Boeing 757-300

Boeing 757-300

Based on the popular Boeing 727 aircraft, the 757-300 was designed as a stretched version of the popular 757-200, allowing more space for passengers and cargo with the same range.

Boeing's 757-300 was the longest single aisle aircraft ever built, with seating for up to 295 passengers in airline configuration.

This model of the twin jet airliner was announced in 1996, with the first flight in 1998.


  • Cross continent and trans-Atlantic range
  • Spacious cabin
  • Large luggage capacity
  • Classic Boeing design

Comfort and Size

The 757-300 aircraft offers seating for up to 295 passengers in an airline style seating configuration.

A typical VIP configuration would offer seating for 60-80 passengers, as well as a double bedroom, shower and a meeting room.


Manufacturer Boeing
Seats 250
Luggage Capacity 2500 cu.ft.
Model Boeing 757-300
Speed 400 kts
Interior Height 3.26 m
Classification Large Airliner
Range 3395 nm
Interior Width 1.95 m