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Title Pacific Northern Boeing 720B, N720V Model Airplane
Date 1962-1967
Collection Pacific Northern Airlines Promotional Objects
Object Name Model
Catalog Number 1987.13.17
Description Pacific Northern Airlines Boeing 720B, N720V, Ship 301 model airplane painted in red, white, and blue livery. Pacific Northern's logo, which features the Alaska state flag, is on the aircraft nose and tail. The tail also has the slogan: "PNA / The Alaska Flag Line." The model is plastic with a metal and plastic stand. The Boeing 720B is a four-engine narrow-body short- to medium-range passenger jet airliner. Developed by Boeing in the late 1950s from the Boeing 707, the 720 has a shorter fuselage and less range. Scale - 1:58
Artist/Maker Pacific Miniatures (Pac Min)
Height (in) 9
Length (in) 28
Width (in) 27
Dimension Details Dimensions taken with stand

Width = Wingspan

Length = Nose to Tail
Provenance Model of Pacific Northern Airlines Boeing 720B, N720V, Ship 301, which was delivered by Boeing to the airline on March 23, 1962. Ship 301 was the first of three 720B aircraft flown by Pacific Northern, which passed to Western Airlines when the airlines merged in 1967, and were later sold to Alaska Airlines.
Search Terms Pacific Northern Airlines
Boeing 720B
Boeing 720
Pacific (U.S.)
Subjects Model airplanes
State flags
Credit line Western Airlines