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Pan American Airways - Fleet List and Airframe Histories - The Boeing Jet Fleet (707 and 720)

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Original: 1 January 2007
Last Update: 10 February 2014

The following database is organized by the era in which the aircraft was operated, the aircraft type and the registration number. Although it generally follows the time line of Pan Am, it is not intended to be a chronological list of aircraft acquisitions. It should also be noted that this is a database of Pan American’s airliners, and not necessarily a complete history of each individual airframe.


Boeing 707-120 (including two Boeing 707-139 airframes)

N707PA, Boeing 707-121, Clipper Maria, notes: C/n 17587, delivered to Pan Am on 19 December 1958. In December 1964, this aircraft was converted to Boeing 707-121B standards. It was purchased by Pan Ayer on 21 February 1975, and later operated by a number of firms, including Turk Hava Yollari. The airframe was finally scrapped in May 1988, at Miami , Florida.

N708PA, Boeing 707-121, Clipper Constitution, notes: C/n 17586, delivered to Pan Am on 30 November 1958. In February 1965, this aircraft was converted to Boeing 707-121B standards. It crashed on 17 September 1965, at Montserrat, British West Indies.

N709PA, Boeing 707-121, Clipper America, notes: C/n 17588, delivered to Pan Am on 15 August 1958. It was later renamed Clipper Tradewind. This aircraft crashed at Elkton, Maryland on 8 December 1963.

N710PA, Boeing 707-121, Clipper America, notes: C/n 17589, delivered to Pan Am on 29 September 1958. It was later renamed Clipper Caroline. In March 1965, this aircraft was converted to Boeing 707-121B standards. It was purchased on 21 February 1975, by Pan Ayer. After being operated by a number of firms, including Turk Hava Yollari and Bouraq Indonesian Airlines, the airframe was finally scrapped in August 1984, at Taipei, Taiwan.

N711PA, Boeing 707-121, Clipper America, notes: C/n 17590, delivered to Pan Am on 16 October 1958. It was the first Pan Am aircraft to fly trans-Atlantic jet service - 28 October 1958. It was later renamed Clipper Mayflower. In April 1965, this aircraft was converted to Boeing 707-121B standards. It was purchased on 21 February 1975, by Pan Ayer. After being operated by a number of firms, including Turk Hava Yollari, the airframe was finally scrapped in August 1984, at Taipei, Taiwan.

N712PA, Boeing 707-121, Clipper Washington, notes: C/n 17591, delivered to Pan Am on 30 October 1958. In May 1965, this aircraft was converted to Boeing 707-121B standards. It was purchased on 21 February 1975, by Pan Ayer. After being operated by a number of firms, the airframe was finally scrapped in August 1984, at Taipei, Taiwan.

N778PA, Boeing 707-139, Clipper Skylark, notes: C/n 17903, originally ordered by Cubana, it was never operated by that airline, but rather was leased on 13 May 1960, to Western Air Lines as N74613. Pan Am leased the aircraft on 5 December 1962, and finally bought it outright on 28 February 1964. In November 1964, this aircraft was converted to Boeing 707-139B standards. It was purchased on 7 February 1975 by Pan Ayer. After being operated by a large number of firms, including Trans Asian Airlines and Olympic Airlines, it was bought on 20 March 1986, by the Boeing Company to be used as a source of spares for the Boeing KC-135E Stratotanker program. It was broken up at Davis Monthan Air Force Base. Portions of the airframe may still exist.

N779PA, Boeing 707-139, Clipper Southern Cross, notes: C/n 17904, originally ordered by Cubana, it was never operated by that airline, but rather was leased on 4 May 1960, to Western Air Lines as N74614. Pan Am purchased the aircraft on 5 December 1962. On 7 April 1964, the airframe was damaged beyond economical repair after the crew ran off the end of the runway at JFK International Airport, New York.


Boeing 707-300

N401PA, Boeing 707-321B Advanced, Clipper Dauntless, notes: C/n 18832, delivered to Pan Am on 5 February 1965. This airliner also flew under the title Clipper Antilles. It was withdrawn from use in October 1980, and placed in storage. Pan Am sold this Being 707 on 10 April 1981, to Guinness Peat Aviation, registered EI-BKO. It was then operated by a number of firms, including Hang Khong Viet Nam and Omega Air, before it was bought by the Boeing Military Airplane Company on 22 December 1989. This Boeing 707 was then broken up for spares to be used in the Boeing KC-135E Stratotanker program.

N402PA, Boeing 707-321B Advanced, Clipper Black Hawk, notes: C/n 18833, delivered to Pan Am on 17 February 1965. Pan Am sold this Boeing 707 to Guinness Peat Aviation on 9 April 1979. It was later flown by a number of airlines, including Aeroamerica and American Eagle Airways. It was then bought by the Boeing Military Airplane Company on 8 May 1986. This Boeing 707 was later broken up for spares to be used in the Boeing KC-135E Stratotanker program. Some portions of the airframe may still be extant at Davis Monthan Air Force Base, Arizona.

N403PA, Boeing 707-321B Advanced, Clipper Goodwill, notes: C/n 18834, delivered to Pan Am on 24 February 1965. Pan Am sold this Boeing 707 to ATASCO Leasing, Inc., on 29 June 1978, who in turn leased it to Turk Hava Yollari one day later. It was returned off lease on 30 January 1985. In January 1986, this Boeing 707 was bought by the Boeing Military Airplane Company, and was broken up for spares for the Boeing KC-135E Stratotanker program. Portions of the airframe may still exist at Davis Monthan Air Force Base, Arizona.

N404PA, Boeing 707-321B Advanced, Clipper Seven Seas, notes: C/n 18835, delivered to Pan Am on 5 March 1965. Pan Am sold this Boeing 707 to ITEL Corporation on 13 September 1979. It was then flown by a few additional operators, including Aeroamerica and American Eagle Airways. In January 1989, this Boeing 707 was bought by E-Systems, Inc., who in turn sold it to the United States Air Force Systems Command in July of that year. As of 15 October 2008, this Boeing 707 is still operational and carries a valid FAA registration N404PA.

N405PA, Boeing 707-321B Advanced, Clipper Stargazer, notes: C/n 18836, delivered to Pan Am on 10 March 1965. Pan Am sold this Boeing 707 to ATASCO Leasing, Inc., on 23 June 1978, who in turn leased it to Turk Hava Yollari that same day. It was returned off lease on 21 February 1985. On 19 November 1985, this Boeing 707 was bought by the Boeing Military Airplane Company, and was broken up for spares for the Boeing KC-135E Stratotanker program. Portions of the airframe may still exist at Davis Monthan Air Force Base, Arizona.

N406PA, Boeing 707-321B Advanced, Clipper Kingfisher, notes: C/n 18837, delivered to Pan Am on 17 March 1965. This Boeing 707 also flew under the titles Clipper Early Bird and Clipper Sverige. Pan Am sold this airliner to ATASCO Leasing, Inc., on 26 June 1978. After being leased to various companies, it was sold on 9 October 1990, to the Boeing Military Airplane Company, for use as a source of spares for the Boeing KC-135E Stratotanker Program. Portions of the airframe may still exist at David Monthan Air Force Base, Arizona.

N407PA, Boeing 707-321B Advanced, Clipper Celestial, notes: C/n 18838, delivered to Pan Am on 26 March 1965. This Boeing 707 was destroyed on 17 December 1973, at Rome, Italy, the result of a terrorist attack.

N408PA, Boeing 707-321B Advanced, Clipper Morning Star, notes: C/n 18839, delivered to Pan Am on 16 April 1965. It was withdrawn from use in January 1980, and placed in storage at JFK airport, New York. Pan Am sold this Boeing 707 to American Eagle Airways on 8 August 1980. Pan Am repossessed this airliner on 23 April 1981, and later sold it on 1 December 1981 to Ports of Call. It was later flown by a few additional operators, including Air Gambia and Comtran International. It was last reported under the ownership of Omega Air in October 1994. The current status of this Boeing 707 is not certain, although as of 15 October 2008, this airframes carried a current FAA registration of N454PC, with Omega Air listed as the registrant. In 2009, this airframe was noted in storage at Mojave, California.

N409PA, Boeing 707-321B Advanced, Clipper Eclipse, notes: C/n 18840, delivered to Pan Am on 21 April 1965. Pan Am sold this Boeing 707 on 16 May 1979, to Guinness Peat Aviation. After several additional operators, including Jet Charter Service and Arrow Air, it was bought on 24 April 1984, by the Boeing Military Airplane Company. It was used as a source of spares for the Boeing KC-135E Stratotanker program. Portions of the airframe may still be extant at Davis Monthan Air Force Base, Arizona.

N410PA, Boeing 707-321B Advanced, Clipper Argonaut, notes: C/n 18841, delivered to Pan Am on 27 April 1965. Pan Am sold this Boeing 707 on 20 October 1978, to ATASCO Leasing, Inc., who in turn leased it to Lineas Aereas Paraguayas, registered ZP-CCE, in November 1978. It was later withdrawn from use and placed in storage at Asuncion, Paraguay. The status of this Boeing 707 is not certain. As of 2001, this airframe was still noted in Paraguay awaiting scrapping.

