Braniff International Airways Boeing 720-027 N7077.

Boeing 720-027 N7077 first flew on March 16 1961 and it was accepted by Braniff on March 22 1966.
N7077 was subsequently bought by American Aviation Services Inc., on August 21 1971, and it was leased to Aeromerica in April 1975, before being withdrawn from service. N7077 was stored at Boeing Field in January 1981 and then broken up.
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Bibliography:
“Classic Early Jet Liners 1958-1979”.
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Wish Braniff stuck around long enough so that the gorgeous liveries would stick around on newer aircraft.

All good things must come to an end…

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Those lemon and orange colours as liveries are things of the past, it would fun to see a 747 painted in orange.

Caption steals the cake.

The “Great Pumpkin”.

Oh how I wish they were still here…

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I like the look of it. I hope we get this, especially B707 Boeing 727 both in IF.

B707, below:
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B727, below:
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B720, below:
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B367-80, below:
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