Pictures of G-APFJ

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G-APFJ, Boeing 707-400, British Overseas Airways Corporation (BOAC)
Photo ID11091
AirlineBritish Overseas Airways Corporation (BOAC)
AircraftBoeing 707-400 (436)
RegNoG-APFJ
LocationUnited Kingdom, Edinburgh
RAF East Fortune
PhotographerAlastair C McBean
Date21/2/2010
Remarks4 years on from the last time I saw her, Foxtrot Juliet has re-acquired her origianl paint scheme from 50 years ago. Note another of the BA stable reflected in the glossy paintwork.
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G-APFJ, Boeing 707-400, British Airtours
Photo ID5406
AirlineBritish Airtours
AircraftBoeing 707-400 (436)
RegNoG-APFJ
LocationUnited Kingdom, Wolverhampton
RAF Museum Cosford (EGWC)
PhotographerIan T Powell
Date9/4/2006
Remarkscaught just as she was being broken up this is the 707 that Alastair posted the nose from. Such a shame as she was the only 400 series left intact!
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G-APFJ, Boeing 707-400, British Airtours
Photo ID5310
AirlineBritish Airtours
AircraftBoeing 707-400 (436)
RegNoG-APFJ
LocationUnited Kingdom, Edinburgh
RAF East Fortune
PhotographerAlastair C McBean
Date18/7/2006
RemarksSadly this is all that remains of 707 G-APFJ. One of the original 436s delivered to BOAC, these differed from other seven-ohs by having RR Conway engines. Ending her days with their charter arm, British Airtours, she then moved to BA's collectionat RAF Cosford. Remained intact until the decision to disperse the collection ihch had suffered from external storage and she was broken up in 2006. At that point she was the last RR engined 707 surviving in the UK . The NSM acquired the forward fuselage so at least some of a different favoured Boeing has survived
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