N412PA, Boeing 707-321B Advanced, Clipper Empress of the Skies, notes: C/n 18842, delivered to Pan Am on 21 May 1965. Pan Am sold this Boeing 707 to ATASCO Leasing, Inc., on 19 June 1978, who in turn leased it to Turk Have Yollari, registered TC-JBU. After being returned off lease, the airframe was sold on 25 January 1986, to the Boeing Military Airplane Company. It was used as a source of spares for the Boeing KC-135E program. Portions of the airframe may still exist at Davis Monthan Air Force Base, Arizona.

N414PA, Boeing 707-321B Advanced, Clipper Ann McKim, notes: C/n 18956, delivered to Pan Am on 29 January 1966. It was withdrawn from use in April 1980, and placed in storage. Pan Am sold this Boeing 707 to Air Carrier Supply, on 18 October 1980. The airframe was broken up in March 1981, at Miami, Florida.

N415PA, Boeing 707-321B Advanced, Clipper Monsoon, notes: C/n 18957, delivered to Pan Am on 15 February 1966. Pan Am sold this Boeing 707 on 9 November 1978, to ATASCO Leasing, Inc., who in turn leased it to Lineas Aereas Paraguayas, registered ZP-CCF. After a period of storage in 1994, it was bought in June 1994, by the Government of Paraguay. It then went to the Fuerza Aerea Paraguay, Serial Number FAP-01. The current status of this Boeing 707 is not certain, although as of 15 October 2008, some reports indicate that this airframe is still operational with Fuerza Aerea Paraguay. Reportedly, during this time is was used at the president of Paraguay aircraft.

N416PA, Boeing 707-321B Advanced, Clipper Paul Jones, notes: C/n 18958, delivered to Pan Am on 25 February 1966. Pan Am sold this Boeing 707 on 5 March 1975, to Iran Air, registered EP-IRJ. In 1984, this 707-321B was withdrawn from use, and in May 1986, apparently transferred to the Islamic Republic of Iran Air Force, registered as EP-NHL. As of 15 October 2008, reports indicate that this airframe is in a museum at Tehran and is currently being used as a restaurant. Charles A. Templeton III reports that as of 2010, the airframe is still being used as a restaurant. Thanks Charles.

N417PA, Boeing 707-321B Advanced, Clipper Winged Racer, notes: C/n 18959, delivered to Pan Am on 21 May 1966. This Clipper crashed on 22 July 1973, just after takeoff from Papeete.

N418PA, Boeing 707-321B Advanced, Clipper Yankee Ranger, notes: C/n 18960, delivered to Pan Am on 7 April 1966. It was withdrawn from use in July 1980, and placed in storage at JFK airport, New York. Pan Am sold this Boeing 707 on 29 December 1980, to ATASCO Leasing, Inc., who in turn sold it on 31 December 1980, to the Israeli Aircraft Industries. It was last reported in January 1981, to be in storage at Tel Aviv, Israel. The airframe was still extant in February 1995, but has since been scrapped. The nose of this 707-321B was reportedly shipped to the Weeks Air Museum in Florda.

N419PA, Boeing 707-321B Advanced, Clipper Gem of the Skies, notes: C/n 19264, delivered to Pan Am on 6 November 1966. Pan Am sold this Boeing 707 to ATASCO Leasing, Inc., on 28 December 1979, who in turn sold it to Lineas Aereas Paraguayas, registered ZP-CCG, in February 1980. This Boeing 707 was last reported as in storage at Asuncion, Paraguay, but its current status is not certain. In 2001, this airframe was still noted in Paraguay awaiting scrapping.

N420PA, Boeing 707-321B Advanced, Clipper Monarch of the Skies, notes: C/n 19265, delivered to Pan Am on 9 November 1966. Pan Am sold this Boeing 707 on 28 December 1979, to ATASCO Leasing, Inc., who in turn leased it in February 1980, to Ecuatoriana, registered HC-BCT. It was late sold in March 1994, to AECA Carga Aeroservicios. The current status of this Boeing 707 is not certain, although reports indicate it has been scrapped.

N421PA, Boeing 707-321B Advanced, Clipper Charmer, notes: C/n 19266, delivered to Pan Am on 29 November 1966. This airliner also flew under the title Clipper Splendid. Pan Am sold this Boeing 707 on 9 December 1977, to ATASCO Leasing, Inc. It then flew for a number of operators, including Avianca and Scibe Airlift Zaire. On 2 October 1990, it was bought by the Boeing Military Airplane Company and broken up for spares for use in the Boeing KC-135E program. Portions of the airframe may still be extant at Davis Monthan Air Force Base, Arizona.

N422PA, Boeing 707-321B Advanced, Clipper Mount Vernon, notes: C/n 19275, delivered to Pan Am on 28 June 1967. It was withdrawn from use in May 1980, and placed in storage. Pan Am sold this Boeing 707 on 13 August 1981, to World Wide Aerial Refueling, who sold it in February 1982, to Air Fuel Corporation. Finally, in August 1983, this Boeing 707 was bought by International Air Leases, Inc. It was broken up at Miami, Florida in late 1984.

N423PA, Boeing 707-321B Advanced, Clipper Glory of the Skies, notes: C/n 19276, delivered to Pan Am on 30 June 1967. Pan Am sold this Boeing 707 to Avianca, registered HK-2016, on 25 February 1977. On 25 January 1990, it crashed northeast of John F Kennedy Airport, New York.

N424PA, Boeing 707-321B Advanced, Clipper Golden West, notes: C/n 19277, delivered to Pan Am on 23 July 1967. Pan Am leased it in November 1975 to Merpati Nusantara Airlines, who returned it the following month. It was then withdrawn from service in November 1977, and placed in storage. Pan Am sold this Boeing 707 28 March 1978, to ATASCO Leasing, who in turn sold it to Ecuatoriana, registered HC-BFC, in April 1978. On 19 February 1991, Arkia purchased this Being 707, and registered it as 4X-ATF. It was last reported in June 1993, as withdrawn from use and in storage at Tel Aviv, Israel. The ultimate fate of this Boeing 707 is not certain, although reports indicate it has since been scrapped. An update via Charles A. Templeton III indicates that this airframe has indeed by scrapped, with many component being used to support another 707 - c/n 20122, registered as 4X-ATX. Thanks Charles.

N425PA, Boeing 707-321B Advanced, Clipper Virginia, notes: C/n 19278, delivered to Pan Am on 29 July 1967. It was withdrawn from use in October 1980, and placed in storage at JFK airport, New York. Pan Am sold the Boeing 707 to Aviation Traders Ltd on 12 January 1982, whereupon it was again placed in storage, now at Stansted, England. It was scrapped in 1984.

N426PA, Boeing 707-321B Advanced, Clipper National Eagle, notes: C/n 19361, delivered to Pan Am on 8 September1967. This Boeing 707 may have also flown under the title Clipper Bald Eagle. Pan Am sold this airliner to Avianca, registered HK-2015, in February 1977. It was withdrawn from use and placed in storage in August 1993, at Bogata, Colombia. On 26 October 1993, this Boeing 707 was purchased by Air Taxi International, registered N707LE, who in turn sold it on 18 November 1994 to Legion Express. Reports indicate it was scrapped in 1996, at Miami, Florida.

N427PA, Boeing 707-321B Advanced, Clipper Crystal Palace, notes: C/n 19362, delivered to Pan Am on 14 September 1967. It was withdrawn from use in May 1980, and placed in storage. Pan Am sold the Boeing 707 to Aviation Traders Ltd on 9 October 1981, whereupon it was again placed in storage, now at Stansted, England. It was later scrapped in 1981, at Stansted.

N428PA, Boeing 707-321B Advanced, Clipper Star of Hope, notes: C/n 19363, delivered to Pan Am on 21 September 1967. Pan Am sold this Boeing 707 to ATASCO Leasing on 9 March 1977, who in turn leased it to Korean Air Lines. It was shot down on 2 April 1978, near Murmansk, Russia.

N433PA, Boeing 707-321B Advanced, Clipper Glad Tidings, notes: C/n 19364, delivered to Pan Am on 29 September 1967. Pan Am leased this Boeing 707 in November 1975, to Merpati Nusantara for a term of one month, after which it was returned to Pan Am. In April 1980, this airliner was withdrawn from use and placed in storage at JFK. Pan Am sold this Boeing 707 on 26 March 1982, to Aviation Traders Ltd, who in turn placed it in storage at Stansted, Essex, England. The airframe was subsequently scrapped in 1982, at Stansted.

N434PA, Boeing 707-321B Advanced, Clipper Queen of the Sky, notes: C/n 19365, delivered to Pan Am on 12 October 1967. Pan Am sold this airliner on 21 July 1981, to Aviation Traders Ltd, who placed it in storage at Stansted, Essex, England. It was then broken up for spares.

N435PA, Boeing 707-321B Advanced, Clipper Celestial Empire, notes: C/n 19366, delivered to Pan Am on 13 October 1967. Pan Am sold this Boeing 707 on 17 April 1978, to ATASCO Leasing. After being operated by a few more companies, including Korean Air and Continental Cargo and Trade Services, this airliner was withdrawn from service in October 1992, and placed in storage at Nairobi, Kenya. The ultimate fate of this Being 707 is not known.

