Which airlines are still using the Boeing 757?

On this day in 1983, Eastern Air Lines began commercial services with the Boeing 757. Key.Aero recounts its introduction into service and examines which airlines are still using them

Designed to be the twinjet replacement for the Boeing 727, the 757 completed its maiden flight in February 1982 and received its type certification in December of that year.  

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