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Boeing 727 – 1963-2013 - 50 Years In The Air  
User currently offlineSpaceshipDC10 From Canada, joined Jan 2013, 1989 posts, RR: 3
Posted (1 year 9 months 3 weeks 17 hours ago) and read 13323 times:

On Saturday February 9th, 1963, Boeing 727-22 N7001U took off from Renton for the type's maiden flight. After 1 hour 59 minutes in the air, the aircraft returned to terra firma when it landed at Paine Field. Less than nine months later, deliveries to launch customers began with N7004U for United Airlines on October 29th and N8102N Eastern Airlines on November 15th. It’s the Miami-based carrier that first began services with the new trijets by replacing the regular Lockheed Electra on the MIA-PHL-DCA route on February 1st, 1964.

Below are the pictures of the first and second 727 built. The latter, depicting Boeing's livery, was kept by the manufacturer as a demonstrator until it was scrapped in 1978, while the first remained active with United Airlines from its delivery in 1964 till its retirement in January 1991. Since then, it's been part of the Museum of Flight at Everett.


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In all,1832 (including the demonstrator) of these narrow-body trijets were built between 1962 and 1984 in four different variants. The 727has been the first commercial jetliner to reach the 1,000th delivery mark, in December 1973, with N474DA of Delta Airlines.

Fifty years after that historical day, many 727 are still plying the skies, mainly as cargo haulers or as private jets.

For more about the 727 see:

Boeing 727 family;

Boeing 727 Prototype-"First Flights" video;

and a thirteen parts report published in Flight International dated 9 May 1963:

1; 2; 3; 4; 5; 6; 7; 8; 9; 10; 11; 12; 13


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User currently onlineCRJ900 From Norway, joined Jun 2004, 2223 posts, RR: 1
Reply 1, posted (1 year 9 months 3 weeks 17 hours ago) and read 13257 times:
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The B727 - fantastic airplane. A pity they disappeared so quickly in the early 2000s, suddenly they were all over the hill from being important workhorses just a few years earlier.

Interesting that they chose to have the galley halfway down the cabin on the B727-100 but actually a great idea, made a natural separation between First and economy class.

I only flew as a passenger on Sterling Airways B727-200Adv with 182 seats, and I have colleagues who were pilots and cabin crew on the very same aircraft. They loved the B727 and I can understand why.

I raise my glass to the B727 - an aircraft to remember and respect  



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User currently offlineViscount724 From Switzerland, joined Oct 2006, 25871 posts, RR: 22
Reply 2, posted (1 year 9 months 3 weeks 17 hours ago) and read 13249 times:

There's another similar current thread. Perhaps it would make sense to add this to the other thread to keep it all together?
Boeing 727 Launch (by baileyncreme Jan 29 2013 in Civil Aviation)?threadid=5675497&searchid=5677908&s=Boeing+727#ID5677908


User currently online727LOVER From United States of America, joined Oct 2001, 6564 posts, RR: 20
Reply 3, posted (1 year 9 months 3 weeks 17 hours ago) and read 13229 times:

Dangit!!!!! I had MY thread all ready to go tomorrow.  


Listen Betty, don't start up with your 'White Zone' s*** again.
User currently offlineSpaceshipDC10 From Canada, joined Jan 2013, 1989 posts, RR: 3
Reply 4, posted (1 year 9 months 3 weeks 16 hours ago) and read 13156 times:

Quoting Viscount724 (Reply 2):
There's another similar current thread. Perhaps it would make sense to add this to the other thread to keep it all together?

I thought about it, but the thread is more about technical problems with the aircraft than a reason to celebrate an achievement.



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User currently offlinerwy04lga From United States of America, joined Jul 2005, 3176 posts, RR: 8
Reply 5, posted (1 year 9 months 3 weeks 16 hours ago) and read 13131 times:

Tomorrow, February 9th, is also the 44th anniversary of the 747's first flight. Both the 727 and 747 made their first flights on February 9th, albeit 6 years apart.


