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Boeing 707s were intended as medium-range transports, they were soon flying across the Atlantic Ocean and across the continents. Its width and the 100-foot length made it the largest passenger cabin in the air.
Boeing 707 B-roll
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Boeing 707 B-roll
After the Air Force agreed to let Boeing build commercial jets based on the prototype, 367-80, already...
Boeing 707 Manufacturing
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Boeing 707 Manufacturing
After the Air Force agreed to let Boeing build commercial jets based on the prototype, 367-80, already...
Boeing 707 First Flight- Post Flight
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Boeing 707 First Flight- Post Flight
After the Air Force agreed to let Boeing build commercial jets based on the prototype, 367-80, already...
Boeing 707 Flight Test
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Boeing 707 Flight Test
After the Air Force agreed to let Boeing build commercial jets based on the prototype, 367-80, already...
Boeing 707-320B Air to Air
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Boeing 707-320B Air to Air
After the Air Force agreed to let Boeing build commercial jets based on the prototype, 367-80, already...
707-120B in Flight near Mt. Rainier
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707-120B in Flight near Mt. Rainier
After World War II, Boeing primarily was a military airplane company. The company began to expand back...
First Flight of the Third 707 Jetliner
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First Flight of the Third 707 Jetliner
Much larger, faster and smoother than the propeller airplanes it was replacing, the 707 quickly changed...
Boeing 707-320B in Flight Over Space Needle
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Boeing 707-320B in Flight Over Space Needle
After the Air Force agreed to let Boeing build commercial jets based on the prototype, 367-80, already...
707-120B Flying Over Puget Sound
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707-120B Flying Over Puget Sound
America entered the era of jet transportation on July 15, 1954, when the Boeing “Dash 80” prototype airplane...
707-120 in Flight
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707-120 in Flight
The Boeing 707, a four-engine jet, was the United States' first commercial jet airliner. The 707-120,...
707-120, 1 and 3, Certification Flight over Mountains
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707-120, 1 and 3, Certification Flight over Mountains
The Boeing 707 was the world's first successful commercial jet. On Oct. 26, 1958, Pan American World...
707 Contrails
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707 Contrails
America entered the era of jet transportation on July 15, 1954, when the Boeing ''Dash 80'' prototype...
707 Engine Exhaust
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707 Engine Exhaust
America entered the era of jet transportation on July 15, 1954, when the Boeing Dash 80 prototype for...
707-120 Takeoff Reflected in Water
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707-120 Takeoff Reflected in Water
America entered the era of jet transportation on July 15, 1954, when the Boeing ''Dash 80'' prototype...
Boeing 707-320B at Edwards Air Force Base
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Boeing 707-320B at Edwards Air Force Base
After the Air Force agreed to let Boeing build commercial jets based on the prototype, 367-80, already...
707-120 Flightdeck, with PAA Crew
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707-120 Flightdeck, with PAA Crew
The first commercial 707s, labeled the 707-120 series, had a larger cabin and other improvements compared...
Mock-up of 707 Interior, circa 1958
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Mock-up of 707 Interior, circa 1958
The first commercial 707s, labeled the 707-120 series, had a larger cabin and other improvements compared...
Operation Guillotine
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Operation Guillotine
The Boeing 707 sales campaign included a film shown to airline customers titled “Operation Guillotine.”...
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