N445PA, Boeing 707-321C Advanced, Clipper Archer, notes: C/n 19267, delivered to Pan Am on 15 December 1966. Pan Am sold this Boeing 707-321C on 13 March 1975, to Iran Air, registered EP-IRK. Reports indicate that this 707-321C was withdrawn from use sometime prior to 1992, however the current status of this airliner is not certain.

N446PA, Boeing 707-321C Advanced, Clipper Climax, notes: C/n 19268, delivered to Pan Am on 21 December 1966. This Boeing 707-321C crashed near Singaraja, Bali on 22 April 1974.

N447PA, Boeing 707-321CF Advanced, Clipper Onward, notes: C/n 19269, delivered to Pan Am on 30 April 1967. Pan Am sold this Boeing 707-321CF on 28 June 1977, to Trans Mediterranean Airways, registered OD-AGO. Reports are sketchy, but indicate that this 707-321CF is no longer operational.

N448PA, Boeing 707-321CF Advanced, Clipper Pacific Raider, notes: C/n 19270, delivered to Pan Am on 8 May 1967. Pan Am sold this Boeing 707-321CF on 26 September 1977, to ATASCO Leasing, Inc. It was then operated by a wide variety of airlines, including British Midland Airways, Pakistan International Airlines, Zaire Aero Service, Libyan Arab Airlines, Burlington Air Express and Gulf Air. It was last reported in the stable of Florida West Airlines on 1 February 1994, although reports indicate that it was then sold first to Route Air Cargo and later to Air Atlantic Cargo. Reports also indicate that the airframe was scrapped at Lagos in October 2002.

N449PA, Boeing 707-321CF Advanced, Clipper Red Rover, notes: C/n 19271, delivered to Pan Am on 15 May 1967. Pan Am sold this Being 707-321CF in July 1977, to ATASCO Leasing, Inc., after which it was flown by a myriad of firms, including IAS Cargo Airlines, Arrow Air, Bay Air Cargo and Pelican Air Cargo. This freighter was last reported as under lease to SAVA, in November 1994, however reports indicate that it was sold to International Air Leases in January 1996, and later scrapped in June 2001, at Roswell, New Mexico.

N450PA, Boeing 707-321CF Advanced, Clipper Borinquen, notes: C/n 19272, delivered to Pan Am on 23 May 1967. Pan Am sold this Boeing 707-321CF in August 1975, to Tarom, registered YR-ABM. On 15 January 1993, while under leased to Air Afrique, this freighter landed short and was damaged beyond repair at Abidjan, Ivory Coast.

N451PA, Boeing 707-321CF Advanced, Clipper Union, notes: C/n 19273, delivered to Pan Am on 31 May 1967. Pan Am sold this Boeing 707-321CF on 29 December 1976, to ATASCO Leasing, Inc. It was then operated by such airlines as Iran Air and Ronair, Inc., before being withdrawn from service in December 1992 and placed in storage. It was last listed under the ownership of AECA Carga Aeroservicios in June 1994, with reports indicating it has been withdrawn from use.

N452PA, Boeing 707-321CF Advanced, Clipper Golden Fleece, notes: C/n 19274, delivered to Pan Am on 22 June 1967. Pan Am sold this Boeing 707-321CF on 28 June 1977, to Trans Mediterranean Airways, registered OD-AGP. This current status of this freighter is not certain, although reports indicate it has been withdrawn from use.

N453PA, Boeing 707-321B Advanced, Clipper Universe, notes: C/n 19374, delivered to Pan Am on 19 December 1967. This Boeing 707 also flew under the title Clipper Falcon. Pan Am leased this airliner to Braniff Airways from March to May 1978. It was then sold on 8 May 1979, to ATASCO Leasing, who in turn sold it to LAN Chile, registered CC-CEK, on the same day. LAN Chile sold this Boeing 707 to the Chilean Air Force in February 1991. After being leased for a time to LADECO in December 1991, it was returned to the Chilean Air Force. The ultimate fate of this Boeing 707 is not certain.

N454PA, Boeing 707-321B Advanced, Clipper Radiant, notes: C/n 19376, delivered to Pan Am on 20 December 1967. This Boeing 707 crashed at Pago Pago, Samoa, on 30 January 1974.

N455PA, Boeing 707-321B Advanced, Clipper Waverly, notes: C/n 19378, delivered to Pan Am on 6 February 1968. Pan Am leased this Boeing 707 to Air Afrique from March to May 1978. This airliner was then sold on 15 January 1979, to ATASCO Leasing, who in turn sold it to Compagnie European Recherches, registered OO-PSI. After a number of additional operators, including Air Belgium and United African Airlines, it was purchased by National Overseas Airline in September 1992. This Boeing 707 was last reported as stored at Cairo, Egypt, although its ultimate fate is note certain.

N457PA, Boeing 707-321CF Advanced, Clipper Phoenix, notes: C/n 19367, delivered to Pan Am on 27 October 1967. Pan Am sold this Boeing 707-321CF on 28 June 1978, to ATASCO Leasing, Inc., who in turn leased it to Pelican Air Transport. It was later flown by Zambia Airways, National Air Charter and Air Hong Kong. This freighter was last reported under the ownership of Trans Arabian Transport, registered ST-AMF, in October 1992.

N458PA, Boeing 707-321CF Advanced, Clipper Titian, notes: C/n 19368, delivered to Pan Am on 7 November 1967. On3 November 1973, this Boeing 707-321CF crashed while on approach to Boston-Logan Airport.

N459PA, Boeing 707-321CF Advanced, Clipper Western Continent, notes: C/n 19369, delivered to Pan Am on 27 November 1967. Pan Am sold this Boeing 707-321CF on 3 August 1977, to ATASCO Leasing, Inc. It was then operated by such firms as Korean Air Lines, Continental Cargo Services and Omega Air. It was last reported as under lease to African Airlines International, registered 9G-ADM, in July 1993.

N460PA, Boeing 707-321CF Advanced, Clipper Starlight, notes: C/n 19370, delivered to Pan Am on 30 November 1967. This airliner may have also flown under the title Clipper Sovereign of the Skies. Pan Am sold this Boeing 707-321CF on 1 October 1975, to ATASCO Leasing, Inc., who in turn sold it the same month to Air France, registered F-BYCN. It was purchased in June 1983, by Pan Aviation and re-registered N720GS. It was later withdrawn from use, placed in storage and ultimately broken up for spares.

N461PA, Boeing 707-321CF Advanced, Clipper Rising Sun, notes: C/n 19371, delivered to Pan Am on 30 November 1967. On 25 July 1971, this Clipper crashed while on approach to Manila, in the Philippines.

N462PA, Boeing 707-321CF Advanced, Clipper Eagle, notes: C/n 19372, delivered to Pan Am on 12 December 1967. Pan Am sold this Boeing 707-321CF on 28 December 1976, to ATASCO Leasing, Inc., who in turn leased it to Korean Air, registered HL7427. This freighter was later operated by Tempair International Airlines, Fast Cargo Airways, GAS Air Nigeria and Imperial Cargo Airlines. It was last reported under the ownership of Alpine Air, in April 1994.

N463PA, Boeing 707-321CF Advanced, Clipper Queen of the East, notes: C/n 19373, delivered to Pan Am on 11 December 1967. Pan Am sold this Boeing 707-321CF on 16 October 1975, to ATASCO Leasing, Inc., who then sold it the next month to Air France, registered F-BYCO. This freighter was later bought in June 1983, by Pan Aviation registered N722GS, who in turn leased it to such firms as Millon Air, and World Airline Gambia and Sud Americana Peru SA. It was last reported under the ownership of Cresair in April 1993.

N473PA, Boeing 707-321CF Advanced, Clipper Pride of America, notes: C/n 19375, delivered to Pan Am on 9 January 1968. Pan Am sold this Boeing 707-321CF on 23 October 1978 to Ronair, who in turn leased it on the same day to Iran Air. Over the subsequent years, this freighter was flown by Burlington Air Express, Thames Air, Omega Air and Aero USA. It was last reported to be on lease to Brasiar in late 1994, under the registration PP-BRR.

N474PA, Boeing 707-321CF Advanced, Clipper Morning Glory, notes: C/n 19377, delivered to Pan Am on 17 January 1968. Pan Am sold this Boeing 707-321CF on 18 November 1975, to ATASCO Leasing, Inc., who then sold it on the same day to Air France, registered F-BYCP. On 29 July 1981, this freighter was purchased by Pan Aviation, who in turn leased it to various companies, such as Liberia World Airways, Intercontinental Airlines and Sudania Air Cargo. On 4 December 1990, this Boeing 707-321CF crashed while on approach to the airport at Nairobi, Kenya

N475PA, Boeing 707-321CF Advanced, Clipper Sea Serpent, notes: C/n 19379, delivered to Pan Am on 21 February 1968. Pan Am sold this Boeing 707-321CF on 23 December 1976, to ATASCO Leasing, Inc., who then sold it the same month to Tarom, registered YR-ABN. The freighter was last reported to be on lease to Air Afrique, in late 1991.

