What is the cost of a Boeing 757?
the cost of a Boeing 757-200 is $65 million and the cost of a 757-300 is $80 million
10 - 30 million USD
A 757-200 costs US$65 Million and a -300 costs US$80 Million.
It honestly depends on what type of 757 you use. 757-200, -200F, -200WL, or -300 Boeing 757-200: 3,900 nautical miles Boeing 757-200F: 3,150 nautical miles Boeing 757-200WL: 4,100 nautical miles Boeing 757-300: 3,467 nautical miles
A 757-200 in 2002 would cost about $65 million. There seems to be no updates on that price - so a bargain.
2680 dollar(Fuel+other expenses such as maintenance)
A Boeing 757 weighs from 220,000 pounds up to a maximum of 255,000 pounds. The 757 is a mid-size jet airliner.
a Boeing 757 is a narrow body jet airliner
Maximum takeoff weight for a Boeing 757-300 is 123,600 kg (272,500 lb)
A Boeing 757 weighs between an empty weight of 127,000 lbs to 142,000 lbs.
From nose to tail, the Boeing 757 is 155' 3".
a 767 is bigger than a 757
The 757 is a jet airplane. It does not have propellors.
The Boeing 757 is a narrow body medium haul aircraft while the Boeing 777 is a wide body long haul aircraft and is much larger and is designed to fly international routes.
The 757 is considerably larger.
No, the Boing 757 is a single deck aircraft.
The 757 is out of production but its prices in 2002 were: US$65 Million for the 757-200 and US$80 Million for the 757-300.
Yes, much. The 757 is a narrow body, one storey aircraft, while the 747 is a widebody and has 2 levels.
Boeing 737 or Boeing 757.
Its top speed, according to Boeing, is 609 mph
they use the following Boeing 757-200 Boeing 757-300 Boeing 767-200 Boeing 767-300 airbus A320-100 & 200 i think there may be a few more versions of the airbus aircraft they fly but theres most of umm.
Not at the moment
A Boeing 757-223
It was a Boeing 757.
A loaded 757-200 can travel for 7,222km while a loaded 757-300 can travel for 6,287km
There are many airlines that primarily use Boeing 757 planes. These airlines include Delta Airlines, United Airlines, American Airlines and UPS Airlines.
The 4 engine Boeing 707 was replaced by the 2 engine 757.
what is the weight of a 757 fan cowl
530 miles an hour
155 knot average
Seats 10A and 10F
A Boeing 757.
124 feet 10 inches
I assume you mean the plane, in which case it is Boeing.
A Boeing 757 burns around 2,000 pounds of fuel during take off. The actual amount of fuel varies based on the load of the plane.
A Boeing 757 jet can reach speeds of 485 knots. 485 knots is equal to 558.12 miles per hour or 898.22 kilometers per hour.
The plane was a Boeing 757 that crashed in a field on September 11, 2001. It is considered a jumbo jet by many in case you don't know what a Boeing 757 is.
An American Airlines Boeing 757.
Boeing 757-200s, Boeing 767-300/-300ERs, Boeing 777-200ERs, and Lockheed Tristars L-1011s
They are both the same aircraft - The 757 has 2 main variants: the 757-200 (752) and the 757-300 (753). The 757-200 is the more common variant, with around 1000 built. The 757-300 is longer and is used primarily for charter flights. Only around 50 were built. The ICAO (Internation Civil Aviation Organisation) uses the codes '752' and '753' to shorten the name to use on radar etc.
The four airplanes, all operated by American airline companies, were # American Airlines Flight 11, a Boeing 767-223ER # United Airlines Flight 175, a Boeing 767-200ER # American Airlines Flight 77, a Boeing 757-223 # United Airlines Flight 93, a Boeing 757-222
777 is bigger than a 737. from smallest to largest 737, 757, 767, 777, 747 It goes like this (from small to big) 737, 757, 787, 767, 747, 777
Birmingham - A321 Luton - A320 Gatwick - Boeing 757 Manchester - Boeing 767
The 757 has a service ceiling of 42,000ft so it is legally capable of flying at any altitude up to 42,000ft
The final production model of the Boeing 757 was the 300 series. The two main engines for 757-300 are the Rolls Royce RB211-535E4B and Pratt & Whitney PW2043. The PW2043 has a rated output of 43,000 pounds of thrust while the Rolls Royce is 43,100.
Boeing 757 maximum fuel capacity 757-200: 43,490 L (11,489 US gallons) 757-200PF: 42,680 L (11,276 US gallons) 757-300: 43,400 L (11,466 US gallons)
The 757-200 is the definitive version and forms the majority of 757s sold. It shares its fuselage cross section with the smaller 727 and 737. Boeing positioned the plane above the 737 and as an eventual replacement for the 727. At first it was meant to be a little shorter in length. In the end it was positioned not only above the 737, but also the 727. This variant can carry 228 passengers in a… Read More
American Airlines Flight 11, a Boeing 767-200 United Flight 175, also a Boeing 767-200ER American Airlines Flight 77 was a Boeing 757-200. AA77 United Airlines Flight 93, was also a 757-200.
Depends which airline you are flying with. Some do, some don't.
138 knots average