While a large proportion of the Boeing 757 fleet remains in service 10 years after production ended in October 2004, its major operators have begun to retire the type. They and other airlines are looking at aircraft that could replace it. According to Boeing, 880 of the 1,050 757s built are still in service. Delta Air Lines, American Airlines, United Airlines, Fedex and UPS are by far the largest operators and fly around two- thirds of the current 757 fleet, with the rest used by many ...


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