|Length||23.3 cm||9.2 in||Approx|
|Wingspan||21.7 cm||8.5 in||Approx|
- Constructed with metal and plastic components
- Undercarriage fixed extended
- Display stand included.
Inflight200 IF707PA1120P – 1/200 Scale Boeing 707-320B, Pan Am
Inflight200 diecast model IF707PA1120P replicates in 1/200 scale the Boeing B707-320B, registered N434PA in the livery of Pan Am, circa the early 1970s.
Pan American World Airways, commonly known as Pan Am was a major American international airline. Founded on March 14, 1927, by Carl A. Spaatz, Air Corps Majors Henry H. “Hap” Arnold and John H. Jouett. The airline used the word “Clipper” in all aircraft names and call signs. In June 1947 Pan Am became the first airline to provide scheduled around-the-world flights. Declare bankrupt it ceased operations on December 4, 1991, with Delta Air Lines purchasing profitable assets.
The Boeing 707 is an American four turbofan engined, mid-size, medium to a long-range narrow-bodied airliner. The production variant first flew on December 20, 1957, entering service on October 26, 1958, with Pan Am. Developed from the privately funded Boeing Dash 80 demonstrator it had a longer, broader fuselage, and increased wingspan. The B707 dominated passenger air transport in the 1960s and 1970s and over its lifetime the design has undergone improvement and modification to meet customer requirements, leading to multiple variants. Numerous air forces have used new or second-hand airframes for general transport, aerial refuelling, and electronic warfare and as Air Force One.
The last scheduled passenger service by a US carrier occurred on October 30, 1983, by Trans World Airline. Saha Airlines of Iran ran the final scheduled passenger service in April 2013; the type remains in military service. Boeing built 1010 units of all variants, both commercial and military before production of commercial variants ended in 1978 and military in 1991.
The airframe is an all-metal structure with a semi-monocoque fuselage, low mounted cantilevered swept-back tapered wings, conventional single-fin tail and retractable tricycle undercarriage. Flight crew consists of two pilots, flight engineer and navigator when required. The passenger cabin seats 141 in a typical 2 class configuration, in a single class up to 219 depending on variant.
The 707-320C used four Pratt & Whitney JT3D turbofan engines pylon mounted two under each wing. The -320C had a cruise speed of 885-1000 km/h ( 550-621 mph), a service ceiling of 11,885m (39,000 ft) and range of 5,400 km (3,355 mi).