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The Boeing 727 is a narrow-body trijet airliner that was produced by Boeing Commercial Airplanes for 21 years from 1963 to 1984. The 727 was designed as a follow-on to the Boeing 707 quad-jet airliner from which it borrowed the cockpit and some of the fuselage design.

The Boeing 727 is a tri-jet with an engine each side of the fuselage just adjacent to the leading edge of the tail fin. The third engine was mounted in the tail cone of the fuselage and connected to an air intake atop the fuselage at the leading edge of the tail fin by an S-duct. The 727 could be described as an attractive aircraft as its aerodynamic lines, such as the wings were clear of engines.

Boeing 727 History

Boeing had never and has never since produced a 3 engined aircraft. The Boeing 727 Specs were arrived at by a compromise between 3 major airlines who were looking for a new aircraft to serve some of their smaller city destinations.

Boeing 727-2A1 of Avianca, Colombia.
A Boeing 727-2A1 of Avianca, Colombia.

The airlines were; United Airlines, Eastern Airlines and American Airlines. United Airlines was looking for a 4 engined solution but smaller than the current Boeing 707 or Douglas DC8. This was based on their requirement to operate out of their high, altitude hub at Denver. American Airlines, on the other hand, was looking for a 2 engined option which they saw as a more efficient option. Lastly, Eastern Airlines needed more than 2 engines as they had overwater routes to the Caribbean. ETOPS (Extended Operations, or the more fun meaning, Engines Turn Or Passengers Swim) restrictions which govern the ability for twin-engined aircraft to fly over water, dictated that twin-engined aircraft must never be more than 60 minutes flying time from the nearest available airfield.
At that time in the early 1960s, international routes were the realm of the 4 engined Boeing 707, Douglas DC8 and propeller aircraft such as the Lockheed Super Constellation, Douglas DC4, DC6 and DC7.

……needed more than 2 engines as they had over-water routes…

The compromise was reached and development began. In the early stages, it was suggested that Boeing and de Havilland, which later became Hawker Siddeley, collaborate as both aircraft makers were developing a trijet airliner. In the case of de Havilland, it was to be the D.H. 121 Trident. Representatives from each company met and discussed the project, however, de Havilland wanted Boeing to make the Trident under licence, while Boeing for their part wanted an aircraft with 6 abreast seating and short runway abilities. The collaboration ended there.

An Air Canada Boeing 727- 233F positioned nicely to demonstrate the air-stairs built into the bottom of the fuselage.
An Air Canada Boeing 727- 233F is positioned nicely to demonstrate the air-stairs built into the bottom of the fuselage.

The choice of engines for the 727 came down to two options, the Rolls Royce RB-163 Spey and the Pratt and Whitney JT8D. Whilst the Rolls Royce option was more attractive with 1,000 pounds less weight and further along in development than the Pratt and Whitney offer. Pressure from Eastern Airlines forced Boeing to go with the JT8D. This was the sole engine offered on the Boeing 727 in the end.

The JT8D is a low bypass engine which made the 727 one of the noisiest commercial airliners. This would be rectified in later models in reaction to the US Noise Control Act of 1972.
The first Boeing 727 had its maiden flight on 09 February 1963 and after certification testing, the first commercial handover was to Eastern Airlines on 01 February 1964. This 727 model was later renamed the 727-100 as a stretched version, the 727-200 was later introduced. The 727-200 first flew in July 1967 and began commercial operations with Northwest Airlines in December of that same year.

…..began commercial operations with Northwest Airlines…

Boeing enjoyed great success with the 727. For most of its 21 years in production, it was the highest-selling jetliner in the world. This honour was taken by the Boeing 737 in the early 1990s. When production ceased in 1984, 1,832 727s had been built and 1,831 delivered. Boeing had held one back for themselves.

A Pan Am Boeing 727-200 at Zurich Airport in May 1985.
A Pan Am Boeing 727-200 at Zurich Airport in May 1985.

