We are pleased to announce the release of new Aviation Art Prints from Darryl Legg.

  • Boeing Triumvirate - Qantas Boeing 707, 747 and 737

QANTAS Boeing 747 Limited Edition Photograph - by Aviation Photographer Peter Keating


Boeing power on display!


Formed up on the ramp at Kingsford Smith Airport in Sydney, Australia in July 1972 are three examples of Boeing's power and domination of the airliner market at that time.

707 VH-EBU joined Qantas in 1967 and flew more than 32,000 hours for the airline over the next nine years.  She was the first aircraft to carry the new Qantas Australia livery.

VH-EBA 'City of Canberra' was one of the first four 747-200s ordered by Qantas and delivered in 1971, finally leaving in 1993 after a colourful career in different liveries and more than 68,000 hours of flight.

737 N1359B was Boeing's own aircraft used for demonstrations.

Between these three types more than 11,500 aircraft were built giving huge numbers of people their first experience of jet flight. 

Two sizes are available. The 14" image is limited to 30 copies, while the 22" version is limited to 20 copies

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Boeing Triumvirate - Qantas Boeing 707, 747 and 737

  • Artist: Peter Keating
  • Product Code: CHG-006
  • Availability: In Stock
  • £24.00

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