a world of possiblities. Have a smaller group of about 70 click here.
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