Airlines operating Boeing 757-300 airplanes

The Boeing 757-300 is a further development of the popular 757-200. It was launched in 1996 at the back of a 12 unit order from German leisure airline Condor. The 757-300 has a stretched fuselage to accommodate an additional 50 passengers and features an updated cockpit and passenger cabin as well as upgraded engines. The resulting heavier aircraft had less favorable performance and a lower range of 3400nm (6295km) at a typical mixed class load of 240 passengers. The model ultimately proved less popular with only 55 units built before production of the program was terminated in 2004. Only a handful of airlines are still operating the 757-300 today.

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