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See Incredible Photos of Vintage Airplanes

See Incredible Photos of Vintage Airplanes

Boeing Model in flight over New York City. The Model 247 ushered in the age of speed, reliability, safety and comfort in air travel.

At JFK in 1985 - Pan Am's "billboard" livery on a 727-200, A300, 747-100 and a 747-SP - FlyPanAm

At JFK in 1985 - Pan Am's "billboard" livery on a 727-200, A300, 747-100 and a 747-SP - FlyPanAm

Vintage TWA L1011 Tristar. Avión competidor del DC-10 y una de las pocas incursiones de Lockheed en el mercado de los reactores comerciales.

Vintage TWA L1011 Tristar. Avión competidor del DC-10 y una de las pocas incursiones de Lockheed en el mercado de los reactores comerciales.

Electra II. I read somewhere that these planes were glued together? Please confirm or correct me if I'm wrong. Thanks

Electra II. I read somewhere that these planes were glued together? Please confirm or correct me if I'm wrong. Thanks

PSA Gets Its First Boeing 727 | PSA ( Pacific Southwest Airlines ) 1st Boeing 727 on about 4/5/65.

PSA Gets Its First Boeing 727 | PSA ( Pacific Southwest Airlines ) 1st Boeing 727 on about 4/5/65.

Pan Am Boeing 707 and 747 in 1969.  Two jets that changed the world.

Pan Am Boeing 707 and 747 in 1969. Two jets that changed the world.

Air Canada Cargo Douglas DC-8-54(F) CF-TJL at Toronto-International, November 1973. This is a pure freight aircraft despite the retention of many windows in its fuselage. (Photo: R.A.Scholefield)

Air Canada Cargo Douglas DC-8-54(F) CF-TJL at Toronto-International, November 1973. This is a pure freight aircraft despite the retention of many windows in its fuselage. (Photo: R.A.Scholefield)

United Air Lines Douglas DC-8-12 N8004U on the occasion of it's delivery in May 1959. N8004U was just the eighth airframe off the Douglas line in November 1958 as a DC-8-11 with Pratt & Whitney JT3C-6 engines. It was modified after testing, to the delivered version, a DC-8-12 that included leading edge slots. N8004U was later modified to become a DC-8-21 in February 1964 with the addition of Pratt & Whitney JT4A-3 engines. (Image: Douglas Aircraft Company)

United Air Lines Douglas DC-8-12 N8004U on the occasion of it's delivery in May 1959. N8004U was just the eighth airframe off the Douglas line in November 1958 as a DC-8-11 with Pratt & Whitney JT3C-6 engines. It was modified after testing, to the delivered version, a DC-8-12 that included leading edge slots. N8004U was later modified to become a DC-8-21 in February 1964 with the addition of Pratt & Whitney JT4A-3 engines. (Image: Douglas Aircraft Company)