From Wikipedia: The 707 aircraft is a four-engine commercial passenger jet airliner developed by in the early 1950`s. Its name is most commonly pronounced as 'Seven Oh Seven'.
Although it was not the first commercial jet in service, the 707 was among the first to be commercially successful. Dominating passenger air transport in the 1960`s, and remaining common throughout the 1970`s, the 707 is generally credited with ushering in the Jet Age.
The first flight of the first production 707-120 took place on December 20, 1957, and FAA certification followed on September 18, 1958. Production of the passenger 707 ended in 1978. In total, 1,010 707s were built for civil use, though many of these found their way to military service. The purpose-built military variants remained in production until 1991.
Traces of the 707 are still found in the Seven-Thirty-Seven, which uses a modified version of the 707`s fuselage, as well as essentially the same external nose and cockpit configuration as the 707.
The VC-137C variant of the  was a special-purpose design meant to serve as Air Force One, the secure transport for the President of The United States of America. These models were in operational use from 1962 to 1990.
Product Features: -Includes 'group' information, which your software should interpret as separate parts and allow you to move the rudder, wing flaps (elevators and ailerons), and more. -Includes landing gear which your software should interpret as a separate part: hide or show it to suit the needs of your scene... or create an animation of the landing gear retracing (and the landing gear doors closing). -Does not include an interior and the windows are not see-through. -Does not include opening or moving passenger doors. -Includes five fictional texture sets (to avoid copyright issues), at 2048x2048 pixels --Allied Airways: blue and white body with a blue tail --Falcon Airlines: black body with a red stripe and tail --NordAirlines: Red and gray, with a white stripe --Shamrock Air: green top with white bottom and a shamrock on the tail --Sunny Air Lines: blue top, yellow bottom, with a sun on the tail -The tires on this aircraft include modelled treads, so there is no need for a displacement map.
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