The first flight of the innovative 707 was July 1954 and after extensive flight tests, the aircraft was certified as air-worthy the following year. The 707 evolved from the first design to a longer, heavier aircraft with longer range and higher performance. TWA first flew the 707-331 in 1959. These were among the first of the 707 “inter-continental" aircraft with extended fuselage for greater passenger capacity and re-designed wings for longer range and better fuel efficiently. TWA operated the 707 until 1979.
This product contains small parts and is a choking hazard so not suitable for children under 3 years old.