Los Angeles Bureau Chief Guy Norris . . . . . . offers a “hail and farewell” to the last flyable Boeing 720, which took its final flight May 9—landing at CFB Trenton, a Canadian Forces base in Ontario, after a short flight from Saint-Hubert in Quebec. It will be inducted into the National Air Force Museum of Canada on indefinite loan from Pratt & Whitney Canada, where it was a flying engine testbed since the 1980s. A brief history, along with photos of the aircraft in action, is ...

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