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I helped you with that quite a few times before via PM. Can you please take some initiative and search around yourself? Almost everything is on the wiki. Google a plane put flightgear download after it and that brings up a lot too.
I have found a boeing 757 with a british airways and delta livery it works fine but the cockpit isnt finished here is the link http://www.google.co.uk/imgres?imgurl=h ... s%3Disch:1 it looks long but works, alternitviely you could just type in on google imags flightgear 757 and click on the one with a british airways click on the link there and the download should be there
diabetes4848, I recommend a few planes. Go with the MD-80 Series, try the A330, A320, E-jet Family, and the A380.
They are very detailed, but you MUST BE AN EXPERIENCED PILOT in order to fly these aircraft. Find the MD 80 Series at: andinogonthaeler.wordpress.com/ Find the A330, A320, E-jets here: http://flymerlion.org/flightdeck/downloads Find the A380 in the FlightGear download aircraft section.
You've managed to bump a 4+ year old thread. The OP hasn't logged on since 2010. In any case, Airbus still isn't making a 757. But the Boeing 757-200 in FG has come a long way since this thread was relevant and can be downloaded from the FG main aircraft download page.