As of mid-2013, there were still 188 727s in service with airlines, government agencies, and freight companies. By mid-2015, the 727 has been involved in 336 incidents of which 118 resulted in a total loss of the aircraft. These incidents caused the loss of 4,209 lives of which 345 were caused by 178 hijackings. It was a turbulent time before the current stringent security measures came into being.

Boeing 727 Design

The 727 was designed to be used from shorter runways of around 4,500 feet. This enabled it to be used to fly in and out of smaller city airports, as well as remote regional airfields as well. The Boeing 727 design had several advantages in that it allowed short airfield operations but was still able to offer a good range. Rather than having to fly a short distance to a major hub and change to a larger aircraft, the 727 was able to fly directly from smaller airfields to many more destinations.

…..727 was able to fly directly from smaller airfields….

The 727’s ability to operate out of remote locations is attributed to several factors. First, the aerodynamics of the wings. Because the engines are mounted on the rear of the fuselage, this leaves the wings clear of any obstruction caused by engine pylons. This means that lift-enhancing equipment can be applied to the whole wing with no gaps. Leading-edge slats, as well as rear-moving triple-slotted flaps, greatly enhance the 727’s ability to fly at slower speeds with greater stability.

A Champion Air Boeing 727-2S7 Advanced. Note the aerodynamically clean wings, clear of engines.
A Champion Air Boeing 727-2S7 Advanced. Note the aerodynamically clean wings, clear of engines.

Many remote locations do not have the facilities offered by larger urban airfields, such as ground-based power, or air-stairs. To this end, the 727 was able to be self-sufficient. For power whilst on the ground, an APU (auxiliary power unit) was fitted. It was actually located in the centre of the aircraft between the main wheels, instead of the traditional tail cone location which of course housed engine number 2. This meant the 727 did not have to leave one of its engines running whilst on the ground to provide power. The 727 was Boeings’ first aircraft to carry an APU.

To enable passenger access at small fields, Boeing built a stairway into a door that dropped down from the bottom of the fuselage under the tail. Initially, there was no fail-safe in the air-stair to prevent it from opening in flight, in fact, military versions made use of this ability to enable clandestine parachute drops. A feature called the Cooper Vane was added after 1971 to prevent the door from opening in flight.  This was a result of the hijacker known as D. B. Cooper, who parachuted from Northwest Airlines flight 305 over the mountains between Portland, Oregon and Seattle, Washington on 24 November 1971.

…..a door that dropped down from the bottom of the fuselage……

As well as short field capabilities, the 727 was able to operate into and out of gravel runways as well. Due to the engines being mounted much higher on the fuselage, they were further away from foreign objects being ingested than those of aircraft with engines slung under the wing. In addition, Boeing added brakes to the nose wheels so as to give more positive control and stopping power ability.

Boeing 727 Specs

The Boeing 727 is a medium to short-range single-aisle airliner, featuring 6 abreast seating. Two main variants of the type were produced, the 727-100 and the 727-200. The 200 was 6.1 metres (20 feet) longer than the 727-100 and together they enabled the 727 to cover the 120 to 180-seat market. The 727-200 was also offered in a variant called the 727-200 Advanced. The Advanced featured improvements in lifting capacity through airframe strengthening, more powerful engines as well as an option for a longer-range version with additional fuel-carrying capacity.

A TAP Air Portugal Boeing 727-282 Advanced. The 727-200 was 20 feet longer than the 100 with a 10-foot extension to the fuselage just in front and just behind the main wings. The Advanced version had more powerful engines and had additional strengthening to carry higher loads as well as coming in a longer-range version as an option.
A TAP Air Portugal Boeing 727-282 Advanced. The 727-200 was 20 feet longer than the 100 with a 10-foot extension to the fuselage just in front and just behind the main wings. The Advanced version had more powerful engines and had additional strengthening to carry higher loads as well as coming in a longer-range version as an option.

