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I have 120 currently and while they are quite young still I would still like to consider my options. Would be looking for aircraft that takes orders by 2007



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There is nothing. Even in 2017, there is nothing. The 797 is due to be out in 2025, so you'll seriously have to wait until then.


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Lease as many 757-300s as possible before production ends and defer as needed, is the only thing I can think of.


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I'd lease the Boeing 757-200's as the offer longer range and I think is perfect for the MoM. The -300 can be compared with the Boeing 787-8 as they have near seating capacity however the -8 has the superior range.



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I usually use the 787-8 or the 737-900ER to replace my older 757-200s and a 787-9, 767-300ER or A330-200 to replace my Boeing 757-300s



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I'd lease the Boeing 757-200's as the offer longer range and I think is perfect for the MoM. The -300 can be compared with the Boeing 787-8 as they have near seating capacity however the -8 has the superior range.

 

Hmmm, the in-game 757-200 outranges the -300 by a mere 75 miles. Messed up compared to real life but yeah, it's AE.

 

Assuming cowpacker all-Y:

The 752 burns 102.6 fuel per pax

The 753 burns 88.7 fuel per pax

 

I've needed the 752s for specific long and thin routes, as well as HND-YVR, HND-SEA, HND-PDX (shocking routes that work in a cowpacker 3-class layout) but the 753 is one of the most fuel-efficient plane in the game that I'm aware of and can be dumped pretty much anywhere regionally.


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Hmmm, the in-game 757-200 outranges the -300 by a mere 75 miles. Messed up compared to real life but yeah, it's AE.

 

Assuming cowpacker all-Y:

The 752 burns 102.6 fuel per pax

The 753 burns 88.7 fuel per pax

 

I've needed the 752s for specific long and thin routes, as well as HND-YVR, HND-SEA, HND-PDX (shocking routes that work in a cowpacker 3-class layout) but the 753 is the second or third (because the second place aircraft is dodgy!) most fuel-efficient plane in the game that I'm aware of and can be dumped pretty much anywhere regionally.

I can say that the Airbus A319-100 LR is on par with the Boeing 757-200 in range.. but carries like 100 less passengers I throw them basically anywhere lol



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A321neo might be your best bet, but it doesn't come out till 2017. Possibly order new 757s before production ends in 2006?



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Wait until the A320neo comes out. Until then, I’d try an A310.

Boeing hasn’t made anything between 2005 and 2025 to replace the 757.

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Wait until the A320neo comes out. Until then, I’d try an A310.

Boeing hasn’t made anything between 2005 and 2025 to replace the 757.

A310s are older than 75s...



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A310s are older than 75s...


A310 production goes longer than 757 by 2 years.

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The A321-200 has near B757-200 capacity but probably not the range. That said, if you're stretching the 757 out to it's 4,000+ nm range, it's not going to be as efficient. I'd be thinking more A300 / B767 or up to A330 size by then.



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The only replacement for a 757 is another 757.

I'm sorry, but that's just the truth.

The closest you can get is an Airbus A321 NEO or a Boeing 737-900ER for a -200. For the -300, a Boeing 767-200, a Boeing 787-8, or an Airbus A330-200 is the closest you can get.

Just bulk order a ton of 757s until their production ends and then maybe consider replacing these things.


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Replace them with the 777-200.



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I have 120 currently and while they are quite young still I would still like to consider my options. Would be looking for aircraft that takes orders by 2007

Name			MaxPax	RngFul	MaxRng	TurTim	TORA	Price	MthLea	Intro		FuelFl	MthMnt
Boeing 757-200 		239 	4695 	5524 	45 	6.54 	78.500 	0.872 	1983 - 2005 	27.90 	3.92 

Airbus A321-100 	220 	2592 	3049 	35 	5.35 	54.500 	0.605 	1994 - 9999 	21.00 	2.72 
Airbus A321-200 	230 	3248 	3821 	35 	6.03 	55.500 	0.616 	1996 - 9999 	23.04 	2.77 
Boeing 737-900ER 	220 	3716 	4372 	40 	7.19 	70.500 	0.783 	2006 - 9999 	19.98 	3.52 

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Well, Depending on the age of your 757-200's, and the demand on some of your routes, I'd go with the A321neo. It might be a bit late, but it'd be a good replacement. 
Apologies. Other than a less capacity, less range 737-900/ER, or the Original A321 series (around same capacity but not very bad range). Until 2025, the A321neo seems like the most relevant chouce.



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Well, if you're a spammer, then the Tu-214 is great. Other wise, 737-900ER, and then MAX 9 is the way to go, 787-8 for longer range flights



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The A321 is the only real replacement, unless you don't need long range, in which case the 737-900ER could be suitable.


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It depends on what you are using them for. For long range, I'de switch to 787s (788), and for regional flights, I would try to switch to a smaller plane (such as a 737, A320fam, or even RJs). Honestly, a specific aircraft doesn't need to replace a fleet group, all you need is to replace the routes.



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theres only 2 years left and its a sandbox gameworld but i appreciate the help guys <3 






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