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This website has grown over time; on average this site currently gets 60 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: ACTIVE (last update Dec 3, 2018) / Photos: 923 active (last update Dec 3, 2018)


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

November 20th: VQ-BPY (c/n 25597) of Yakutia now operating for Aviastar-Tu Airlines; it was ferried Moscow/VKO-Yakutsk/YKS as TUP9669 November 19th and entered service same day Yakutsk/YKS-Macau/MFM as TUP6670 in hybrid Yakutia c/s (according to sources); this means Yakutia is no longer a 757 operator.
November 15th: N679AN (c/n 29589) performed a local test flight at Jacksonville/VQQ as SXA537 November 15th; after conversion to freighter; for DHL Air.
November 9th: N524AT (c/n 30233) of Fly Jamaica overshot runway at Georgetown/GEO after returning because of hydraulic problems; all people on board safely exited plane.
November 8th: VH-PQA (c/n 22611) of Pacific Air Express performed a local test flight at Christchurch/CHC as PCF1 November 2nd; after C-check.
November 4th: TF-FIJ (c/n 25085) Icelandair ferried Keflavik/KEF-Sal/SID as ICE8922 November 4th; for lease to Cabo Verde Airlines.
November 1st: VH-TCA (c/n 25620) Tasman Cargo Airlines was returned to DHL Air and re-rgd G-DHKZ October 23rd; ferried Auckland/AKL-Sydney/SYD-Singapore/SIN October 31st.

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15 comments

  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    I am trying to find out the fate of the ex Monarch airlines 757’s recently withdrawn from use (November 2014) I am told they may be returned to the lessor in the USA either for breaking or re-sale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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