Several modified versions of the 727-100 were also offered. Namely the 727-100C or Convertible. This didn’t mean it came with a soft roof so much as it came with options for a mixed passenger/cargo payload. Through the strengthening of the floor, cargo could be housed in the rear half of the fuselage while passengers were seated in the front half.

The 727-100QC or Quick Change was a concept where airliners could effectively utilise their fleets around the clock. By day the 727 was a normal passenger airliner. However, with the aid of rollers in the floor and modularised passenger cabins, the QC could be converted from a passenger carrier to a freighter in 30 minutes. The aircraft was then able to be used to haul freight during the night hours.

……. rollers in the floor and modularised passenger cabins……

The 727 was what is known as a slippery aircraft. Due to its clean aerodynamic lines, it was capable of maximum speeds around Mach .9 or better. Today those speeds are rarely seen as the economics of flying those speeds at todays’ fuel prices are not viable.

As noise abatement laws were taking effect at more and more airfields, the need arose to quieten the noisy 727 engines. Hush kits were retrofitted to the Pratt and Whitney engines which allowed the 727 to continue to operate into affected airfields. Some of the older non-retrofitted aircraft were sold to airlines that operated into airfields which were not subject to noise abatement laws.

Planet Airways Boeing 727
A Planet Airways Boeing 727-223.

Whilst the 727 proved to be a popular workhorse for several decades. Eventually, new technology and economics caused it to be no longer competitive. Newer high bypass engines outperformed the JT8D. Because the middle engine is located in the rear of the fuselage, there was no room to change to a wider high bypass option. In addition, the 3 man flight crew meant the cockpit was far larger than newer aircraft only requiring a 2 man crew. This is obviously lost revenue as far as utilising cabin space for paid seats is concerned.

The 727 was a pioneer and beautiful aircraft, but like many was surpassed eventually by technological advancements and financial pressures.

Boeing 727 Specs

Boeing 727 Specs Boeing 727 100 Boeing 727 200 Boeing 727 200 Advanced
Range (fully laden) 4,300km (2,300 nmi) 3,100km(1,700nmi ) 3,500km(1,900nmi) (Standard)
4,800km (2,600nmi ) (Option)
Seating (Typical)(Max) 294 Typical, 131 Max 145 Typical, 189 Max
Flight Crew 2 pilots plus 1 flight engineer = 3
Length 40.59m (133ft 2in) 46.69m (153ft 2in)
Wingspan 32.92m(108ft 0in)
Wing Area 153 sq m(1,650 sq ft )
Wing Sweep Back 32 degrees
Height (top of tail) 10.52 m (34 ft 6in)
Fuselage Width (Exterior) 3.8 m (12 ft 4 in)
Cabin width (Interior) 3.51 m (6 in)
Undercarriage 2 x 2 wheel bogies underwing plus 2 wheeled nose gear.
Typical Operating Empty Weight 36,560 kg (80,602 lb) 44,600 kg (98,400 lb) 46,700 kg (102,900 lb)
Cruising Speed(Max) Mach 0.9
Cruising Speed Typical Mach 0.84
Fuel Capacity 29,069 Lt (7,680 Gal) 30,620 Lt (8,090 Gal) 40,060 Lt (10,585 Gal)
Maximum Take off Weight 77,000 kg (170,000 lb) 83,800 kg (184,800 lb) 95,000 kg (209,500 lb)
Take off distance at Maximum Take off weight at sea-level ISA 2,500 m (8,300 ft) 3,000 m (10,000 ft) 2,600 m (8,500 ft)
Service Ceiling 11,000 m (36,100 ft) 13,000 m (42,000 ft) 13,000 m (42,000 ft)
Maximum Fuel Capacity 29,100 L (7,680 US gal) 30,600 L (8,090 US gal) 30,600 L (8,090 US gal) (Standard)
39,800 L (10,520 US gal) (option)
Engines x 3 Pratt & Whitney JT8D-1
62 kN (14,000 lbf) thrust each
Pratt & Whitney JT8D-9
64 kN (14,500 lbf) thrust each
Pratt & Whitney JT8D-17R
77 kN (17,400 lbf) thrust each
Price per aircraft at time of production. Initially$4.25 million, by 1982 $22 million.
  Boeing 727-100 Boeing 727-200 Boeing 727-200 Advanced

Boeing 727 Orders and Deliveries September 2022.

