Versions | |
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Boeing 757-200 | initial production passenger aircraft |

Boeing 757-200 Freighter | developed by Pemco Aeroplex as conversion to existing 757 aircraft |

Boeing 757-200M | combi; mixed cargo/passenger version; only one delivered to Royal Nepal Airlines |

Boeing 757-200PF | package freighter; developed for UPS |

Boeing 757-200SF | modified 200 converted to Special Freighter |

Boeing 757-200X | extended range version; more than 1000 km increase in range |

Boeing VC-32A | military version; 4 built for US Air Force |

Engines | Thrust |
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Pratt & Whitney PW2037 | 36600 lb st (162.8 kN) |

Pratt & Whitney PW2040 | 40100 lb st (178.4 kN) |

Rolls Royce RB211-535C | 37400 lb st (166.0 kN) |

Rolls Royce RB211-535E4 | 40200 lb st (178.8 kN) |

Rolls Royce RB211-535E4-B | 43500 lb st (193.5 kN) |

Fuel capacity | PW2037/RB211-535E4: 42680 liters (11276 US gallons) PW2040/RB211-535E4-B: 43490 liters (11489 US gallons) |

Accommodation | ||
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flight deck | 2 | provision for an observer |

cabin attendants | 5 - 7 | |

standard interior arrangements | 9 | from 178 in 2-class to 239 passengers in all tourist |

galley | 2 | 1 front starboard side, 1 rear |

3 | in 239 passenger version (mid ships) | |

toilets | 4 | 1 front portside, 3 rear |

3 | 1 front portside, 2 rear mid ships (239 passenger version) |

Dimensions; external | |
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wingspan | 38.05 meter (124 ft 10 in) |

wing chord; at root | 8.20 meter 26 ft 11 in) |

wing chord; at tip | 1.73 meter (5 ft 8 in) |

wing aspect ration | 7.8 |

length overall | 47.33 meter (155 ft 3 in) |

length fuselage | 46.97 meter (154 ft 1 in) |

tail plane span | 15.22 meter (49 ft 11 in) |

tail height | 13.59 meter (min) (44 ft 6 in) / 13.74 meter (max) (45 ft 1 in) |

wheel track | 7.32 meter (24 ft) |

wheel base | 18.29 meter (60 ft) |

Areas | |
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underfloor cargo volume | 19.8 m³ (699.23 cu ft) (forward) / 27.5 m³ (971.15 cu ft) (rear) |

cargo space | 226.5 m³ (7998.77 cu ft) |

wings | 185.25 m² (1994 sq ft) |

ailerons | 4.46 m² (48 sq ft) |

trailing edge flaps | 30.38 m² (327 sq ft) |

trailing edge slats | 18.39 m² (197.95 sq ft) |

flight spoilers | 10.96 m² (117.97 sq ft) |

ground spoilers | 12.82 m² (138 sq ft) |

fin | 34.37 m² (370 sq ft) |

rudder | 11.61 m² 125 sq ft) |

tailplane | 50.35 m² (542 sq ft) |

elevators | 12.52 m² (134.76 sq ft) |

Weight and loadings | |
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operating weight empty | PW: 58440 - 59160 kg (128840 - 130440 lb) RR: 58570 - 59300 kg (129130 - 130730 lb) |

freighter revenue load | 32755 kg (72,212 lb) |

freighter payload 757-200 SF | 27215 kg (59,998 lb) |

max take-off weight (PW2037 & RB211-535E4) | 99790 kg (220,000 lb |

max take-off weight (PW2040 & RB211-535E4--B) | 115665 kg (255,000 lb) |

max landing weight (PW2037 & RB211-535E4) | 89810 kg (198,000 lb) |

max landing weight (PW2040 & RB211-535E4-B) | 95250 kg (210,000 lb) |

max taxi weight (PW2037 & RB211-535E4) | 100240 kg (221,000 lb) |

max taxi weight (PW2040 & RB211-535E4-B | 116120 kg (256,000 lb) |

Performance | |
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max operating Mach | 0.86 |

cruising speed | M 0.80 |

approach speed (PW2037 & RB211-535E4) | 132 knots (245 km/h) |

approach speed (PW2040 & RB211-535E4-B) | 137 knots (254 km/h) |

cruising height (PW2037 / PW2040) | 11675 meter (38300 ft) / 10760 meter (35300 ft) |

cruising height (RB211-535E4 / RB211-535E4-B) | 11800 meter (38700 ft) / 10850 meter (35600 ft) |

take-off field length (PW2037 / PW2040) | 1825 meter (6000 ft) / 2360 meter (7750 ft) |