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User currently offlineViscount724 From Switzerland, joined Oct 2006, 25871 posts, RR: 22
Reply 6, posted (1 year 9 months 3 weeks 16 hours ago) and read 13124 times:

Quoting CRJ900 (Reply 1):
Interesting that they chose to have the galley halfway down the cabin on the B727-100 but actually a great idea, made a natural separation between First and economy class.

I think it was a bad idea. It complicated reconfigurations as very few carriers needed such a large F class cabin on the typical routes operated by the 721. Having to split the foward cabin ahead of the galley into 2 or 3 rows of F and 2 or 3 rows of Y wasn't as efficient as having the entire cabin to work with as on the 722. The seats directly opposite the galley also weren't very nice with the cabin crew working in the galley just across the aisle.


User currently offlinelonghauler From Canada, joined Mar 2004, 5132 posts, RR: 43
Reply 7, posted (1 year 9 months 3 weeks 16 hours ago) and read 13018 times:

Quoting Viscount724 (Reply 6):
It complicated reconfigurations as very few carriers needed such a large F class cabin on the typical routes operated by the 721.

That seemed to be common with the era and earlier.

It is almost like no one thought about the consequences of fixed galley placement. Look at the DC-6 and DC-7,and TCA's DC-4M and Viscount ... passengers actually boarded the aircraft right into the galley! Or when there was a mixed F and Y cabin on the DC-7, the galley was in the middle of the F cabin, and Y passengers were served through the F cabin.

But you are right, the galley placement of the B727-100 was a perfect F/Y divider, as long as that is the configuration you wanted, otherwise it was very cumbersome. That is why I liked the door/cabin layout of the L1011 over the DC-10. With the DC-10, the forward cabin almost had to be F, where the large forward cabin of the L1011 allowed a bulkhead divider in the configuration the airline wanted.



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User currently offlinersmith6621a From United States of America, joined Aug 2005, 194 posts, RR: 2
Reply 8, posted (1 year 9 months 3 weeks 16 hours ago) and read 12986 times:

My Dad helped build both of those. He worked on the wing-line and the rear air stairs on both of those aircraft.


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User currently onlineAeroWesty From United States of America, joined Oct 2004, 20785 posts, RR: 62
Reply 9, posted (1 year 9 months 3 weeks 15 hours ago) and read 12938 times:

I honestly wish that the 727 had been the Boeing narrowbody to have gone on to be NG'd and MAX'd rather than the 737. Always enjoyed flying the 3-holer with the T-tail, and feel fortunate to have flown several of the -100s while they were still somewhat common in commercial service.


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User currently offlinebohica From United States of America, joined Feb 2004, 2740 posts, RR: 0
Reply 10, posted (1 year 9 months 3 weeks 12 hours ago) and read 12611 times:

Quoting Viscount724 (Reply 6):
Quoting CRJ900 (Reply 1):
Interesting that they chose to have the galley halfway down the cabin on the B727-100 but actually a great idea, made a natural separation between First and economy class.

I think it was a bad idea. It complicated reconfigurations as very few carriers needed such a large F class cabin on the typical routes operated by the 721. Having to split the foward cabin ahead of the galley into 2 or 3 rows of F and 2 or 3 rows of Y wasn't as efficient as having the entire cabin to work with as on the 722. The seats directly opposite the galley also weren't very nice with the cabin crew working in the galley just across the aisle.

From a ground handling point of view it was horrible. There was not enough room on the ramp for a catering truck and a fuel truck at the same time. The fuel hookups and fueling panel was on the right wing about a third of the way outboard from the fuselage. That and the location of the galley door meant that you couldn't have a fuel truck and a catering truck servicing the plane at the same time.


User currently offlineyyz717 From Canada, joined Sep 2001, 16335 posts, RR: 56
Reply 11, posted (1 year 9 months 3 weeks 11 hours ago) and read 12546 times:

For spotters of a certain age (such as me), the 722 was so dominant and omni-present -- it seemed 25 years ago that it would always dominate the skies. Spotting a 722 in 1968, or 1978, or 1988, or even 1998 was simply....boring.

