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

3 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.

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