take-off field length (RB211-535E4 / RB211-535E4-B) | 1660 meter (5450 ft) / 2070 mtr (6800 ft) |

landing field length (PW2037 / PW2040) | 1475 meter (4850 ft) / 1550 meter (5100 ft) |

landing field length )(RB211-535E4 / RB211-535E4-B) | 1420 meter (4660 ft) / 1505 meter (4950 ft) |

range (PW2037 / PW2040) | 4550 km (2460 Nm) / 7250 km (3915 Nm) |

range (RB211-535E4 / RB211-535E4-B) | 4240 km (2290 Nm) / 6825 km (3685 Nm) |

Good info … too bad we have to convert much of it from metric here in the States.

I’m not a pilot but what is the two take-off field lengths for? one for one type of Pratt=Whitney engines and the other for another type of Pratt whiteny engine? if so if you are contemplating constructing a runway to handle the 757-200 you’d need a runway 7750′ not 6000′ like I was suspecting.. hmmm?? Width of runways still 100′? just checking

Every engine brand and type has a different performance, and so take-off fields will be different; runway widths are dependable on type of aircraft; please read following link for more information on runway widths.

I also am not a pilot. But I would surmise that the different runway lengths are for loaded vs unloaded aircraft.

You have everything except the diameter of the fuselage which is what I am looking for

Diameter of the fuselage: vertically 4.01 meter (158 inch); horizontally 3.76 meter (148 inch), both are exterior measurements

And max G loading for which I am looking.

Me too.

What info do you want exactly?

then go to the worldwide standard: KM, meters, liters, centigrade

Can you include what type of engine it is please.

Hi Dalton,

I did add all engine types where required. If you are looking for a specific thing you are looking for, please let me know.

I don’t understand. Why boeing doesn’t modernize 757-300 like 737-800 to 737-8. 757 Has a higher chassis and van carry bigger engunes. 757-3 with bigger and more economical engines like im max. Similar like in cs500/220-500

Look…here says “approach speed (PW2037 & RB211-535E4) 132 knots (245 km/h)”

but… here…http://www.flywestwind.com/hangar/aircraft_files/foms/B752FOM.pdf

says…Target Landing Airspeed: 160 KIAS. What’s the truth!?

132kts would be correct for a higher weight landing…160kts ways too high…

Does hydraulic fluid burn with black smoke?

Yes but when observing an aircraft fire melting wiring, plastics, and insulation produce black smoke as well as the jet fuel.

Possible fire caused by hydraulic fluid leak?

No hydraulic fluid isn’t flammable.

160 KIAS may exceed allowable tire rotation speed.

According to your info, the PW’s cause the 757 to have greater range then the RR powered ones. It was my understanding that it’s the other way around. That’s why RR powered 757’s are more preferred for over the pond flights. I know on paper the PW have that advantage, but actual performance wise, the RR’s win.

Does anyone know what is the exact surface area of the 757-200 fuselage?

looking to purchase some stairs to fit the 757, no stats on ground to door sill ?

Hi Steve,

according to Boeing manual, the front passenger door:

min. height: 12’5″ – 3.79 mtr

max. height: 13’2″ – 4.01 mtr

Below the link to the Boeing manual:

http://www.boeing.com/assets/pdf/commercial/airports/acaps/757_23.pdf

Regards,

Marcel van Noordenne

does not give the interior width

Hi, the interior width of the Boeing 757 website is 11ft 7in (3,53 meter).

Thanks for all the info!!

Have you any of this information of the 737-800?

I’m doing a comparison between the 737-800 and the 757-200 and there is some data missing.

Hi Piluci, thank you for visiting the website; I do not have info about the 737-800; I advise you to visit the Boeing website; it may have the info that you are looking for. Or maybe the following website may help as well: http://www.b737.org.uk/

Curious on the circumference of the fuselage itself past the cockpit area if anyone has that info?

please tell me about dimension of spoiler length and breadth ? how it is calculated with respect to wing dimensions.

Thanks again!

Do you know the tailplane dihedral?

Thanks again

Would you know the service ceiling and the max certified altitude?

Thanks in advance!

anyone know the height of the fuselage from the ground?

thanks

Sir

I want to Know which cargo aircraft having maximum payload of 20000kg -30000kg of short range any one can say

Would anyone know of any second hand Boeing 757-200 passenger aircraft’s and cargo aircraft’s available for sale, please do kindly inform me with full specifications and pricing.

do you have the width of the flight deck at the pilot seats?

Hi I’m looking for the average wing heigh if possible.