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This promotional film was made for BOAC in 1963 and shows the preparation and flight of a BOAC Boeing 707. It also contains some great shots of the BOAC VC-10, together with Heathrow, Kai Tak, and New York airports in the early 1960s.
3498 days ago    31861 views     Henry Tenby
08:53
This promotional film was made for BOAC in 1963 and shows the preparation and flight of a BOAC Boeing 707. It also contains some great shots of the BOAC VC-10, together with Heathrow, Kai Tak, and New York airports in the early 1960s.
3498 days ago    31226 views     Henry Tenby
08:25
This promotional film was made for BOAC in 1963 and shows the preparation and flight of a BOAC Boeing 707. It also contains some great shots of the BOAC VC-10, together with Heathrow, Kai Tak, and New York airports in the early 1960s.
3425 days ago    26474 views     Henry Tenby
00:57
A commercial for the BOAC VC10, from the late 60s/early 70s. Features some superb slow motion shots of the VC10 taking off and landing.
3003 days ago    31785 views     Ken Sayers
02:23
The Yankee Clipper flew across the Atlantic on a route from New York to Southampton. The inaugural trip occurred on June 24, 1939. The Yankee Clipper crashed February 22, 1943 in Lisbon, Portugal. During the war the Yankee was assigned to the navy and allowed to continue passenger service between the United States and Portugal (indirectly serving all Europeans able to reach Lisbon). On February 22, 1943, after completing its 241st transatlantic flight, the Yankee Clipper circled for a landing on the Tagus River in Lisbon, Portugal. Her port wing tip skimmed the water, dug in, and she slammed into the river, breaking into several pieces, and sank inside of 10 minutes.
3531 days ago    31194 views     Henry Tenby
01:20
This DVD is available from AirlineHobby.com DVDs. These 1950s era films capture the development, manufacture, flight test, and airline operations of the Boeing 707 and 720. All of the early Boeing 707 and 720 customers are represented including Pan Am, Continental Airlines, TWA, American Airlines, Braniff, Varig, Air France, Aer Lingus, United Airlines, BOAC, Sabena, South African Airways, and others. DVD highlights include test flying both the 707 and 720 from the California high desert at Edwards Air Force base, President Eisenhower’s December, 1959, eleven nation tour (Operation Monsoon) aboard the first MATS VC137A, the delivery of the first Qantas Boeing 707, the May 28, 1959, Boeing 707 intercontinental route proving flight from Seattle to Rome direct (with Boeing President William Allen aboard), Sabena’s remarkable 707 operations during the Congo evacuations of 1960, delivery of Irish International’s first Boeing 720 in the Fall of 1960, and their subsequent crew training with the aircraft in Tuscon, and a lot more!
         4170 days ago    32302 views     Henry Tenby
01:50
This period film clip from the late 1950s explains the rival between the Boeing 707 and De Havilland Comet as both aircraft were ordered by BOAC.
         3639 days ago    23333 views     Ken Sayers
04:07
A video of a historic moment where Boeing's first airliner (707 also called the Dash 80) flies with their latest (at the time) airliner (777) filmed by Clay Lacy Aviation.
2367 days ago    23347 views     Ken Sayers
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