727-200 Window

Hand-refurbished for home or office display, this genuine aircraft window would make a special gift for an aviation fan. The first 727 rolled out Nov. 27, 1962, bearing the same lemon-yellow and copper-brown color scheme as the Dash 80. However, by the time of its first flight, orders were still below the estimated break-even point of 200. To help spur sales, Boeing sent a 727 on a 76,000-mile tour of 26 countries. This passenger window segment is from a 727-200 operated from 1980 until its retirement, logging 58,803 flight hours and 37,048 flight cycles. Certificate of Authenticity included.