The Boeing 707 stands as a narrow-body airliner renowned for its long-range capabilities, representing Boeing Commercial Airplanes’ inaugural venture into jetliner production. Often hailed as the trailblazer of the Jet Age, the Boeing 707 played a pivotal role in establishing Boeing C.A. as a prominent manufacturer. The development journey commenced with Boeing’s work on the 367-80 prototype in 1952, culminating in the certification of the first production airliner, the 707-120, in 1958. Notable features include a swept wing design and four podded Pratt & Whitney Canada JT3C-6 engines mounted on the wings. The extended fuselage allowed for increased seating, accommodating up to 189 passengers. The iconic aircraft underwent further developments, solidifying its dominance in the market.
Red Box takes pride in offering an extensive range of ground power equipment for the Boeing 707, encompassing tugs, ground power units, start power units and more, precisely tailored to meet the specific requirements of the aircraft.
This includes the RBFTC250-800 tug, and the RBC8090 GPU Frequency Converter.