Boeing 707-321B

in Paraguayan Air Force Service

Key Facts

Total Delivered: 1
Total Still Active: 1
Total Now Stored: 0
Service Entry: 1994
Retirement: current
Main Role: Transport
Origin: USA


Two Boeing 707-321B obtained in 1978 for use by LAP, with a third obtained in 1980. The last survivor was passed to the FAP and used by the Grupo de Transporte Aéreo. This latter aircraft was given to Brazil in 2010 but just the engines and some instruments were removed, so it remains in storage.

Individual Details

Serial c/no. Prev. Identity Delivered Fate/Notes
4001 18957 N415PA, ZP-CCF, FAP-01 1994 reserialled from FAP-01 by Dec 2003. Stored fro museum May 2011
ZP-CCE 18841 N410PA 11.1978 operated by LAP, stored at Asunción from 4.1992
ZP-CCF 18957 N415PA 11.1978 operated by LAP, to FAP as FAP4001 in 1994
ZP-CCG 19264 N419PA 2.1980 operated by LAP, stored at Asunción from 12.1991


Boeing 707 4001 seen at Havana in February 2004.
(photo, Craig Walker)

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