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BOEING 727-200 (PT-MTQ)
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BOEING 727-200 (PT-MTQ)



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Lewis Tripp
Best looking aircraft ever built.
Colin Seftel
@Lewis check out the Hawker Siddeley Trident, which preceded the 727:
Alexandro DiasPhoto Uploader
@Colin Seftel That and a beautiful Hawker Siddeley Trident plane
Wally Roberts
I don't know about the looks but it was, by far, the worst airline airplane I flew.

It was heaven to get off that dog onto the 767, then later the L1011.
Steven Palmer
I beg to differ to M/S Colin Seftel And Lewis Tripp.
The most beautiful aircraft ever built, and it is in the same design style as the B727 and HS-121 Trident, was the '4 pot' Vickers VC-10.
How can so many good people be so wrong? The most beautiful aircraft ever was the Boeing 707-320, particularly just as it reached V2.
Don Parker
I love the looks of the 727, however, for me, the Lockheed Constellation take the No. 1 spot for most attractive passenger aircraft. Just my .02. ;<)
William Owens
Super Connie my fav commercial... Aero Commander Piston or Turbo Commander my fav Personal... Love 727s DC-10 L-1011 707 Lockheed Lodestar Aerostar...
Michael Glumack
Classic airplane of all time! I’d love to fly on one of these vintage birds one more time. This bird needs a lot on runway to take off. Beautiful picture.
Eugene Aaron
She is old but still beautiful design.
Eugene Aaron
The 707-320 is beautiful. Shares a lot with the 727-200.
Compared to the Trident & the Tupolev Tu-154 (both fabulous aircraft), I'll take the Boeing 727-200 anytime!
Mark Nunn
Wait...no love for the BN Trislander?? lol
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