Search results - "757-300"
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348 viewsAirline: UnitedType: Boeing 737-800Registration: N33289Airport: LASCity: Las VegasState: NevadaCountry: USADate Taken: November 18, 2010It is going to be strange not seeing any United painted aircraft but the Continental with United colors will take getting used to. Caught a United 757-300 and a 737-800 in the Continental/ United scheme.
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341 viewsAirline: UnitedType: Boeing 757-300Registration: N57855Airport: LASCity: Las VegasState: NevadaCountry: USADate Taken: November 18, 2010It is going to be strange not seeing any United painted aircraft but the Continental with United colors will take getting used to. Caught a United 757-300 and a 737-800 in the Continental/ United scheme.
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292 viewsAirline: DeltaType: Boeing 767-400Registration: N827MHAirport: ATLCity: AtlantaState: GeorgiaCountry: USADate Taken: 11/19/09Delta owns 21 Boeing 767-400's and was the first airline to order this Boeing type. As with the 757-300, there weren't an astronomical amount of them produced. It is one of the only aircraft with a "raked" wingtip. The tip is extended but angled rearward giving it a bird's feather look.
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317 viewsAirline: ContinentalType: Boeing 757-300Registration: N56859Airport: FLLCity: Fort LauderdaleState: FloridaCountry: USADate Taken: January 2009Not a very common aircraft type with only 55 ever built. The Boeing 757-300 program was launched Sept. 2, 1996. It measures 23 feet 4 inches longer than the 757-200. The extra length allows it to carry 20 percent more passengers than the 757-200 and increases the available cargo volume by nearly 50 percent.
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308 viewsAirline: CondorType: Boeing 757-300Registration: D-ABOIAirport: FRACity: FrankfurtCountry: GermanyDate Taken: September 2009Nothing better looking than a 757 stretch in action! Delivered March 22, 2000.
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