Now....a rare 722 arrival or departure makes me stop and stare.

Anyone remember the proposed stretched 727-300 offered to UA in (about) 1976/77?



Panam, TWA, Ansett, Eastern.......AC next? Might be good for Canada.
User currently offlineBMI727 From United States of America, joined Feb 2009, 15812 posts, RR: 27
Reply 12, posted (1 year 9 months 3 weeks 10 hours ago) and read 12475 times:

Quoting yyz717 (Reply 11):
Now....a rare 722 arrival or departure makes me stop and stare.

You don't have a choice since they're so damn loud. Once I was in St. Louis and heard an especially loud, low bypass plane and turned around expecting to see an F-15 but it was just a 727 freighter.



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User currently offlineSurfandSnow From United States of America, joined Jan 2009, 2897 posts, RR: 31
Reply 13, posted (1 year 9 months 3 weeks 10 hours ago) and read 12435 times:

Yes, I remember the 727 well. I personally flew the type on UA, AA, and NW, though I grew up seeing all kinds of UA 727 flights out of ORD. I'll also never forget a 7th grade trip to SJO in 2000 - we took UA's ORD-MEX-SJO flight there and back on the A320, but pulled up right next to the beautiful MX 727 down in SJO...

On NW, I rode the 727 on DTW-YYZ, which dropped us off in the decrepit old YYZ Terminal 1. How times have changed, what with the state of the art YYZ Terminal 1 and the DTW-YYZ route now hosting nothing but 50 seat RJs from DL...

On AA, I rode the 727 on MIA-RDU, which dropped us off in a very spartan/underutilized Terminal C that ultimately gave way to the state of the art Terminal 2. I'll never forget landing at RDU with about a foot of snow on the ground (it is quite rare for RDU to get snow, and very rare for it to get that much) and the captain exclaiming "hey folks, that's NOT the beach out there!". The 727s were quite a rare sight at AA's ORD hub by the late 90s, but MIA was a 727 haven into the early 2000s, which I'm pretty sure is when we took the flight.

On UA, I certainly remember riding the 727 on the ORD-YYZ route as late as 2001, and I'm pretty sure I rode the type on several other routes as well like ORD-RSW and ORD-MCO. I remember they even flew the 727 from ORD all the way out to LAS!



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User currently offlinemilesrich From United States of America, joined Jul 2003, 2009 posts, RR: 6
Reply 14, posted (1 year 9 months 3 weeks 10 hours ago) and read 12388 times:

Quoting SpaceshipDC10 (Thread starter):
It’s the Miami-based carrier that first began services with the new trijets by replacing the regular Lockheed Electra on the MIA-PHL-DCA route on February 1st, 1964.

This cannot be. DCA did not get 727 service or any other jet service until over two years later.


User currently offlinerwessel From United States of America, joined Jan 2007, 2392 posts, RR: 2
Reply 15, posted (1 year 9 months 3 weeks 8 hours ago) and read 12254 times:
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Quoting BMI727 (Reply 12):
You don't have a choice since they're so damn loud. Once I was in St. Louis and heard an especially loud, low bypass plane and turned around expecting to see an F-15 but it was just a 727 freighter.

And yet Eastern used to tag them Whisperliners or Whisperjets.


User currently offlineBMI727 From United States of America, joined Feb 2009, 15812 posts, RR: 27
Reply 16, posted (1 year 9 months 3 weeks 8 hours ago) and read 12223 times:

Quoting rwessel (Reply 15):
And yet Eastern used to tag them Whisperliners or Whisperjets.

Well to compare it to similar vintage technology, the new Porsche 911 better than doubles the horsepower of the original and cuts nearly four seconds off its 0-60 time. Technology marches on.



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User currently offlineSpaceshipDC10 From Canada, joined Jan 2013, 1989 posts, RR: 3
Reply 17, posted (1 year 9 months 3 weeks 7 hours ago) and read 12108 times:

Quoting yyz717 (Reply 11):
Anyone remember the proposed stretched 727-300 offered to UA in (about) 1976/77?

