Aircraft Operation Manual

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Boeing 757-200/300 Aircraft Operations Manual. Welcome to the Delta Virtual Airlines Aircraft Operating Manual (AOM) for the Boeing 757. This AOM is based upon the DVA Fleet Installer airplane. We are always seeking to improve the accuracy of this AOM. Should you have questions about the specifics of this airplane, this manual or aviation in general, you should create a helpdesk issue at our website, that states your question and we will do our best to answer your questions. If you would like to receive virtual flight training that is modeled after real world training, go to the Pilot Center on our website, where you can sign up for flight instruction in the DVA Virtual Flight Academy.

On behalf of the 757 staff, we thank you for your interest in the 757! During the mid to late 1970s, Boeing was starting to explore replacements for its extremely successful medium-range 727 transport aircraft. Despite its unquestioned lead in jet transports, the Boeing product line had several gaps – most notably between the 727 and the 747 – and the 727 was getting somewhat old in the tooth. Boeing engineers originally designed two aircraft to meet their needs. The Boeing 7X7 prototype was designed as an all-new twin-engine wide body aircraft that was larger than a 727 and smaller than the Lockheed L-1011 or McDonnell-Douglas DC-10 wide body aircraft. The 7N7 prototype was a twin-engine variant of the 727 designed for superior range and economics. The 7X7, of course, became the famous Boeing 767, while the 7N7 designed was ultimately scrapped in favor of an all-new narrow-body design. This abandoned the tail-mounted engine configuration of the 727, replaced it with powerful under-wing engines and became the Boeing 757.

Since the 757 and 767 were designed at the same time, both aircraft were fitted with identical cockpits, allowing pilots to be qualified on both aircraft types at the same time. In this sense, the 757 and 767 are precursors to the Airbus Industrie aircraft that followed, which took similar configurations to an entirely new level. The 757 is a transitional aircraft in another sense – it was designed in the era after the „steam gauges? of the 727 and early model 747s, but before the advent of fully automated „fly by wire? aircraft such as the Airbus A320 series or the Boeing 777. There were two principle variants of the 757 put into production. The original 757-200 was first introduced into the marketplace in 1979 and flew for the first time for a carrier.

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