Boeing 727-200

Hi guys 👋,
So I was going around the internet in my google car and I came across the Boeing 727-200. I thought it would be a great addition to the tri-jet aircraft like the DC 10.

Information About The 727-200

The Boeing 727 is a midsized, narrow-body three-engined jet aircraft built by Boeing Commercial Airplanes from the early 1960s to 1984. It can carry 149 to 189 passengers and later models can fly up to 2,700 nautical miles (5,000 km) nonstop. Intended for short and medium-length flights, the 727 can use relatively short runways at smaller airports. It has three Pratt & Whitney JT8D engines below the T-tail, one on each side of the rear fuselage with a center engine that connects through an S-duct to an inlet at the base of the fin. The 727 is Boeing’s only trijet aircraft

Operators of the 727-200

Air Algérie 1971

Ethiopian Airlines 1979

Libyan Arab Airlines 1975

Royal Air Maroc 1970

Nigeria Airways 1977

South African Airways 1965

Tunis Air 1973

Aerolíneas Argentinas 1978

Lloyd Aéreo Boliviano 1970

Cruzeiro do Sul 1971

Varig 1970
VASP 1977

Air Canada 1974
CP Air 1970
Wardair Canada 1966

Cayman Airways 1982

LAN Chile 1968

Avianca 1966

Lacsa 1993
Aero Costa Rica 1998

Dominicana 1971

Air Jamaica 1974

Mexicana 1967
Trinidad and Tobago
British West Indian Airways 1964

Air America 1966
Airlift International 1967
Alaska Airlines 1966
Allegheny Airlines 1970
American Airlines 1964
American Flyers Airline 1968
Braniff Airways 1965
Continental Airlines 1968
Delta Air Lines 1973
Eastern Air Lines 1963
FedEx Express 1983
Frontier Airlines 1966
Hughes Airwest 1967
National Airlines 1964
Northeast Airlines 1966
Northwest Orient Airlines 1964
Ozark Air Lines 1979 (Ozark never actually operated the 727 in scheduled service)
Pacific Air Lines 1966
Pacific Southwest Airlines 1965
Pan American World Airways 1966
Republic Airlines 1980
Southern Airways 1966 (Southern never actually operated the 727 in scheduled service)
Southwest Airlines (leased from Braniff International and People Express Airlines) 1979
Trans Caribbean Airways 1968
Trans International Airlines 1968
Trans World Airlines 1964
United Air Lines 1964
Western Air Lines 1969
World Airways 1967

Avensa 1979
Aeropostal 2002

Ariana Afghan Airlines 1968

Iran Air 1966

Iraqi Airways 1976

All Nippon Airways 1965
Japan Air Lines 1965
Japan Domestic Airlines 1966

Alia Royal Jordanian Airlines 1974

Kuwait Airways 1980

Philippine Airlines 1979

Singapore Airlines 1977

Syrianair 1976

China Airlines 1967

Yemen Airways 1979

Sabena 1967

Sterling Airways 1973

Air Charter International 1981
Air France

Hapag Lloyd 1979
Lufthansa 1964
Germania/SAT 1975

Olympic Airways 1968

Icelandair 1967

Alitalia 1976

Transportes Aéreos Portugueses/TAP Air Portugal 1967 (included aircraft operated by wholly owned subsidiary Air Atlantis)

Iberia 1973[1]

Transair Sweden 1967

THY Turkish Airlines 1974

Condor 1973

JAT Yugoslav Airlines 1974[1]

Ansett Airlines 1964
Trans Australia Airlines 1964

Yes this is a long list, but still, it’s worth it if I want to get any votes. ;)

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This image is of the old United Airlines Livery on the 727 - 200. Imagine this in HD on Infinite Glight! It would be stunning!

Could you add a picture to this request. Otherwise this is a great request. Also make sure to vote for your own request :)

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I would love the WardAir Livery! :)

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Oh yeah, would love these! I prefer the 727 over any other trijet because all the engines are at the back. Nice touch.

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Gulfstream > 727

but 727 will be a good addition tho

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Stunning Aircraft!

Credit: https://www.planespotters.net/photo/114846/n166fe-federal-express-fedex-boeing-727-200

I love the sweep of the tail

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I like it, we could use some more regional planes.

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Would be nice to have, but I think rework of many other outdated contemporary planes should come first aswell as the A350

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Same here, thought it would be a great addition!

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I love the 727, I’ve seen them a few times but sadly they are very rare to find today.

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We absolutely need this plane!

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In my humble opinion, The Best looking aircraft of all-time. This beautiful bird is what made me fall in love with aviation.

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It looks like a hybrid between a 717 and a DC-10

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Please vote for this aircraft! It is amazing

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Wow

I haven’t had internet for maybe a couple of days and already people like what they see.

Make sure to vote if you love it, or if you don’t have anymore votes, unvote from something really old!

just a reminder! 😆

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With that iconic 737 nose and a landing light on one of the slats. Beautiful!

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I have been flying (especially landing) the B712 lately and I have just loved it so much. Also the B727 would be the only aircraft in IF to have a trijet all on the back. For both these reasons plus the stunning look of it, I would very much like to see the B727 in IF ahead of so many other feature requests. I voted Yes!

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I LOVE the rear stairs on this airplane! :)

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It would be cool if the rear stairs were added to the 727 if they add it to Infinite Flight

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And it has a real exhaust it seems from this photo not that weird hole-thing the others have : D