Yes, and it finally became a twin jet. I really wonder how successful the 727-300 would have been if it was launched.

Quoting yyz717 (Reply 11):
the 722 was so dominant and omni-present -- it seemed 25 years ago that it would always dominate the skies

Especially in North America where it lasted longer in passenger services.

Quoting milesrich (Reply 14):
This cannot be. DCA did not get 727 service or any other jet service until over two years later.

Indeed, it was IAD back then.

Quoting rwessel (Reply 15):
And yet Eastern used to tag them Whisperliners or Whisperjets.

Well, I believe it was more a comparision with propliners for potential passengers than anything else.



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User currently offlineMax Q From United States of America, joined May 2001, 4751 posts, RR: 18
Reply 18, posted (1 year 9 months 3 weeks 6 hours ago) and read 11875 times:

The B727 was the first jet I ever flew as a Pilot.


I really can't say enough about what a dream it was to fly.



Solid, built like a brick sh*house, you felt like it could handle anything and it could, it shrugged off turbulence like a hot knife through butter.


Stable, yet extremely responsive, the worse the weather the happier you were to be in it.
And fast, very fast, VMO of 380 Knots with an MMO of .92


I have taken it to .91 mach and it was completely unruffled.


Simply, a Pilots dream.



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User currently offlinena From Germany, joined Dec 1999, 10805 posts, RR: 9
Reply 19, posted (1 year 9 months 3 weeks 6 hours ago) and read 11694 times:

Probably the prettiest short/mediumhaul plane in my eyes, its very long since I have seen one the last time. Are there still any active in Europe?
I have a ca. 1970 photo of me with a large beautiful Pan Am 727 model as a Christmas gift which I remember made some noise. And another photo where I built a Lego 727! Must have liked the plane as a kid!
I think the last time I flew on a 727 must have been in the late 80s, I remember a Tunisair flight to Tunisia and one or two to Berlin with Pan Am. Nothing afterwards, but until the late 90s I really didnt record my flights as it were the busiest business travel times of my life.


User currently offlinejetjack74 From United States of America, joined Jul 2003, 7423 posts, RR: 50
Reply 20, posted (1 year 9 months 3 weeks 5 hours ago) and read 11630 times:
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It was my favourite aircraft in the NW fleet. I used to bid 727 trips exclusively because they always had great layovers in all the right places, MIA, ABQ, PHX, SAN, LAS, SRQ, FCA, BOI, and the list goes on and on. I came to flying at the near-end of its career, and like many plane-nuts, wished it had lasted abit longer, but 9-11 saw to that. It gave me a glimpse into the 1st-generation jet flying of the 707/727 glory years. A gorgeous plane with a great sound to it. Miss her.


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User currently offlinetype-rated From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 21, posted (1 year 9 months 3 weeks 5 hours ago) and read 11231 times:

Out of all the 727 trips I have made only about a handful or so were on the 727-100 series. It seemed that in the late 60's and on the -200 model was much more common. In the early 70's I flew mostly on BN 727's. On any of their -100's I never did see any seats directly across the aisle from from the center galley. There was a bulkhead on both sides of the aisle. They had 5 or 6 rows of F, then the galley and then Y. I think across the aisle from the galley was a coat closet or something similar.

Did NW every fly the -100 model or just the -200 model? I never did encounter a NW -100.

Quoting jetjack74 (Reply 20):
A gorgeous plane with a great sound to it

When those 3 engines spooled up you definitely knew you were going places. But at full load the plane seemed to eat up a lot of runway on takeoff.


User currently offlinegemuser From Australia, joined Nov 2003, 5763 posts, RR: 6
Reply 22, posted (1 year 9 months 3 weeks 4 hours ago) and read 11086 times:

[quote=type-rated,reply=21]But at full load the plane seemed to eat up a lot of runway on takeoff.[/]

Are you referring to the 200 version? The 100 had amazing short field performance, for its time, with triple slotted flaps, leading edge devices etc. With everything hanging out in the breeze it looked like the wing was falling apart!

