2017 – Thank you for visiting my Boeing 757 website!

This website has grown over time; on average this site currently gets 50 visits each day! I would like to thank everyone for visiting, and I do appreciate all comments and suggestions; as always photos and info about any 757 is more than welcome.

Production List: 1050 active (out of 1050 + 24 never built) / Photos: 353 active (out of 863)

Less than 25 aircraft to go in order to get production list complete and up to date!

Movements (all movements will be on the Facebook group and the production list):

March 17th: D-ABOF (c/n 29013) rgd to Thomas Cook Airlines as G-JMOF March 16th; ferried Hahn-Manchester as TCX4970.
February 26th: N680AN (c/n 29590) of Jetran ferried Roswell-New Orleans-Jacksonville/VQQ February 21st; for conversion to freighter.
February 8th: G-DHKH (c/n 26275) of DHL Air ferried Greensboro/GSO-Jacksonville/VQQ as DHK757P February 8th; after conversion to freighter; for repaint.
February 2nd: PR-XCA (c/n 24235) of Colt Cargo ferried Sao Paulo-Miami under registration February 1st; after storage; for lease return.

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  1. Hi
    I am trying to find out the fate of the ex Monarch airlines 757’s recently withdrawn from use (November 2014) I am told they may be returned to the lessor in the USA either for breaking or re-sale
    The british registrations of these aircraft are G-MONJ and G-MONK – if you have any information I would be very grateful.
    Thank you

    1. Hi Eric,
      Thanks for info; do you know if ex-Royal Air Maroc 757 N686AL is still there? or has it been scrapped?

  2. Icelandair is receiving 2 new aircraft from IFLY one is EI-DUA s/n 26247 and other one I do not know at the moment. It is possible it will be EI-DUC s/n 26248 they are replacing TF-FIY and TF- FIZ

  3. Thanks for making this website. Just flew on 757-223 N197AN and it really is a great plane even 15 years later. (2001) I don’t know what airlines are going to replace it with, it’s the perfect size for many routes and its range is much longer that 321, MD90-50, etc.

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