A high performing, midsize aircraft, the 757 is Boeing’s largest single-aisle passenger aircraft, featuring two turbofan engines and an advanced wing design that reduces aerodynamic drag. More than 1,000 Boeing 757s were manufactured between 1981 and 2004 concurrent with the stouter Boeing 767. The successor to the three-engine 727, the 757 can accommodate up to 300 people in a standard configuration while customized jets can seat anywhere from 18 to 30 passengers. Retrofitted 757s sport the finest array of amenities, including leading edge technology, an expansive galley, and lavish bathrooms. When it comes to the 757, anything is possible. Donald Trump’s gilded rendition features 24-carat gold-plated seat recline buttons, faucets, and wash basins.