Boeing 757-200F

The Boeing 757-200F is a narrow-body freighter aircraft and a variant of the 757 family of aircraft. There are two different versions of the 757-200F; the 757-200PF (Package Freighter – Designed and built as a freighter only) and the 757-200SF (Special Freighter – the conversion of older 757-200 passenger aircraft into cargo airplanes). The 757-200F is the only cargo variant in the 757 family as a 757-300F was never developed. The 757-200F, like the 767-300F, have moderate cargo capacity compared to other cargo aircraft but find themselves to be very popular with all-cargo airlines as they not only provide improved efficiency over older freighters like the Boeing 727-200F, but also enable companies to fly less cargo more efficiently rather than using large aircraft all the time. The 757-200PF is no longer in production by Boeing but production of 757-200SF aircraft, through licensed third-party companies, still occur today as 757-200 passenger aircraft are retired from commercial use. The Boeing 757-200F typically flies short to medium distant routes that have light to moderate cargo demand.

First Flight

Max. Range

Length

Wingspan

Height

Engine Options

Seating Capacity

February 15, 2001
(757-200SF)

~3,800nm
~7,040km

155'-3"
47.32m

124'-10"
38.05m

45'-1"
13.74m

(2) Rolls-Royce RB211 or,
(2) Pratt Whitney PW2000

CARGO