This set includes six different prints of the 727 in JPG and GIF formats, three of which are black and white. There are three different sizes of prints too: half, third and sixth size. The prints show detailed drawings of the following parts of the Boeing 727:
- Engine Nauticles
Available as a Digital Download sent to your email, custom DVD or USB Drive set.
History of Boeing 727 Aircraft
Produced by Boeing Commercial Airplanes for commercial service. On December 5, 1960, the 727 was launched with 40 orders each from United Airlines and Eastern Air Lines for commercial service.
The first Boeing 727 passenger flight was flown for the first time by Eastern Air Lines in the United States on February 1, 1964, between Miami, Washington, DC, and Philadelphia.
On January 13, 2019, the last commercial passenger flight of a Boeing 727 was flown between Zahedan and Tehran by Iran Aseman Airlines.
The Boeing 727 design was a compromise among United Airlines, American Airlines, and Eastern Air Lines; each of the three had developed requirements for a jet airliner to serve smaller airports in the United States. Which led to the rear fuselage and center engine.
Fun fact: On November 24, 1971, Hijacker D. B. Cooper parachuted out of a Boeing 727 aircraft on a Northwest Airlines flight.
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