The Boeing 707 is an American four-engine commercial passenger jet developed by Boeing in the 1950s. Its name is most commonly spoken as 'Seven Oh Seven'. Boeing delivered a total of 1010 Boeing 707, which dominated passenger air transport in the 1960s and remained common through the 1970s.
- An astonishing 26 liveries are included
- It also comes with a flight manual of 659 pages
- Now with 3D Cockpit
707 Captain Charles Raines (retired) wrote:
Thanks for the note. I agree, the recent global scenery update was
outstanding. I can't imagine how much work that must have taken them. I
also thought you did a good job on the B707 manual. I'll bet it will
be a while before you undertake another project like that. I'm
surprised you didn't wear out your scanner. I kind of run hot and cold
with x-plane. I will spend hours for days at a time flying different
airplanes and exploring different places, then I'll go weeks without
ever touching it. I've been playing with it lately and I honestly think
your B707 is the best simulation of the actual airplane I have found.
It is also the most enjoyable airplane to fly of anything I have found."
3D cockpit by Julien Brezel