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British Overseas Airways Corporation Boeing 707 over the Alps in the 1960s.
The Boeing 707 was a long-range, narrow-body, jet airliner built by Boeing Commercial Airplanes from 1958 to 1979. The 707 was the first commercially successful passenger jet airliner. It was built in a number of different variants and used by operators around the world for over 40 years.

Boeing 707s first entered BOAC service in 1960 with a custom specification that included British built Rolls Royce Conway engines. The BOAC aircraft were transferred to British Airways in 1974 when it merged with BEA to form the new national airline. Boeing 707s went on to form an important part of the British Airways long-haul fleet until their retirement in 1984.

Original Oil Painting: canvas on board with Certificate of Authenticity, framed and ready to hang.

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Stephen Brown


image 16 x 8.5 inches, overall framed size 20 x 12 inches

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