The Boeing 707 prototype first flew in 1954 and the first order was placed by Pan American in 1955. In 1956 BOAC (British Overseas Airways Corporation) ordered 18 of the larger 707-420 ‘Intercontinental’ version of the Boeing 707, powered by Rolls Royce Conway engines instead of the usual Pratt and Whitney JT4A engines.
To comply with British airworthiness requirements a taller fin, rudder and a ventral fin were added. Known as the 707-436 in BAOC service they started flying scheduled services in May 1960.
Number of Parts 72
Assembled Dimensions (mm) L 323 x W 300
ATTENTION MODEL KIT: Not a toy. This set requires both glue and paint in order to be completed. Not included.