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B753 / Revision as of 14:03, 12 October 2014 by Timo.Kouwenhoven
|Tail||Regular tail, mid set|
|Aerodrome Reference Code||4D|
|Landing gear||Tricycle retractable|
The Boeing 757 is a mid-size, narrow-body twin-engine jet airliner that was designed and built by Boeing. The B753 is member of the B757 family of aircraft.
Note: Common practice is to consider B757 as ‘HEAVY’ (H) for the purpose of assessing wake turbulence generated by this aircraft.
|Wing span||38.1 m125 ft <br />|
|Length||54.5 m178.806 ft <br />|
|Height||13.6 m44.619 ft <br />|
|Powerplant||2 x P&W PW2037 (162.8 kN) or|
2 x P&W PW2040 (178.4 kN) or
2 x P&W PW2043 (189.4 kN) or
2 x R-R RB211-535E4B (193.5 kN) turbofans.
|Engine model||Pratt & Whitney PW2000, Rolls-Royce RB211|
(to 5000 ft)
|MACH Climb||Cruise||Initial Descent
|V2 (IAS)||145 kts||IAS||175 kts||IAS||270 kts||IAS||270 kts||MACH||0.8||TAS||490 kts||MACH||0.8||IAS||270 kts||IAS||kts||Vapp (IAS)||143 kts|
|Distance||2600 m||ROC||3000 ft/min||ROC||3000 ft/min||ROC||2500 ft/min||ROC||1000 ft/min||MACH||0.8||ROD||1000 ft/min||ROD||3500 ft/min||MCS||220 kts||Distance||1800 m|
|MTOW||123600123,600 kg <br />123.6 tonnes <br /> kg||Ceiling||FL420||ROD||ft/min||APC||C|
|WTC||M||Range||33953,395 nm <br />6,287,540 m <br />6,287.54 km <br />20,628,412.089 ft <br /> NM|
Accidents & Serious Incidents involving B753
- B753, London Gatwick UK, 2014 (On 31 October 2014, indications of a malfunction of the right over wing emergency exit slide on take off were followed during the return to land by the complete detachment of the slide and un-commanded but controllable roll. The Investigation found that "a series of technical issues with the slide panel and carrier locking devices caused the slide carrier to deploy and the slide to unravel". Although an SB existed to address some of these issues, it had not been actioned on the aircraft. Two operational matters encountered during the Investigation were the subject of Safety Recommendations.)