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-135 seats
-600 mph

-168 tons max. gross take-off weight
-4000 mile range
-4 Pratt & Whitney JT3D Engines (18,000lb thrust)
-153ft Length
-42ft Height
-146ft Span

The 321 series were added to pan Am’s fleet in 1959. This was the most successful aircraft till it was replaced by the B747.

Because of the JT-4 engines which provided 156 tons of lift and extended it range to 4000 miles, Pan Am jets could now fly nonstop from New York to Frankfurt, Rome or Rio de Janiero.

Pan Am acquired 120 of the Boeing 707-300 series.

‘Clipper Cargo’
Pan Am’s all cargo jet service began in 1963. The 707-321C carried over 38 tons of cargo and allowed Pan Am to dominate the air cargo market..

 

Boeing 707-321

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707-321 COCKPIT
Miami – Kendall-Tamiami Executive  – Weeks Air Museum – USA – Florida, February 11, 2001
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Boeing 707-321   Boeing 707-321
   

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