N491PA, Boeing 707-321B Advanced, Clipper Chariot of Fame, notes: C/n 19693, delivered to Pan Am on 8 February 1968. This Boeing 707 also flew under the title Clipper Sweet Adeline. Pan Am sold this airliner on 29 October 1979, to ATASCO Leasing, who in turn leased it to LAN Chile, registered CC-CEJ. After being operated by a number of additional firms, including Guyana Airways and Faucett, this Boeing 707 was purchased in February 1986, by the Boeing Military Airplane Company for use in the KC-135E Stratotanker program. Although it was reported as broken up for spares, portions of the airframe may still exist at Davis Monthan Air Force Base, Tucson, Arizona.

N492PA, Boeing 707-321B Advanced, Clipper Eagle Wing, notes: C/n 19694, delivered to Pan Am on 22 February 1968. Pan Am withdrew this Boeing 707 from service in December 1979, and placed the airframe in storage at JFK Airport, New York. It was broken up in December 1984.

N493PA, Boeing 707-321B Advanced, Clipper Priscilla Alden, notes: C/n 19695, delivered to Pan Am on 14 March 1968. Pan Am withdrew this Boeing 707 from use in March 1980, and placed the airframe in storage. It was the sold on 25 September 1981, to Guy America Airways. It was then owned by Global International Airways and later by the Liberian Government before being purchased on 16 December 1985, by Jet Cargo, registered N808ZS. The present status of this Boeing 707 is not certain.

N494PA, Boeing 707-321B Advanced, Clipper Malay, notes: C/n 19696, delivered to Pan Am on 28 March 1968. This Boeing 707 crashed at sea off the coast of Caracas, Venezuela on 12 December 1968.

N495PA, Boeing 707-321B Advanced, Clipper Nor’wester, notes: C/n 19697, delivered to Pan Am on 9 April 1968. This Boeing 707 also flew under the title Clipper Morning Light. I was withdrawn from use in April 1980, and placed in storage. After being leased to Air Berlin USA, in 1981, Pan Am sold this airliner to Jet Executive International on 9 November 1981. Pan Am repossessed the airframe on 17 February 1982, and then leased it to various airlines, including Guyana Airways. After being withdrawn from use in December 1983, this Boeing 707 was sold on 27 February 1984, to the Boeing Military Airplane Company for use in the KC-135E Stratotanker program. Although it was reported as broken up for spares, portions of the airframe may still exist at Davis Monthan Air Force Base, Tucson, Arizona.

N496PA, Boeing 707-321B Advanced, Clipper Northern Eagle, notes: C/n 19698, delivered to Pan Am on 17 April 1968. Pan Am withdrew this Boeing 707 from use in August 1980, and place it in storage. On 7 February 1985, it was purchased by the Boeing Military Airplane Company for use in the KC-135E Stratotanker program. Although it was reported as broken up for spares, portions of the airframe may still exist at Davis Monthan Air Force Base, Tucson, Arizona.

N497PA, Boeing 707-321B Advanced, Clipper Victory, notes: C/n 19699, delivered to Pan Am on 24 April 1968. Pan Am sold this Boeing 707 in September 1971, to the Ledbetter Airplane Leasing Company, and then immediately leased it back. After being withdrawn from use in April 1980, the airliner was sold on 20 March 1984, to the Boeing Military Airplane Company for use in the KC-135E Stratotanker program. Although it was reported as broken up for spares, portions of the airframe may still exist at Davis Monthan Air Force Base, Tucson, Arizona.

N701PA, Boeing 707-331, Clipper Donald Mackay, notes: C/n 17674, originally registered to Trans World Airlines, N762TW, but was never actually delivered. Instead, this Boeing 707 was delivered to Pan Am on 5 November 1959. This airliner also flew under the title Clipper Charger. Pan Am sold this 707 to the Aviation Sales Company in November 1971, who in turn sold it to Filipinas Orient Airlines. The airliner was never delivered to Filipinas Orient, and was returned to Pan Am in February 1972. On 12 February 1976, Pan Am again sold this 707, this time ATASCO leasing. By June 1976, this 707 was reported as scrapped at East Midlands Airport, Derbyshire, England.

N702PA, Boeing 707-331, Clipper Hotspur, notes: C/n 17677, originally registered to Trans World Airlines, N765TW, but was never actually delivered. Instead, this Boeing 707 was delivered to Pan Am on 15 December 1959. Pan Am pulled this airliner from service in March 1972, and placed it in storage at Miami, Florida. It was then leased to World Airways on 13 July 1973. World Airways returned the aircraft on 12 November 1973, after which it was placed back in storage, this time at Marana, Arizona. Pan Am finally sold this 707 on 10 December 1974, to Transatlantic Airways. By March 1980, after a number of additional owners, this Boeing 707 was scrapped at Stansted, England.

N703PA, Boeing 707-331, Clipper Dashaway, notes: C/n 17680, originally registered to Trans World Airlines, N768TW, but was never actually delivered. Instead, this Boeing 707 was delivered to Pan Am on 5 November 1959. Pan Am sold this Boeing 707 to the Aviation Sales Company in September 1971. It was then supposed to go to Filipinas Orient, but it was not delivered. Instead, it was bought by Air Manila, registered PC-C-7073, on 21 December 1973. By February 1982, it was reported that this Boeing 707 had been withdrawn from use and placed in storage at Manila, in the Philippines. The ultimate fate of this Boeing 707 is not certain.

N704PA, Boeing 707-331, Clipper Defiance, notes: C/n 17683, originally registered to Trans World Airlines, N771TW, but was never actually delivered. Instead, this Boeing 707 was delivered to Pan Am on 23 March 1960. Pan Am leased this Boeing 707 to Trans Polar, but the aircraft was never taken up. Instead, Pan Am leased it to World Airways for a few months in 1972, after which it was placed in storage at Oakland, California. Pan Am then leased, and later sold, this airliner outright to Air Vietnam on 21 December 1973. On 13 August 1975, Pan Am repossessed the airframe from Air Vietnam, and sold it a few months later to Aircraft Radio, Inc. In June 1977, this Boeing 707 was scrapped at Long Beach, California.

N705PA, Boeing 707-331, Clipper Wings of the Morning, notes: C/n 17686, originally registered to Trans World Airlines, N774TW, but was never actually delivered. Instead, this Boeing 707 was delivered to Pan Am on 29 April 1960. After being leased in May 1972, to World Airways, this Boeing 707 was sold to Air Florida on 15 June 1972. After Air Florida, this airliner was owned by a couple of different leasing companies, who in turn leased it to dozens of different operators. It was seized by the Malaysian government on 23 August 1980. Although it was reported as being scrapped, the ultimate fate of this Boeing 707 is not certain.

N706PA, Boeing 707-331, Clipper Courier, notes: C/n 17689, originally registered to Trans World Airlines, N778TW, but was never actually delivered. Instead, this Boeing 707 was delivered to Pan Am on 9 June 1960. Over the years, Pan AM leased this Boeing 707 to several operators, including Dominicana, Air Florida, and World Airways. It was finally sold to Transatlantic Airways on 10 December 1974. After changing hands a few more times, it was purchased by Jet Power, Inc in December 1976. It was converted to Boeing 707-331F freighter specifications in October 1979. It was withdrawn from use, and later scrapped in October 1983.

N714PA, Boeing 707-321, Clipper Golden Eagle, notes: C/n 17592, delivered to Pan Am on 20 August 1958. Pan Am placed this Boeing 707 in storage at Wichita, Kansas, in 1971, and later sold it on 9 June 1971, to Southern Cross Malaysian Airways, registered 9M-AQD. This airliner was repossessed by Pan Am in June 1972, again placed in storage, this time at Heathrow Airport, London, and re-registered N914PA. Next, Pan Am sold this Boeing 707 to the Falcon Owning Company on 24 June 1974, who in tune leased it, and then sold it outright, to Perfect Air Tours on 30 October 1975. After a couple of additional operators, this Boeing 707 was finally withdrawn from use and scrapped in August 1981, at Boeing Field, Seattle, Washington.

N715PA, Boeing 707-321, Clipper Liberty Bell, notes: C/n 17593, delivered to Pan Am on 19 July 1959. Pan Am leased it to Turk Hava Yollari on 15 January 1971, and then sold it outright to Greyfin Ltd on 27 March 1972, who in turn leased it back to Turk Hava Yollari. In November 1974, this Boeing 707 was purchased by Tempair International, who leased it to various operators. It was finally withdraw from use in September 1976, and placed in storage at Brussels, Belgium. This Boeing 707 was finally scrapped in August 1980.

N716PA, Boeing 707-321, Clipper Flying Eagle, notes: C/n 17594, delivered to Pan Am on 22 August 1959. Pan Am was going to sell this Boeing 707 to Southern Cross Malaysian Airways, but the deal was never finalized. Instead, Pan Am leased it to Turk Hava Yollari on 6 May 1972. Pan Am then sold this airliner to Pan Ayer on 16 June 1973, who in turn leased it back to Turk Hava Yollari, and several additional operators. Pan Am repossessed the airframe on 1 March 1975. After a short-term lease to Aerovias Quisqueyana later in 1975, Pan Am sold this airliner to British Midland Airways on 28 May 1977. It was scrapped at Stansted, England on September 1977.

