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-94 seats
-580 mph
-71 tons max. gross take-off weight
-1700 mile range
-3 Pratt & Whitney JT8D Engines. (14,000lb thrust)
-132ft Length
-34ft Height
-108ft Span

The Boeing 727-100 first flew February 9, 1963 and went into service February 1964.

Pan Am ordered 25 B727-121s on February 1, 1965 at $4,110,000 each.

The 727 replaced the DC-6B.

After Pan Am’s purchase of National Airlines in 1980, they now had a combined fleet of 97 727s.

Boeing 727

Boeing 727

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