PSAatSAN4Ever wrote:Probably American Eagle. A charter airline that has no relation to today's American Eagle.3) Can anyone identify the airline of the blue & green airliner?
3) Can anyone identify the airline of the blue & green airliner?
PSAatSAN4Ever wrote:4) The two TWA 707's look surprisingly small next to "Global International" and the unidentified airliner. They all appear to be 707's, but the perspective is messing with me. Thoughts?
PI4EVR wrote:In the close up of 707's the red cheatline airplane appears to be a World Airways 707-300 and it also has a close appearance to a QF 707 but the titling above the cheatline does not fit for Qantas Australia as it appeared on that airplane.
GalaxyFlyer wrote:Yeah, ex-PAA and ex-TWA 707s used to convert KC-135As to KC-135Es. Engines and fins removed for the conversion.
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