FS2004 Braniff Boeing 727-200 N351PA
This plane is one of about 70 Boeing 727s of various marks bought by Braniff over the period 1965-73. Braniff had a similar livery for each plane, but every one was painted in different colors. This one is sometimes referred as the "Braniff Blue" for obvious reasons. Original model by Mike Sto...
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- Microsoft Flight Simulator 2004
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This plane is one of about 70 Boeing 727s of various marks bought by Braniff over the period 1965-73. Braniff had a similar livery for each plane, but every one was painted in different colors. This one is sometimes referred as the "Braniff Blue" for obvious reasons. Original model by Mike Stone, repainted by Alejandro Hurtado.
Screenshot of Braniff Boeing 727-200 on runway.
Usually, the Braniff planes had a register like N???BN, but this one was different, and in fact in the 90's this plane was used by Pan American with Pan American logos. Maybe Braniff only hired this plane to PA.
title=Braniff 727-200 N351PA
description=40 years old and still flying, the venerable 727 far surpassed Boeing's most optimistic sales forecasts. 1831 were built, with many still in service today. Noisy and inefficient by today's standards, it set new standards for comfort and reliability in its day.\nThis is one of about 70 Boeing 727 of various marks bought by Braniff over the period 1965-73.\nModel by Mike Stone, Repaint by Alejandro Hurtado
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|READ 1st.txt||02.19.04||1.82 kB|
|Go to Fly Away Simulation.url||01.22.16||52 B|
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