N717PA, Boeing 707-321, Clipper Fleetwing, notes: C/n 17595, delivered to Pan Am on 1 September 1959. Pan Am placed this airliner in storage in December 1970, at Wichita, Kansas, before selling it to ATASCO Leasing on 23 May 1975. ATASCO Leasing sold it to the Israeli Aircraft Industries in June 1975, who in turn sold it to the Israeli Air Force in June 1976. It was scrapped for spares at Tel Aviv, Israel.

N718PA, Boeing 707-321, Clipper Invincible, notes: C/n 17596, delivered to Pan Am on 22 September 1959. Pan Am placed this airliner in storage in September 1970, at Wichita, Kansas, before selling it to ATASCO Leasing on 6 June 1975. ATASCO Leasing sold it to the Israeli Aircraft Industries in March 1978. It was scrapped for spares at Tel Aviv, Israel.

N719PA, Boeing 707-321, Clipper Windward, notes: C/n 17597, delivered to Pan Am on 3 October 1959. On 4 March 1970, it was sold to British Midland Airways, registered G-AYBJ, who leased it to a number of different operators, including Iraqi Airways, East African Airways and Pakistan International Airlines. This Boeing 707 was finally sold to Jet Power, Inc on 2 February 1978. After being sold a couple of more times and being leased to several more operators, this Boeing 707 was finally withdrawn from use in October 1980, and placed in storage at Sharjah. The ultimate fate of this Boeing 707 is not certain.

N720PA, Boeing 707-321, Clipper Fairwind, notes: C/n 17598, delivered to Pan Am on 6 October 1959. Pan Am sold this Boeing 707 to Donaldson International Airways, registered G-AYVG, on 15 December 1970, who leased it for a short time to Iraqi Airways. Pan Am repossessed this airliner on 9 August 1974, and sold it that December to British Midland Airways, who leased it to a large number of operators, including Syrian Arab Airways, British Caledonian Airways, Zambia Airways and Britannia Airways. It was finally sold on 22 July 1980, to Jet Power, Inc. This Boeing 707 was withdrawn from service in September 1981, and finally scrapped in October 1983.

N721PA, Boeing 707-321, Clipper Splendid, notes: C/n 17599, delivered to Pan Am on 19 October 1959. Pan Am placed this Boeing 707 in storage in September 1970, at Wichita, Kansas. It was then sold to Dan-Air London, registered G-AYSL, on 7 January 1971. After leasing this airliner for a short period of time to British Airtours in 1979, Dan-Air London sold it to International Air Leases in October 1979. After being placed in storage at Lasham, England, this Boeing 707 was sold to KIVU Cargo in January 1983. It was scrapped one month later.

N722PA, Boeing 707-321, Clipper Lark, notes: C/n 17600, delivered to Pan Am on 29 October 1959. Pan Am leased this Boeing 707 to JAT Airlines in April 1970. It was taken back from lease on 31 October 1971, converted to Boeing 707-321F freighter specifications, and then sold to Dan-Air London, registered G-AZTG, 5 November 1971.After a short-term lease to Air Malta, this Boeing 707 was withdrawn from service in November 1978, and finally scrapped in November 1981.

N723PA, Boeing 707-321, Clipper Viking, notes: C/n 17601, delivered to Pan Am on 27 October 1959. Pan Am leased this Boeing 707 to Pakistan International Airlines on 9 February 1960. After being returned off lease on 12 December 1962, this airliner was sold to GATX/Boothe Aircraft Company on 18 May 1970, who in turn leased it to JAT airlines that same month. After being returned off lease in July 1974, this Boeing 707 was then sold to Concare Aircraft Leasing Corporation on 5 November 1974. Following this sale, it was owned and/or leased by a number of different operators, including Carib West Airlines and Khan Air. Over the years it was seized by government authorities twice -– the first time by Finnish authorities in February 1979 and finally by Turkish authorities on 25 January 1980. It was last reported as in storage at Ankara, Turkey. The ultimate fate of this Boeing 707 is not certain.

N724PA, Boeing 707-321, Clipper Mercury, notes: C/n 17602, delivered to Pan Am on 8 December 1959. Pan Am leased this Boeing 707 to JAT on 31 May 1971. It was returned on 30 October 1971. Pan Am sold this airliner on 13 November 1971, to a private individual who converted it to Boeing 707-321F freighter specifications, and then sold it to Donaldson International Airways. Donaldson International Airways leased this aircraft to a few different operators, including Alaska Airlines before it was repossessed by Pan Am on 9 August 1974. It was then sold on the same day to Continental Aero Lease.
Next it was purchased by British Midland Airways in August 1975. After being leased by a number of operators, including Tunis Air and Malaysian Airline System, this Boeing 707 was sold to International Air Leases on 11 June 1976. After still more operators, this freighter ended up in Africa. It was withdrawn for use on 1992, and placed in storage at Kisangani, Zaire. The ultimate fate of this Boeing 707 is not certain.

N725PA, Boeing 707-321, Clipper Aurora, notes: C/n 17603, delivered to Pan Am on 12 December 1959. Pan Am then leased this Boeing 707 to Turk Hava Yollari on 1 January 1971. It was then sold outright to Greyfin (Nassau) on 27 March 1972, who in turn leased it back to Turk Hava Yullari. Over the next decade, this Boeing 707 was operated by a number of different airlines, including Tempair International and Somali Airlines, before it was finally bought by General Air Services in April 1982. It was withdrawn from use and placed in storage that same month. It was reportedly broken up in January 1984.

N726PA, Boeing 707-321, Clipper Westward Ho, notes: C/n 17604, delivered to Pan Am on 13 January 1960. Pan Am leased this Boeing 707 to Dominicana on 25 June 1971. After being returned off lease it was sold to the Lease Air Corporation on 15 April 1972, who in turn leased it to Aeronauts International. Pan Am repossessed this airliner on 14 April 1975, and then sold it to Air Manila International, registered RP-C7074, in June 1975. It was last reported as withdrawn from use and in storage at Manila, in the Philippines. The ultimate fate of this Boeing 707 is not certain.

N727PA, Boeing 707-321, Clipper Mohawk, notes: C/n 17605, delivered to Pan Am on 28 January 1960. Pan Am leased this Boeing 707 to Alaska Airlines on 27 April 1970. After being returned off lease on 28 September 1970, Pan Am had the airframe converted to Boeing 707-321F specifications. It was then sold to Donaldson International Airways on 13 November 1971, who re-registered the aircraft as G-AZWA, and later leased it to Iraqi Airways. Pan Am repossessed the aircraft on 9 August 1974, after which it was withdrawn from service and placed in storage at Miami, Florida. This Boeing 707 was then sold to British Midland Airways in March 1975.
Over the ensuing years, this Boeing 707 was flown by a wide variety of operators, including East African Airways, Kuwait Airways and the Malaysian Airline System. It was finally bought by Aerotal Colombia, registered HK-2410, on 18 September 1980. It crashed and was destroyed by fire while landing at Bogota, Colombia, on 20 December 1980.

N728PA, Boeing 707-321, Clipper Peerless, notes: C/n 17606, delivered to Pan Am on 6 March 1960. Pan Am sold this Boeing 707 to International Controls Corporation, registered N11RV, on 14 June 1971, who in turn sold it to Skyways Leasing Corporation, registered N99WT, in November 1973. Pan Am repossessed this Boeing 707 on 27 October 1975, re-registered it back to N728PA, and placed it in storage at Miami, Florida. It was then sold to Astro Air on 24 April 1977, who in turn sold it to Air Manila International, registered RP-C911, on the same day. After being withdrawn from use and placed in storage at Manila, in the Philippine, this Boeing 707 was finally bought by Mariano Cua on 15 October 1982. It is reportedly on display in Manila.

N729PA, Boeing 707-321, Clipper Isabella, notes: C/n 17607, delivered to Pan Am on 26 April 1060. Pan Am leased this Boeing 707 to Turk Hava Yollari on 1 June 1971, before selling it outright to Greyfin (Nassau) on 27 March 1972, who in turn leased it right back to Turk Hava Yollari. After being owned by a couple of more leasing companies, and being flown by several more operators, including Aerovias Quisqueyana and Trans Panama, this Boeing 707 was withdrawn from use in November 1980, and placed in storage at Miami, Florida. It was finally scrapped in July 1983.

N730PA, Boeing 707-321, Clipper Bald Eagle, notes: C/n 17608, delivered to Pan Am on 28 April 1960. Pan Am then sold this Boeing 707 to Donaldson International Airways on 15 December 1970, who converted the airframe to Boeing 707-321F specifications. Pan Am repossessed this freighter on 9 August 1974, and then sold it to the Continental Illinois Bank in February 1975. After a period of storage at Miami, Florida, it was then sold to British Midland Airways on 3 September 1975. After several additional operators, including Kenya Airways, Pakistan International Airlines and Tunis Air, this Boeing 707 was leased to General Electric in January 1983, who then bought it outright in December 1988. In June 1990, it was re-registered N707GE. The ultimate fate of this Boeing 707 is not certain.

