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POLESTAR 707-320B


POLESTAR 707-320B

Polestar 707-320B

Used from 1971 - 1992
Acquired 4 from Northwest Orient in 1970
Acquired 5 from PanAm in 1978

N122WX
N123WX
N124WX
N125WX
Used with a one-class 3-3 layout

N286ZQ
N287ZQ
N288ZQ
N289ZQ
N290ZQ
Used with a two-class 2-2, 3-3 layout

Aircraft used on these routes:
TPA-JFK
TPA-HAV
TPA-MIA
TPA-ORD

Retired in May 1992, replaced by the A310/757-200



    TPA-HAV, really? The livery's quite neat though

    Oooh I like this

    TPA-HAV, really? The livery's quite neat though

    Tampa has a massive Cuban population, so I figured that route would be in high demand. Thanks btw (:

    Hmmm I think that route would be restricted, but I it would be a possibility to do charters. 

    Tampa has a massive Cuban population, so I figured that route would be in high demand. Thanks btw (:

     

    political restrictions... 

    political restrictions... 

    Well, charter flights between the US and Cuba were allowed as of the 90s, but yet sounds a bit hard to apply that in the lore since the plane was retired in 1992

    Well, charter flights between the US and Cuba were allowed as of the 90s, but yet sounds a bit hard to apply that in the lore since the plane was retired in 1992

     

    charter flights are 100% different from scheduled services using 707s

    charter flights are 100% different from scheduled services using 707s

    you can charter a 707..

    you can charter a 707..

     

    yes you can, but there is a difference between running a chartered flight and the lore stating this 707 ran regular service to Havana 

    yes you can, but there is a difference between running a chartered flight and the lore stating this 707 ran regular service to Havana 

    i mean... charters can be regular sometimes that aren't 'official' + could be a part of some sort of third party loophole thing

    idk at least thats how i see it