The Boeing 757 poster is a reproduction of the Boeing Company passenger plane patent by John F. Brown Jr., Boyce D. Jackson. The Boeing 757 is a medium-sized, twin-engine airliner. It is the Boeing Company's largest single-aisle designed and built aircraft. It was produced in the years 1981 - 2004. At the beginning of work on the 757, a lot of structural elements from the 727 were used, but with the passage of time and the progress of work, elements from the 767 were adopted, which was more advanced at the moment. A glass cockpit shared by two airplanes for two crew members was adopted, including common instrumentation, avionics and flight management systems. After completing the short conversion course, pilots rated at 757 could qualify for flight 767 and vice versa due to their high design similarity. The patent concerns the presentation of the early concept of the model 757, which, inter alia, was proposed with a T-tail characteristic of the model 727. However, the final configuration of the model adopted the traditional tail. The Airplane Poster is Patent No. USD258647 S was published in 1981 by the United States Patent and Trademark Office.