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Boeing 727

 

Making it's maiden flight in 1963, the 727 soon became one of the most popular aircraft to fly at the time. Production rate for these aircraft were very high until 1984 where all of this came to a end. Almost 2,000 aircraft were produced, making it the most produced commercial jet airliner in the world, until 1990 where the Boeing 737 claimed this title.

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  • Features

T' tail

3 small engines at the rear

1 engine on the tail and two at the back of the fuselage

Narrow body

Variants:

727-100

727-200

727-200F

Images

Boeing 727

Boeing 727
Boeing 727