N757PA, Boeing 707-321, Clipper Pathfinder, notes: C/n 18083, delivered to Pan Am on 16 May 1961. Pan Am sold this Boeing 707 to British Midland Airways on 31 December 1970. It was then leased by several different operators, including Sudan Airways, El Al, East African Airways and Syrian Arab Airways. In December 1977, this Boeing 707 was bought by MCA Leasing, and leased to TAMPA Colombia. After being bought by Jet Power, Inc. in November 1980, it was withdrawn from use. In August 1983, this Boeing 707 was finally scrapped at Miami, Florida.

N758PA, Boeing 707-321, Clipper Resolute, notes: C/n 18084, delivered to Pan Am on 23 August 1961. Pan Am sold this Boeing 707 to Paul Reiber on 1 December 1970, who in turn leased it on the same day to Lloyd International Airways, and finally sold it to that company on 28 January 1971. It was re-registered as G-AYRZ. This Boeing 707 was then flown by a number of different operators before being bought by the Benin Government in July 1987, who re-registered it as TY-BBW. It was last reported as withdrawn from use and placed in storage at Ostend, Belgium. The ultimate fate of this aircraft is not certain.

N759PA, Boeing 707-321, Clipper Freedom, notes: C/n 18085, delivered to Pan Am on 13 June 1961. Pan Am renamed this Boeing 707 Clipper Texas. It was sold to the GATX-Boothe Aircraft Company on 25 March 1970. It was then operated by a few additional operators, including Bahamas World Airlines, before it was finally placed in storage at Dublin, Ireland in the early 1980s. This Boeing 707 was finally scrapped at Dublin in July 1984.

N760PA, Boeing 707-321B, Clipper Evening Star, notes: C/n 18335, delivered to Pan Am on 15 June 1962. It was withdrawn from use in December 1976, and placed in storage at Miami, Florida. Pan Am sold this Boeing 707 on 27 May 1977, to ATASCO Leasing, who in turn sold it in June 1977, to Air Manila. It was then purchased by Air Asia in February 1983, and finally by E-Systems in January 1984. The Boeing 707 was finally broken up for parts in June 1985, at Taipei, Taiwan.

N761PA, Boeing 707-321B, Clipper Friendship, notes: C/n 18336, delivered to Pan Am on 13 June 1962. It was withdrawn from use in December 1976, and placed in storage at Miami, Florida. Pan Am sold this Boeing 707 on 10 March 1977, to Dolphin Aviation, Inc., who in turn sold it to Air Manila, registered RP-C-7505, on 1 May 1977. After several more operators, this Boeing 707 was bought on 7 May 1986, by the Boeing Military Airplane Company, and used as a source of spares for the Boeing KC-135E program. Reportedly, portions of the airframe are still extant at Davis Monthan Air Force Base, Arizona.

N762PA, Boeing 707-321B, Clipper Endeavor, notes: C/n 18337, delivered to Pan Am on 12 April 1962. It was withdrawn from use in December 1976, and placed in storage at Miami, Florida. Pan Am sold this Boeing 707 on 12 July 1977, to ATASCO Leasing, Inc. It then went into service with several operators, including Air Malta, Trans Asian and Korean Air before it was bought by Aviation Systems International in October 1984, placed in storage at Marana, Arizona and eventually scrapped.

N763PA, Boeing 707-321B, Clipper Yankee, notes: C/n 18338, delivered to Pan Am on 1 June 1962. It was withdrawn from use in June 1976, and placed in storage at Miami, Florida. Pan Am sold this Boeing 707 on 27 May 1977, to ATASCO Leasing, Inc., who in turn sold it to the Wedge Corporation in July of the same year. It was later bought on 13 July 1978, by Wistair International. By November 1990, this Boeing 707 was withdrawn from use and in storage at Manston, Kent, England. It has since been broken up for spares.

N764PA, Boeing 707-321B, Clipper Nautilus, notes: C/n 18339, delivered to Pan Am on 1 June 1962. It was withdrawn from use in December 1976, and placed in storage at Miami, Florida. Pan Am sold this Boeing 707 on 24 August 1977, to ATASCO Leasing, Inc. After several more operators, including Flyglob Handels GmbH and Omega Air, this Boeing 707 was bought on 27 September 1989, by the Boeing Military Airplane Company, and used as a source of spares for the Boeing KC-135E program. Reportedly, portions of the airframe are still extant at Davis Monthan Air Force Base, Arizona.

N765PA, Boeing 707-321C, Clipper Gladiator, notes: C/n 18579, delivered to Pan Am on 7 June 1963. It was then returned to Sally Leasing on 30 June 1976. Sally Leasing then leased it Dan-Air London, registered G-BEBP, in October 1976, who in turn sub-leased it to IAS Cargo Airlines the same month. On 14 May 1977, this Boeing 707 crashed while on approach to Lusaka, Zambia.

N766PA, Boeing 707-321C, Clipper Jupiter, notes: C/n 18580, delivered to Pan Am on 2 May 1963. Pan Am sold this Boeing 707 to Zimex International on 12 May 76. It appears that on the same day it was re-sold to Ronair, who then immediately leased it to Uganda Airlines. On 1 April 1979, this Boeing 707 was destroyed on the ground at Entebbe, Uganda, by force from Tanzania.

N767PA, Boeing 707-321C, Clipper Challenger, notes: C/n 18591, delivered to Pan Am on 7 June 1963. It was then returned to Sally Leasing on 25 June 1976. Sally Leasing then leased it Dan-Air London, registered G-BEAF, in July 1976, who in turn sub-leased it to IAS Cargo Airlines in September 1976. After being returned off lease, this Boeing 707 was sold by Dan-Air London to Interamericana Export, registered LV-MSG, in July 1978, who immediately leased it to Transportes Aereo Rioplatense. It was last reported as withdrawn from use and in storage at Buenos Aires, Argentina. The ultimate fate of this Boeing 707 is not certain.

N790PA, Boeing 707-321CF Freighter, Clipper Courser, notes: C/n 18714, delivered to Pan Am on 27 February 1964. Pan Am sold this Boeing 707 freighter to ATASCO in September 1977. Over the ensuing years, this aircraft was owned by a number of leasing companies and flown by a number of different airlines, including Trans European Airways, Omega Air and Florida West Airlines. It was last reported to be under lease by TAMPA Colombia, registered HK-3333X, in 1992. The ultimate fate of this Boeing 707 is not certain, although the registration was cancelled in May 1995.

N791PA, Boeing 707-321CF Freighter, Clipper Fidelity, notes: C/n 18715, delivered to Pan Am on 20 March 1964. Pan Am leased it for a time in the late 1970s to Maverick International, before selling it outright to the Charlotte Aircraft Corporation on 26 February 1979. It then flew for a number of operators including Nigeria Airways and Bogazici Air Transport. On 24 March 1992, while under lease to Golden Star Air Cargo, this Boeing 707 crashed into Mount Hymittus in Greece.

N792PA, Boeing 707-321CF Freighter, Clipper Good Hope, notes: C/n 18716, delivered to Pan Am on 27 March 1964. Pan Am then sold this Boeing 707 to Alia Royal Jordanian Airlines, registered JY-AED, on 28 March 1975. It was subsequently operated by a number of different airlines, including Arab Air Cargo, St Lucia Airways and Caribbean Air Transport. It was last reported as being operated under lease by Transcontinental Sur, registered HR-AMX, in the early 1990s. It was withdrawn from use in May 1994, and placed in storage at Manaus, Brazil, the ultimate fate of this Boeing 707 is not certain. The airframe was impounded by the government on 16 February 1995, after which is was registered to Atlantic Air Leasing as N66651 on 22 February 1995, and sold at auction on 15 March 1995. The current fate of this Boeing 707-321CF is not certain

N793PA, Boeing 707-321CF Freighter, Clipper Messenger, notes: C/n 18717, delivered to Pan Am on 3 April 1964. Pan Am placed this Boeing 707 in storage in December 1978, and then sold it to ATASCO Leasing, Inc., on 13 March 1979. It was then flown by a number of different airlines, including IAS Cargo Airlines, British Cargo Airlines and Zaire International Cargo. It was last reported to be under lease to TAMPA Colombia in 1986. The current status of this Boeing 707 is not certain.

N794PA, Boeing 707-321CF Freighter, Clipper Undaunted, notes: C/n 18718, delivered to Pan Am on 30 April 1964. This Boeing 707 also flew under the title Clipper African Queen. It was leased for a couple of months in 1973, to Aries Air Cargo, and then sold to Ronair, Inc., on 9 March 1975. Like the other aircraft in the Pan Am fleet, this Boeing 707 went on to fly for a wide variety of firms, including British Cargo Airlines, Air Hong Kong, Iran Air and Uganda Airlines. On 31 March 1992, while operating under lease to Kabo Air, this Boeing 707 freighter was damaged and ultimately written off after two of its engines failed in flight over France.

