I have just seen a 707 depart from HTDA Dar es Salaam that has the tail painted with the Boeing colors. Any idea of who the plane belongs to?
Livery like this one:
Obviously 707 instead of 777 painted on it.
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Official airplane of Democratic Republic of Congo
Laurent Kabila has been Congo's President until his assassination (he was succeeded by his son).
This is an airplane with a long history (and some controversy). She has now
707 painted on the tail, but not the
Boeing markings. Thanks to our friends at Airliners.net several pictures are available:
(source: Airliners.net, Mark. Szemberski)
Once this a/c had no logo at all, here in 2008:
(source: Airliners.net, Weimeng)
On Youtube too: B707 9Q-CLK .
Qantas in the past
Back in 1959 when it entered service at Qantas as VH-EBG, the first B707 with a 5th engine in a pod-pak:
(source: Qantas Heritage Collection)
More on the curious engine exhaust and the pod-pak.