The VARIG 707-400 PAX
|Configuration||Low wing aircraft|
|Propulsion||Quadjet (Jet aircraft, Four-engine aircraft)|
The Boeing 707 is a four-engine commercial passenger jet airliner developed by Boeing in the early 1950s. Its name is most commonly pronounced as "Seven Oh Seven". Boeing delivered a total of 1,010 Boeing 707s, and also offered a smaller, faster model of the aircraft that was marketed as the Boeing 720.
The 707-420 is a version of the 707-320 originally produced at specific request for BOAC and powered by Rolls-Royce Conway 508 turbofans, producing 17,500 lbf (77.8 kN) each. Although BOAC initiated the programme, Lufthansa was the launch customer and Air India was the first to receive a 707-420 on February 18, 1960. A total of 37 were built to this configuration.
- Boeing 707 family on Boeing.com
- Detailed guide to all variants of the 707/720 on airlinercafe.com
- Boeing 707 page on Airliners.net