N795PA, Boeing 707-321CF Freighter, Clipper Jupiter Rex, notes: C/n 18765, delivered to Pan Am on 30 April 1964. Pan Am sold this Boeing 707 to ATASCO Leasing, Inc., on 19 December 1976, after which it went through the usual number of additional operators, including Dan-Air London and Libyan Air Cargo. This Boeing 707 was last reported under the ownership of Libyan Arab Airlines, and was noted as in storage in May 1988, at Tripoli, Libya. The ultimate fate of this freighter is not certain.

N796PA, Boeing 707-321CF Freighter, Clipper Mermaid, notes: C/n 18766, delivered to Pan Am on 9 May 1964. Pan Am sold this Boeing 707 to Avianca, registered HK-1849, on 26 April 1976, who in turn sold it to ATASCO Leasing, Inc., in September 1985. It was then operated by several companies, including Burlington Air Express and Buffalo Airways. In August 1993, this Boeing 707 was last reported as being operated under a sub-lease to VASP, registered HR-AMZ. The fate of this airliner is not certain.

N797PA, Boeing 707-321CF Freighter, Clipper Northwind, notes: C/n 18767, delivered to Pan Am on 21 May 1964. Pan Am sold this Boeing 707 to Alia – Royal Jordanian Airlines, registered JY-AEE, on 15 April 1975. On 3 August 1975, it crashed northeast of Agadir, Morocco.

N798PA, Boeing 707-321CF Freighter, Clipper Caribbean, notes: C/n 18790, delivered to Pan Am on 3 December 1964. On 12 June 1968, it crashed during landing at Calcutta, India.
Note: The registration N798PA was also assigned to a Boeing 707-321C – c/n 18825, however this airframe was not taken up, and was instead delivered to Continental Air Lines on 21 August 1964.

N799PA, Boeing 707-321CF Freighter, Clipper Racer, notes: C/n 18824, delivered to Pan Am on 31 December 1964. On 26 December 1968, it crashed while departing Elmendorf Air Force Base, Alaska.
Note: The registration N799PA was also assigned to a Boeing 707-321C – c/n 18826, however this airframe was not taken up, and was instead delivered to Continental Air Lines on 17 September 1964.

N870PA, Boeing 707-321C Advanced, Clipper Dreadnought, notes: C/n 20016, delivered to Pan Am on 12 December 1968. Pan Am sold this Boeing 707-321C on 9 May 1975, to the Boreas Corporation, who in turn sold it on the same day to Kuwait Airways, registered 9K-ACS. Over the subsequent years, this airliner flew for a myriad of different firms, including, South Pacific Island Airways, CF Airfreight, Jetran, Inc., and Florida West Airlines. It was purchased by the U.S. Air Force on 13 May 1992, Serial Number 68-11174. This Boeing 707-321’s status is not certain.
On 3 February 2014, Mr. Nick Davy dropped us a note stating that this airframe is currently active in the U.S. Air Force, as a Northrop Grumman E-8C-10 Joint STARS - with a new S/N 95-0121. It is assigned to the 128th Air Command and Control Squadron (ACCS) of the Georgia Air National Guard. Thanks Nick.

N871PA, Boeing 707-321C Advanced, Clipper Sirius, notes: C/n 20017, delivered to Pan Am on 25 October 1968. Pan Am sold this Boeing 707-321C on 28 October 1975, to the Boreas Corporation, who in turn sold it in December 1975, to Alia-Royal Jordanian Airlines, reigstered JY-AES. It was then operated by a few firms, including Florida West Airlines and Buffalo Airlines. The current status of this Being 707-321C is not certain.

N872PA, Boeing 707-321C Advanced, Clipper Swordfish, notes: C/n 20018, delivered to Pan Am on 22 November 1968. Pan Am sold this Boeing 707-321C on 9 September 1975, to the Boreas Corporation, who in turn sold it one month later to Kuwait Airways, registered 9K-ACU. Over the following years this airliner was flown by Bangladesh Biman, Transbrasil and Tempair International Airways before it was finally purchased on 27 July 1987, by The Boeing Military Airplane Company. It was then broken up for spares for the Boeing KC-135E Stratotanker program. Portions of the airframe may still be extant at Davis Monthan Air Force Base, Tucson, Arizona.

N880PA, Boeing 707-321B Advanced, Clipper Emerald Isle, notes: C/n 20019, delivered to Pan Am on 10 December 1968. This airliner was withdrawn from use in January 1981, and placed in storage. Pan Am leased this Boeing 707-321B on 12 December 1981, to ATASCO Leasing Inc, who in turn sub-leased it to Guyana Airways. It was returned to Pan Am on 10 December 1982, and later sold on 27 February 1984, to the Boeing Military Airplane Company. It was broken up for spares to be used in the Boeing KC-135E Stratotanker program. Portions of the airframe may still be extant at Davis Monthan Air Force Base, Tucson, Arizona.

N881PA, Boeing 707-321B Advanced, Clipper Reindeer, notes: C/n 20020, delivered to Pan Am on 13 December 1968. This airliner was withdrawn from use in January 1981, and placed in storage at JFK airport. Pan Am leased this Boeing 707-321 on 29 October 1981, to Arrow Air. After being returned in February 1982, Pan Am then leased it in April 1982, to Global International Airways. It was again returned to Pan Am on 13 September 1983, and was later sold on 7 February 1985, to the Boeing Military Airplane Company. It was broken up for spares to be used in the Boeing KC-135E Stratotanker program. Portions of the airframe may still be extant at Davis Monthan Air Force Base, Tucson, Arizona.

N882PA, Boeing 707-321B Advanced, Clipper Queen of the Pacific, notes: C/n 20021, delivered to Pan Am on 17 December 1968. Pan Am sold this Boeing 707-321B on 21 November 1978, to ATASCO Leasing Inc, who in turn sold it one month later to LAN Chile, registered CC-CEI. This airliner was damaged beyond repair in a ground accident on 23 June 1990.

N883PA, Boeing 707-321B Advanced, Clipper Kathay, notes: C/n 20022, delivered to Pan Am on 18 December 1968. This airliner was withdrawn from us in October 1980, and placed in storage. Pan Am sold this Boeing 707-321B on 19 April 1983, to Global International Airways. It was repossessed on 18 September 1983, and then sold to Falcon Aircraft Conversions in August1984. It was last reported in 1995 to be under lease to JARO International, registered YR-JCB. The current status of this Boeing 707-321B is not certain.

N884PA, Boeing 707-321B Advanced, Clipper Nightingale, notes: C/n 20023, delivered to Pan Am on 8 January 1969. It was withdrawn from use in December 1980, and placed in storage. In December 1982, Pan Am sold this Boeing 707-321B to Aviation Traders Ltd, who in turn scrapped it for spares at Stansted, United Kingdom.

N885PA, Boeing 707-321B Advanced, Clipper Northern Light, notes: C/n 20024, delivered to Pan Am on 10 January 1969. It was withdrawn from use in November 1980, and placed in storage. It was leased briefly in late 1983, to Guyana Airways before it was ultimately sold on 13 April 1984 to the Boeing Military Airplane Company. This Boeing 707-321B was then broken up for spares to be used in the Boeing KC-135E Stratotanker program. Portions of the airframe may still be extant at Davis Monthan Air Force Base, Tucson, Arizona

N886PA, Boeing 707-321B Advanced, Clipper Sea Lark, notes: C/n 20025, delivered to Pan Am on 24 January 1969. It was withdrawn from use in October 1980, and placed in storage. Pan Am sold this Boeing 707-321B on 29 April 1983, to Global International Airways, only to repossess the airframe on 19 September 1983. It was then sold in June 1984, to Community Transport, Inc, who sold it the following month to Falcon Aircraft Conversions, Inc. After a number of additional operators, this Boeing 707-321B was last reported a being operated by Kalair USA Corporation in May 1992. The present status of this airliner is not certain.

N887PA, Boeing 707-321B Advanced, Clipper Flora Temple, notes: C/n 20026, delivered to Pan Am on 31 January 1969. It was withdrawn from use in December 1980, and placed in storage. Pan Am leased this airliner on 18 June 1982, to Global International Airways, who ultimately bought it outright on 14 December 1982. After being leased by a couple of additional operators, this Boeing 707-321B was purchased by the Boeing Military Airplane Company in September 1985, and used as a source of spares for the Boeing KC-135E Stratotanker program. Portions of the airframe are still reportedly extant at Davis Monthan Air Force Base, Tucson, Arizona.

N890PA, Boeing 707-321B Advanced, Clipper Gauntlet, notes: C/n 20027, delivered to Pan Am on 6 February 1969. Pan Am sold this Boeing 707-321B on 15 January 1976 to ATASCO Leasing, Inc., who in turn sold it in May 1976, to BWIA International, registered 9Y-TEX. After being purchased in March 1983, by Aviation Technical Support, register N 2231E, this Boeing 707-321B was purchased by the Boeing Military Airplane Company on 18 October 1985, and used as a source of spares for the Boeing KC-135E Stratotanker program. Portions of the airframe are still reportedly extant at Davis Monthan Air Force Base, Tucson, Arizona.

