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More: Pan American World Airways - Pan Am
More: Boeing 707-321B
More: Paris - Le Bourget (LBG / LFPB)
More: France, October 26, 1983
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N880PA (cn 20019/767) Put back into service and detailed to 1958 livery (including naming "Clipper America") for 25-year commemoration flight of first U.S. trans-Atlantic jet flight (New York-Paris).
More: Michel Gilliand
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A visitor from - posted Thu August 1, 2013:
Wow, look how small the cargo pit door is....and the forward RH door also. I guess they didn't have much faith in their door frame designs back then.

A visitor from - posted Thu August 1, 2013:
How big is a 707? Is it about like a stretched 737?

A visitor from - posted Wed December 19, 2012:
Very clear crisp image

A visitor from United States posted Wed April 20, 2011:
Incomprehensible how there isn't a PAA 707 preserved in the USA. There are more civilian 707s preserved in Europe! This one barely fits my monitor(not a fan of oversized shots) but great subject so it gets 5-stars ;)

A visitor from Germany posted Wed April 20, 2011:
One tends to ask "why have they stopped building airplanes like this beauty and why have they stopped to paint airplanes like this instead of cryptic billboards and producing A380s ?"

A visitor from - posted Wed December 1, 2010:
A great photo to be sure; it also points out a slight flaw in the retro-livery: the silver cheatline isn't quite correct; it originally taperred much closer to the radome blackout spot on the point of the nose than shown here (look at other vintage PA 707's for comparison).

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Sun April 4, 2010:
Love Pan Am, especially the older Pan American liverys. Thank you for that great 707.

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