Boeing 757-300 Specifications

Versions 
Boeing 757-300stretched version of the Boeing 757-200
EnginesThrust
Pratt & Whitney PW204040100 lb st (178.4 kN)
Pratt & Whitney PW204342600 lb st (189.5 kN)
Rolls Royce RB211-535E4-B43500 lb st (193.5 kN)
Rolls Royce RB211-535E4-C43100 lb st (191.6 kN)
Fuel capacity43400 liters (11466 US gallons)
Accommodation  
flight deck2provision for an observer
cabin attendants5 - 7
standard interior arrangements9from 243 in 2-class to 279 passengers in all tourist
galley32 front starboard side, 1 rear
toilets52 front portside, 3 rear
Dimensions; external 
wingspan38.05 meter
wing chord; at root8.20 meter
wing chord; at tip1.73 meter
wing aspect ration7.8
length overall54.43 meter
length fuselage54.08 meter
tail plane span15.22 meter
tail height13.49 meter (min) / 13.74 meter (max)
wheel track7.32 meter
wheel base22.35 meter
Areas 
underfloor cargo volume30.3 m³ (forward) / 36.8 m³ (rear)
cargo space? m³
wings185.25 m²
ailerons4.46 m²
trailing edge flaps30.38 m²
trailing edge slats18.39 m²
flight spoilers10.96 m²
ground spoilers12.82 m²
fin34.37 m²
rudder11.61 m²
tailplane50.35 m²
elevators12.52 m²
Weight and loadings 
operating weight emptyPW2043: 64470 kg/142140 lb
RB211-535E4-B: 64560 kg/142340 lb
max take-off weight123830 kg (PW2043 & RB211-535E4-B)
max landing weight101600 kg PW2043 & RB211-535E4-B)
max taxi weight124050 kg (PW2043 & RB211-535E4-B)
baggage capacity underfloor7303 kg (forward hold) / 8845 kg (rear hold)
Performance 
max operating Mach0.86
cruising speedM 0.80
approach speed (PW2043 & RB211-535E4-B)142 knots (263 km/h)
cruising height10440 meter/34250 ft (PW2043)
10455 meter/34300 ft (RB211-535E4-B)
take-off field length (PW2043)2635 meter/8650 ft (PW2043)
2605 meter/8550 ft (RB211-535E4-B
landing field length (PW2043)1735 meter/5700 ft (PW2043 & RB211-535E4-B)
range (PW2043)6295 km/3400 Nm (PW2043)
5910 km/3190 Nm (RB211-535E4-B

4 comments

  1. Thanks for all of this information on one of my favorite aircraft. I fly this plane in X-Plane 10 simulator.

    I have a plug in that rates landings.

    I believe it does not take into account the size/type of aircraft. I provides FPM/Vertical Speed readings with is good.

    However, it states that a B-757 touching down at 500 FPM is way too hard.

    Where can I find information for the safe/proper Vertical Speed during touch down.

    Again, thanks so much for this site.
    Kevin

    1. Well, if an aircraft does an ILS approach, the glide slope is 3%; with this you should be able to figure out vertical speed; I have a copy of the 757/767 Crew Training Manual in which they do not specifically talk about vertical speeds, the only thing I can find, is 300 ft per NM, hopefully this will help.

  2. How much maneuvering space does the Boeing B757-300 need in front of the plane for push back equipment to get the plane in and out of an aircraft hangar? Are there published design standards that can be found on line?

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