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Air CanadaCanadaPW727May-75330
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Airline of the Islamic RepubliIran, Islamic Republic ofPW727May-67110
Airline of the Islamic RepubliIran, Islamic Republic ofPW727May-67110
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All Nippon Airways Co., Ltd.JapanPW727Jan-64110
All Nippon Airways Co., Ltd.JapanPW727Jan-64330
All Nippon Airways Co., Ltd.JapanPW727Mar-66110
All Nippon Airways Co., Ltd.JapanPW727May-67110
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All Nippon Airways Co., Ltd.JapanPW727Jun-77330
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All Nippon Airways Co., Ltd.JapanPW727Jul-70880
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TAP PortugalPortugalPW727Sep-78110
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Air SerbiaSerbiaPW727Feb-74110
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Air SerbiaSerbiaPW727Dec-73220
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Libyan AirlinesState of LibyaPW727Aug-70220
Libyan AirlinesState of LibyaPW727Aug-75220
Transair SwedenSwedenPW727Aug-67110
Transair SwedenSwedenPW727Nov-66220
SyrianairSyrian Arab RepublicPW727Dec-74330
Air Asia CompanyTaiwanPW727Jan-66110
Air Asia CompanyTaiwanPW727Feb-66110
China AirlinesTaiwanPW727Mar-67110
China AirlinesTaiwanPW727Jun-68110
China AirlinesTaiwanPW727Oct-66110
BWIATrinidad and TobagoPW727Nov-63110
BWIATrinidad and TobagoPW727Nov-63220
Turkish AirlinesTurkeyPW727Jun-82110
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Turkish AirlinesTurkeyPW727Sep-73440
Turkish AirlinesTurkeyPW727Dec-75110
Turkish AirlinesTurkeyPW727Dec-78110
Dubai Air WingUnited Arab EmiratesPW727Jul-82110
National AirlinesUnited Arab EmiratesPW727Feb-66330
National AirlinesUnited Arab EmiratesPW727Feb-6622220
National AirlinesUnited Arab EmiratesPW727May-65330
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National AirlinesUnited Arab EmiratesPW727Nov-63440
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Northwest-Merged w DeltaUSAPW727May-76440
Northwest-Merged w DeltaUSAPW727Jun-80220
Northwest-Merged w DeltaUSAPW727Jul-64220
Northwest-Merged w DeltaUSAPW727Sep-77440
Northwest-Merged w DeltaUSAPW727Oct-76550
Northwest-Merged w DeltaUSAPW727Nov-64330
Northwest-Merged w DeltaUSAPW727Nov-64440
Northwest-Merged w DeltaUSAPW727Nov-67770
Northwest-Merged w DeltaUSAPW727Nov-6711110
Ozark Air LinesUSAPW727Oct-78220
PACE AirlinesUSAPW727Apr-67110
Pacific Air LinesUSAPW727Sep-65220
Pacific Air LinesUSAPW727Oct-66110
Pacific NorthernUSAPW727Sep-65404
Pacific Southwest AirlinesUSAPW727Jan-65110
Pacific Southwest AirlinesUSAPW727Jan-66110
Pacific Southwest AirlinesUSAPW727Feb-68990
Pacific Southwest AirlinesUSAPW727Feb-69110
Pacific Southwest AirlinesUSAPW727Feb-77220
Pacific Southwest AirlinesUSAPW727Mar-78220