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User currently offlineSpaceshipDC10 From Canada, joined Jan 2013, 1989 posts, RR: 3
Reply 23, posted (1 year 9 months 3 weeks 4 hours ago) and read 11071 times:

Quoting jetjack74 (Reply 20):
Did NW every fly the -100 model or just the -200 model? I never did encounter a NW -100.

NW had -100 models in its fleet both -100 and -100C for which it was a launch customer.

http://www.geocities.com/aeromoe/fleets/nw.html



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User currently offlineUnited_fan From United States of America, joined Nov 2000, 7522 posts, RR: 7
Reply 24, posted (1 year 9 months 3 weeks 4 hours ago) and read 10845 times:

Quoting SurfandSnow (Reply 13):
I remember they even flew the 727 from ORD all the way out to LAS!

I purposely booked that flight and flew it in Sep 1st 2001. They served omlettes in Y class,too . My last 727 flight was ATL-ROC on DL N8890Z March 9,2003. We recently lost the only 727 in ROC when Capitol Cargo switched to 757's.



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25 Post contains images garpd : Something I prepared earlier:
26 Post contains images ImperialEagle : The -72's and the -9's. Well, if you were sitting up front they certainly were quiet especially at takeoff. They were called Whisperjets for that rea
27 Post contains links and images PC12Fan : Ah, the legendary three holer. We've posted shots of the first builts. It's only fair that the last builts are posted as well. The very last one off t
28 United_fan : I remember seeing and hearing Champion departing LAS in the summer . Lots of 'pops' and runway used.
29 Post contains images SpaceshipDC10 : Very nice job.
30 Post contains links and images lightsaber : An amazing feat for a plane that is pressurized! My father was one of many who worked on the plane, albeit as a summer intern early in its flight test
31 einsteinboricua : I miss these birds in SJU. FedEx and Amerijet occasionally bring them, but it's very rare. AA, CO, and US all brought them to SJU, not to mention KP a
32 longhauler : That's brilliant! It would make a great flight bag sticker, and it reminds me how very handsome the B727 was/is. I hope you don't mind, but I re-post
33 type-rated : Yes I was thinking of the -200 version. I believe UA also flew them ORD-SFO and ORD-SJC. Speaking of Champion Air, they used to fly these into HOU as
34 EMBQA : Pretty sure I flew on one of the last American Airlines 727 flight in mid 2001. It was BNA - DFW
35 tistpaa727 : Fantastic, sleek plane. I remember flying these between St. Thomas and New York frequently on Pan Am as a young boy. Such great memories. Then the 757
36 boeingrulz : I am also 50 years old this year. I have flown in the 727's of South African Airways and PanAm in the 70's and Alaska in the 80's. Spotting in Seattle
37 fanofjets : Two iconic airplanes! I almost forgot about the Jumbo's first flight. But to stick to the topic, the Boeing 727 certainly deserves her accolades. I h
38 tb727 : Amen to that! After loving the airplane my whole life, it's very special to me that I may be one of the last pilots that will probably ever be typed
39 jc2354 : Same with me. A lot of pilots had transition problems coming from the props (DC-7, Electra,etc), as well as a few 707 and DC-8 guys. It was a very co
40 Highflier92660 : Just a beautiful aircraft, as though the laws of aerodynamics and aesthetics converged to create her. I've heard the only drawback of that amazing 108
41 SpaceshipDC10 : I once flew a UA 727 ORD-LAX non-stop.
42 Post contains links and images UA735WL : The 727 always was my favorite aircraft to fly on, by far....much more elegent and more capable than the fuel miserly birds of today (!) My first 727
43 Post contains links 71Zulu : Here is a great vid to hear the sound of the 727 http://youtu.be/gwel7Ulmrvs US Air flew the 722 CLT-SFO http://youtu.be/ZBVh2GJJdus
44 s.p.a.s. : I have fond memories on the 727... Back in the day I was an youngster we used to travel a lot and I made many flights on RG, TR (QD back then) and SC
