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American long-range narrow-body airliner produced by Boeing Commercial Airplanes, its first jetliner. Wikipedia
The Boeing 737 Classic are narrow-body airliners produced by Boeing Commercial Airplanes, the second generation of the original Boeing 737-100/-200. Development began in 1979 and the first variant, the 737-300, first flew in February 1984 and entered service in December of that year. Wikipedia
American narrow-body four-engined jet airliner produced by the Convair division of General Dynamics, a stretched version of their earlier Convair 880 produced in response to a request from American Airlines. Lengthened by 10 ft, which increased the number of passengers from between 88 and 110 in the 880 to between 96 and 121 in the 990. Wikipedia
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- Encounters began in April; the British Task Force was shadowed by Boeing 707 aircraft of the Argentine Air Force during their travel to the south.
- To mark the inauguration of Pan Am's Boeing 707 in 1957, Derujinsky traveled across the world with Nena von Schlebrügge, and Ruth Neumann, whom he would later marry.
- The era of commercial jet transportation, led by the enormous popularity of the Boeing 707 and Douglas DC-8, had revolutionized long-distance travel.
- Except the Boeing 707 and early Boeing 747 variants from BOAC, British Airways inherited a mainly UK-built fleet of aircraft when it was formed in 1974.
- Time named it the 1996 Machine of the Year, saying the machine had "done to video-gaming what the 707 did to air travel".
- This was the longest combat mission ever undertaken by the IAF, a stretch of 2,300 kilometers, involving in-flight refueling by an IAF Boeing 707.
- The fuselage cross section and nose is derived from that of the Boeing 707 and Boeing 727.
- All Pan Am round-the-world flights included at least one change of plane until Boeing 707s took over in 1960.
- Two years later, the manufacturer began a development study, code-named 7X7, for a new wide-body aircraft intended to replace the 707 and other early generation narrow-body jets.
- This excludes the ex-Qantas Boeing 707-138B (Ex-VH-EBM) that he owned.
- After the heavy 707 quad-jet was introduced in 1958, Boeing addressed the demand for shorter flight lengths from smaller airports.
- American Airlines, which was operating the four-engined Boeing 707 and Boeing 720, requested a twin-engined aircraft for efficiency.
- The airline started uninterrupted jet operations in 1960 with the Sud Aviation Caravelle and the Boeing 707; jet airliners cut travel times in half and improved comfort.
- After the announcement of the Boeing 707, Hughes opted to pursue a more advanced jet aircraft for TWA and approached Convair in late 1954.
- In 1958 Lufthansa ordered four Boeing 707s and started jet flights from Frankfurt to New York City in March 1960.
- The 757 entered the service in 1995 replacing the former T-01, a Boeing 707.
- In June 1959 Qantas entered the jet age when the first Boeing 707-138 was delivered.
- Pan Am had replaced many of its Boeing 707s with more efficient 747s, thus eliminating the need to continue weekly stops at Wake.
- Although Pan Am contemplated purchasing the United Kingdom's De Havilland Comets (having been the first jetliner in the world), they ultimately waited for Boeing to release their first jetliner, and thus was the launch customer of the Boeing 707, placing an order for 20 in October 1955.
- The new series featured CFM56 turbofan engines, yielding significant gains in fuel economy and a reduction in noise, but also posing an engineering challenge given the low ground clearance of the 737 - a trait of its 707-derived fuselage.
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