Pacific Southwest AirlinesUSAPW727Apr-67110
Pacific Southwest AirlinesUSAPW727Apr-69110
Pacific Southwest AirlinesUSAPW727May-72220
Pacific Southwest AirlinesUSAPW727May-73110
Pacific Southwest AirlinesUSAPW727Jun-64550
Pacific Southwest AirlinesUSAPW727Jun-66110
Pacific Southwest AirlinesUSAPW727Jun-66660
Pacific Southwest AirlinesUSAPW727Jun-79110
Pacific Southwest AirlinesUSAPW727Sep-69330
Pacific Southwest AirlinesUSAPW727Dec-69110
Pacific Southwest AirlinesUSAPW727Dec-69110
Pan Am World AirwaysUSAPW727Mar-80808
Pan Am World AirwaysUSAPW727Mar-65110
Pan Am World AirwaysUSAPW727Mar-6510100
Pan Am World AirwaysUSAPW727Apr-65440
Pan Am World AirwaysUSAPW727May-65440
Pan Am World AirwaysUSAPW727May-67110
Pan Am World AirwaysUSAPW727May-67110
Pan Am World AirwaysUSAPW727Oct-65660
Pan Am World AirwaysUSAPW727Dec-81220
Pan Am World AirwaysUSAPW727Dec-81660
Republic AirlinesUSAPW727May-80330
Republic AirlinesUSAPW727Jun-79110
Republic AirlinesUSAPW727Dec-78330
Southern Air TransportUSAPW727Feb-66110
Trans Carib AirUSAPW727Apr-68110
Trans Carib AirUSAPW727Aug-68202
Transamerica AirlinesUSAPW727Jul-67220
United AirlinesUSAPW727Jan-66990
United AirlinesUSAPW727Feb-67880
United AirlinesUSAPW727Feb-70550
United AirlinesUSAPW727Mar-72330
United AirlinesUSAPW727Apr-6520200
United AirlinesUSAPW727Apr-6524240
United AirlinesUSAPW727Apr-69110
United AirlinesUSAPW727Apr-72770
United AirlinesUSAPW727Apr-72440
United AirlinesUSAPW727Apr-72440
United AirlinesUSAPW727Apr-77990
United AirlinesUSAPW727Apr-77990
United AirlinesUSAPW727May-66330
United AirlinesUSAPW727May-79220
United AirlinesUSAPW727Jun-66220
United AirlinesUSAPW727Jun-66550
United AirlinesUSAPW727Jul-6721210
United AirlinesUSAPW727Jul-67440
United AirlinesUSAPW727Jul-7818180
United AirlinesUSAPW727Jul-7812120
United AirlinesUSAPW727Aug-6412120
United AirlinesUSAPW727Aug-6413130
United AirlinesUSAPW727Sep-76220
United AirlinesUSAPW727Sep-7626260
United AirlinesUSAPW727Oct-66660
United AirlinesUSAPW727Oct-67550
United AirlinesUSAPW727Nov-79550
United AirlinesUSAPW727Dec-60440
United AirlinesUSAPW727Dec-6021210
United AirlinesUSAPW727Dec-6015150
United AirlinesUSAPW727Dec-78220
US Airways, Inc.USAPW727Jan-69220
US Airways, Inc.USAPW727Jun-79330
US Airways, Inc.USAPW727Nov-78220
US Airways, Inc.USAPW727Nov-82220
US Airways, Inc.USAPW727Nov-82330
WEDGE GroupUSAPW727Sep-80110
Western AirlinesUSAPW727Jan-69404
Western AirlinesUSAPW727Jan-68660
Western AirlinesUSAPW727Jan-77220
Western AirlinesUSAPW727Jan-77550
Western AirlinesUSAPW727Feb-72220
Western AirlinesUSAPW727Feb-79550
Western AirlinesUSAPW727Mar-73550
Western AirlinesUSAPW727Mar-76550
Western AirlinesUSAPW727Mar-78550
Western AirlinesUSAPW727Mar-80330
Western AirlinesUSAPW727May-74330
Western AirlinesUSAPW727Jun-73220
Western AirlinesUSAPW727Sep-71330
World Airways, Inc.USAPW727Jul-66660

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