45 ozark1 : Yeah, it was rough working out of the one galley with 3, sometimes 4, FA's. We called the small section of coach seats forward of the galley the Twil
46 Post contains links and images av757 : Those 727-259/Adv we had at AV powered with the large PW JT8D-17R engines, had the auto throttle, auto brakes, the PDCS (performance data computer sys
47 Post contains links deltacto : Here's a seat map of Northwest's 727-100 from 1991 8F/110Y http://www.departedflights.com/NW7271091.html
48 ak : Long live the "Lead Sled"!
49 KC135TopBoom : My first flight was on a Northeast B-727-95, around 1966 or so, BOS to MIA. My first B-727-200 was also aboard a NE B-727-200 (they were the launch cu
50 garpd : Not at all, go right ahead
51 SpaceshipDC10 : They are indeed, but I've always found the BAC 1-11to be louder than the 722. That's a great video with all those 727s in the take-off queue, the sou
52 7BOEING7 : The 727 changed my life. In 1966 as a senior in high school I had the unique opportunity to fly on a production test flight in a 727. Sitting in the j
53 cubastar : Actually, if you were light enough, smooth enough and the temperature cold enough, the 72 flew quite well at 42,000 ft. Once, flying out of IAH eastb
54 cubastar : I know where you got your screen name from but wasn't the VMO a little higher than 380? My old brain is really rusty. Coming downhill on the barberpo
55 Viscount724 : I remember quite a few 727-200 flights on routes like ORD-West Coast, especially early models with the lower-thrust engines, where you wondered if yo
56 piedmont727 : wow 50 years! never had the privlige of flying on one but it was my dads favorite airliner and still is too this day , he always talked about when he
57 type-rated : NW used to fly them MDW-MSP back in the 70's. They would use most of the runway, but then transition into a really steep climb out. Wonderful to watch
58 Max Q : I got a kick out of that Cstar! It may have been higher, in fact, if I remember correctly, in A mode VMO was 380 knots at sea level but that increase
59 HermansCVR580 : This was by far my favorite plane to fuel. It would take the fuel as fast as you could give it to her. Glad I had the honor, I bet I fueled 1,000 of t
60 Wingtips56 : The 727-022 was my first jet ride, on a SFO-YVR flight in 1966. My family and I had flown in from SAC on a UA DC-6, which was the first flight I was o
61 Post contains images enginebird : 50 years old and still a pleasure to look at, something we cannot say about many humans The 727 has always been one of my favorite planes and when it
62 Max Q : That must have been a particularly nice B727. We had Omega and PDCS but none of those other goodies ! Agree, if you were light enough it did fine at
63 CF-CPI : Happy birthday, 727! In 2001 I was on a DL advanced model out of LAS bound for SJC. There can't have been much fuel on board, but with the 108 degree
64 ABQopsHP : She was a great bird to work. Both above and below the wing. I miss seeing her around. And the sound of those P&W engines. Gotta love her. JD CRP[
65 Highflier92660 : No doubt you were one of the captains they used to call "Captain Clacker." Cubaster, I also have the feeling you were around when multi-colored Brani
66 type-rated : Didn't National airlines fly the -100 model MIA-LAX?
67 cubastar : Ahhhh, Youth!
68 cubastar : Actually, I didn't like that "clacker" so I'd just let it "click" once or twice and pull about 1% back on #2. I don't think that I was known as a "Ca
69 ozark1 : Not sure about National but I know Northeast did.
70 Viscount724 : Repeating my previous reply as the end became corrupted and won't let me edit for some reason. UA would have had a stop in SEA in 1966. No US or Cana
71 Wingtips56 : I was on the plane....it did not stop in Seattle. It flew SFO-YVR non-stop. June 1966.
72 tb727 : It's not a limitation, it's a goal!
73 Tomassjc : National did run a -100 nonstop LAX-FLL red eye in 1979.
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