No waiting for three years for these shots. This was from a few weeks ago after dropping off the Chicklets at school. Because *all* my shortcuts *always* pass by an airport. Always.
N129UP awaits its morning load. Heheheheheheheheh, I said "LOAD"...... Built January 2001 for UPS.
Trans World Airlines Boeing 727-100/200 | N850TW & N12301 | "Starstream 727" Delivery colors | 1964/1968
TWA launched its first jet services on 25 January 1959 between New York Idlewild-San Francisco with the Boeing 707 in competition with American Airlines' launch of 707 services between New York Idlewild and Los Angeles. Howard Hughes pushed TWA's finances to the limit to
Braniff International Boeing 727-200 | N401BN, N402BN, & N403BN | Delivery colors | June 1970
For the longest time, I'd always thought there was just one Braniff 727-200 that wore the Girard/Jellybean colors and that was N401BN and it was red. I even have a postcard of that Red Jellybean Braniff 727-200 framed an in my study at home. Then back in March 2009 Forrest/SWAHQ2 posts a truly epic thread for Braniff aficionados
*I will update this listing as needed with any new information, prints, prices, sizes, and so on. Check back at least weekly. I have a ton of prints available yet to add to this list.
Changes to the list:
23 May 2012: Added listing of available 707 prints.
Braniff International 707-327C | N7097 | Green Girard colors | "Peace on Earth Charter" | 1969
Aircraft chartered by Ross Perot Christmas 1969 to bring
Ozark Air Lines DC-9 Series 15 | N970Z & N971Z | Delivery colors, two variations (1966, 1980)
Through the early 1960s, many of the local service carriers of the United States had been exploring upgrades to pure-jet equipment to keep up with the technological advances in air transport that the large trunk airlines were following. In the latter half of that decade, many of the local service