|Quoting Longhornmaniac (Reply 1):|
By empty I assume you mean full fuel, no payload.
It'd be really close, but I'd say no.
|Quoting Clickhappy (Thread starter):|
If so, where would it stop, RKV or KEF (or ???)?
|Quoting Gunsontheroof (Reply 3):|
I'm not up on the 752's technical data, but the caption for this photo says that this particular 763 flew SEA-IAD-FCO-ADD for it's delivery route, so I'd imagine a 752 would fly something similar.
|Quoting Joost (Reply 6):|
From the specifications on http://www.boeing.com/commercial/airports/757.htm I found the following data.
Depending on the engines, the range with a zero payload an max fuel is:
MODEL 757-200 (RB211-535C ENGINES) 4300nm
MODEL 757-200 (RB211-535C ENGINES) 4600nm
MODEL 757-200, -200PF (PW2037, PW2040 ENGINES) 4800nm
MODEL 757-300 (RB211-535E4, -535E4B ENGINES) 4100nm
MODEL 757-300 (PW2040, PW2043 ENGINES) 4200nm
|Quoting LTU932 (Reply 8):|
And this page says the 752's range is 3900 nm for the PAX version, and 3150 nm for the freighter, while for the 753 has a range of 3395 nm
|Quoting Joost (Reply 9):|
Most often, the quoted ranges are the ranges with a full typical pax load (2-class lay-out), no extra cargo. So the useful range from an operator point of view. The range when using the aircraft depends a lot on the payload.
this link http://www.boeing.com/commercial/airports/plan_manuals.html you can find the exact graphs of the payload/range ratio for all Boeing (and former MD) aircraft. You see the range with max payload, and you see it increasing when decreasing payload.
|Quoting RobK (Reply 12):|
Any ideas on reg?
|Quoting SierraAir (Reply 15):|
For the delivery flight, Ethiopian received special permission to fly regular pax from SEA-IAD.