N891PA, Boeing 707-321B Advanced, Clipper Gem of the Ocean, notes: C/n 20028, delivered to Pan Am on 6 February 1969. Pan Am sold this Boeing 707-321B in July 1976, the BWIA International, registered 9Y-TEZ. Over the next several years, this airliner was operated by a number of different firms, including Exec-Air, Inc. and Jetran. On 20 September 1990, while being flown by Omega Air, this Boeing 707-321B crashed shortly after takeoff from Marana, Arizona.

N892PA, Boeing 707-321B Advanced, Clipper Star King, notes: C/n 20029, delivered to Pan Am on 4 March 1969. This Boeing 707-321B was withdrawn from use in March 1980, and placed in storage. Pan Am sold this airliner on 24 March 1983, to Global International Airways, only to repossess it on 14 September 1983. It was then sold to Falcon Aircraft Conversions on 8 May 1984, after which it was flown by a number of different operators, including Skystar International, Senter Air, Inc., Contram International and PLUNA. By September 1994, it was withdrawn from use and placed in storage at Shannon, Ireland. The current status of this Boeing 707-321 is not certain. A note from Charles A. Templeton III updated the status of this airframe. In 1996, the airframe was in the fleet of Omega Aerial Refueling Services, and was converted to a civilian air refueler. On 18 May 2011, it crashed on takeoff out of Naval Air Station Point Magu, California, and was completely destroyed. Thanks Charles.

N893PA, Boeing 707-321B Advanced, Clipper Whirlwind, notes: C/n 20030, delivered to Pan Am on 14 March 1969. It was withdrawn from use in December 1979, and placed in storage. Pan Am then leased this airframe to a number of different operators, including Air Trans Ltd, Egyptair and Guy America Airways. Pan Am finally sold this Boeing 707-321B on 24 December 1982, to the Civil Aviation Administration of China. The airframe was withdrawn from use and then used as a ground instructional trainer.

N894PA, Boeing 707-321B Advanced, Clipper Polynesian, notes: C/n 20031, delivered to Pan Am on 14 March 1969. It was withdrawn from use in October 1979, and placed in storage. Pan Am sold this Boeing 707-321B on 25 March 1983, to Global International Airways, only to repossess the airframe on 19 September 1983. It was then sold on 12 April 1984, to Falcon Aircraft Conversions, Inc. Over the ensuing years, this airliner was operated by such companies as Skystar International and the New World Travel Club. It was finally broken up for spares in October 1988.

N895PA, Boeing 707-321B Advanced, Clipper Herald of the Morning, notes: C/n 20032, delivered to Pan Am on 14 March 1969. It was withdrawn from use in December 1980, and placed in storage. Pan Am sold this Boeing 707-321B on 17 July 1982, to Skystar

N896PA, Boeing 707-321B Advanced, Clipper Norseman, notes: C/n 20033, delivered to Pan Am on 23 June 1969. This airliner was withdrawn from service in March 1980, and placed in storage. Pan Am sold it on 18 February 1981, to Ecuatoriana, registered HC-BHY. It was again placed in storage in late 1992. It was last reported to be owned by AECA Aeroservicios in March 1994. The current status of this Boeing 707-321B is not certain.

N897PA, Boeing 707-321B Advanced, Clipper Ocean Express, notes: C/n 20034, delivered to Pan Am on 31 March 1969. It was withdrawn from use in January 1980, and placed in storage. Pan Am sold this Boeing 707-321B on 5 April 1983, to Global International Airways, only to repossess the airframe on 19 September 1983. It was then sold in July 1984, to Falcon Aircraft Conversions, Inc. After a number of additional operators, including LADECO and Comtran International, this airliner was last reported as withdrawn from use in 1994, and in storage. The current status of this Boeing 707-321B is not certain.



Boeing 720B

N780PA, Boeing 720-033B, Jet Clipper Carib, notes: C/n 18033, originally delivered to American Airlines, registered N7547A, on 23 May 1961. It was later sold to a leasing company. On 13 February 1963, Pan Am leased the aircraft, buying it outright on 12 May 1964. Pan Am sold the aircraft on 20 July 1974. After being operated by a number of firms, including Ecuatoriana, and being converted to Boeing 720-023BF freighter specifications, it was finally purchased on 15 October 1985, by the Boeing Military Airplane Company, to be used as a source of spares for the Boeing KC-135E Stratotanker program. It was broken up at Davis Monthan Air Force Base, Arizona. Portions of the airframe may still exist.

N781PA, Boeing 720B, Jet Clipper Flying Arrow, notes: C/n 18036, originally delivered to American Airlines, registered N7550A, on 2 July 1961. It was bought back by Boeing on 3 March 1963, who then sold it to a leasing company later that year. Pan Am first leased this Boeing 720 on 11 March 1963, and then bought it outright on 12 April 1964. Pan Am sold this airliner on 14 September 1974, to Doral Trading, Inc. After being operated in the mid-1980s by Ecuatoriana, it was finally sold off and scrapped in May 1988.

N782PA, Boeing 720B, Jet Clipper Desoto, notes: C/n 18037, originally delivered to American Airlines, registered N7551A, on 20 July 1961. It was bought back by Boeing on 21 April 1963, who then sold it to a leasing company later that year. Pan Am first leased this Boeing 720 on 29 April 1963, and then bought it outright on 12 May 1964. This Boeing 720 also flew under the title Clipper De Soto. After being withdrawn from service and placed in storage in 1972, Pan Am sold this airliner on 11 September 1974, to Doral Trading, Inc. It was leased from 1974 to 1984 by Ecuatoriana. On 1 October 1984, this Boeing 720 was bought by the Boeing Military Aircraft Company, to be used as a source of spares for the Boeing KC-135E Stratotanker program. It was broken up at Davis Monthan Air Force Base, Arizona, and portions of the airframe may still be extant.

N783PA, Boeing 720B, Jet Clipper Bonita, notes: C/n 18057, originally delivered to Lufthansa, registered D-ABOH, on 8 March 1961. It was named Koln. Pan Am purchased the airliner on 12 March 1964. Pan Am later sold the aircraft to Avianca, regiatered HK-677, on 20 July 1973. It was leased from 1977 to 1980 to SAM Colombia, before being sold in August 1980, to the Aviation Sales Company. This Boeing 720 was last reported in 1981, as in storage at St Petersburg, Florida.

N784PA, Boeing 720B, Jet Clipper Panama, notes: C/n 18059, originally delivered to Lufthansa, registered D-ABOL, on 2 May 1961. Lufthansa named this 720 – Stuttgart. Pan Am purchased the airliner on 26 March 1964, and in turn sold it to Avianca on 13 April 1973. It was leased in the late 1970s to SAM Colombia, and then returned to Avianca. After a number of additional owners, this 720 was bought back by the Boeing Military Aircraft Company on 18 August 1983, to be used as a source of spares for the Boeing KC-135E Stratotanker program. Reportedly some portions of the airframe still exist at Davis Monthan Air Force Base.

N785PA, Boeing 720B, Jet Clipper Balboa, notes: C/n 18060, originally delivered to Lufthansa, registered D-ABOM, on 3 June 1961. Lufthansa named this 720 – Nurmberg. Pan Am purchased the airliner on 26 January 1966, and in turn sold it to Ariana Afghan Airlines, registered YA-HBA, on 27 April 1973. Ariana Afghan Airlines sold this airliner to International Air Leases in March 1980. Finally, the 720 was bought by Aerotal Colombia, registered HK-2558, on 20 October 1980. By July 1983, the airframe was withdrawn from service and placed in storage at Miami, Florida. This Boeing 720 was scrapped in 1984.

N786PA, Boeing 720B, Jet Clipper Winged Arrow, notes: C/n 18248, originally delivered to Lufthansa, registered D-ABON, in January 1962. Lufthansa named this 720 – Hannover. Pan Am purchased the airliner on 17 December 1965, and in turn sold it to Avianca, registered HK-749, on 29 November 1972. It was leased in the late 1970s to SAM Colombia, and then returned to Avianca. In May 1982, the airframe was withdrawn from service and placed in storage at Bogota, Colombia. The ultimate fate of this Boeing 720 is not certain.

N787PA, Boeing 720B, Jet Clipper Guiding Star, notes: C/n 18250, originally delivered to Lufthansa, registered D-ABOQ, in January 1962. Lufthansa named this 720 – Essen. Pan Am purchased the airliner on 14 February 1966, and in turn sold it to Royal Jordanian Airlines, registered JY-ADS, on 15 November 1972. It was next purchased by Pakistan International Airlines, registered AP-AZP, on 29 October 1976. By April 1981, it was reportedly withdrawn from service and placed in storage at Karachi, Pakistan. The ultimate fate of this Boeing 720 is not certain.

N788PA, Boeing 720B, Jet Clipper Nonpareil, notes: C/n 18251, originally delivered to Lufthansa on 26 February 1962. It was named Dortmund and registered D-ABOR. It was purchased by Pan Am on 1 December 1965. Pan Am sold the aircraft to Alia-Royal Jordanian Airlines, registered JY-ADT, on 31 November 1972. It was leased for a short time in 1983 by Sierra Leone Airlines. It was later bought by the Boeing Military Airplane Company on 15 October 1985, to be used as a source of spares for the Boeing KC-135E Stratotanker program. It was broken up at Davis Monthan Air Force Base.
 

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