Since the 1960s, Boeing has become a dominant force in the civilian airliner market, thanks almost entirely to its widespread and versatile 7x7 range of aircraft. Despite a rough start and intense competition in the 1950s, Boeing stuck with their jet airliner designs, a decision that has paid off immensely. Boeing airliners are in service all over the world, with both civilian and military variants in use.
Displayed here is the jet that brought Boeing to its first success in the airliner market, the Boeing 707. This historic aircraft is reproduced here in the livery of Trans World Airlines, superbly crafted with an eye to detail that will make it a welcome addition to any collection.