Aviation Photo #0096903 Boeing 707-321 - Untitled

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Del 03/60 to Pan Am as N728PA. Flightdeck of the "Club 707" restaurant 707 beside Manila Airport. It has a luxury bizjet interior, non-fan JT4 engines covered with red Pan Am engine caps and a ventral strake. It was operated by the Marcos family in the late 1970's, before becoming this restaurant in the early 1980's. The waiters say it belonged to "Elvis," but we all know that isn't so! Originally "Jet Clipper Peerless," note the white yoke and blue control column - very PAA!
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    Carlos A. Morillo Doria
    Untitled
    Boeing 707-321
    Boeing 707-300 (C-18/C-137/E-3/E-6/E-8)
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    Manila - Ninoy Aquino International (Col Jesus A Villamor AB)
    Philippines
    May 1995
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Anonymous
10 years ago
The many switches which seem not easy to operate all at one time.
Anonymous
5 years ago
I liked the wide angle shot that shows most on the cockpit, if the complete flight engineers panel was in the photograph then it would have rated a five.
Anonymous
4 years ago
Those were the days !
Anonymous
2 years ago
I saw this plane/Club 707 restaurant parked beside the MIA in 1994. I read somewhere that the plane once belonged to Elvis.

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