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| A visitor from UNITED STATES posted Fri June 27, 2014:|
Originally modified by Raytheon/E-Systems, Greenville, TX. Also has aerial refueling receptacle and night vision landing.
| A visitor from - posted Thu April 21, 2011:|
This is a great picture of airstairs as they're being extended. Especially good because they're so uncommon on 757s.
| A visitor from United States posted Sat August 8, 2009:|
Great capture. The unusual airstairs may stem from the fact that this plane is operated by the CIA, and is registered under the "Comco" front company.
| A visitor from Hong Kong posted Thu April 10, 2008:|
Great to learn about the stairs. Thanks for sharing. It took me two years to discover this photo.
| A visitor from Australia posted Wed November 15, 2006:|
Looks very similar to the Saab 340 airstair system, just a bit longer.
| A visitor from Uruguay posted Sat October 14, 2006:|
I never realized until now the 757 had stairs of its own. T.B.
| A visitor from United States posted Fri March 10, 2006:|
how come when i'm not home....a 757 comes in?
| A visitor from Germany posted Tue March 7, 2006:|
Looking a little awkward, but practical, I simply wonder why these "stairs" are not real stairs like in the MD aircraft.
The device is however absolutely indispensable when operating to remote airports which have no handling infrastructure available.
| A visitor from United States posted Mon March 6, 2006:|
Noice!!! How do they fit in there! Great shot