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-33 seats
-220 mph
-45,000 lb. max. gross take-off weight
-1250 mile range

A high altitude, pressurized aircraft. Flew ‘above the weather’ at 14,000 feet.

In 1937 when ordered each aircraft cost $315,000. Pan Am only ordered 3.

Eleanor Roosevelt christened the first B307 with a bottle of water garnered from all the world’s Seven Seas.

The first Boeing 307 flew December 31, 1938.

 

Boeing 307


 

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