Western Airlines Awesome Metal Boeing 727 Keychain, Very Rare


Western Airlines Keychain Measures roughly 2.5″ inches.

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Western Airlines Metal Boeing 727, I Love To Fly Western Airlines Keychain in excellent unused condition, factory sealed. Measures roughly 2.5″ inches.

Western Airlines

was the airline of California, although it was headquartered in Salt Lake City. California was a major junction for the airline that spanned across the United States, Alaska and Mexico. Western owned and operated a total of 46 Boeing 727-200, in it’s history. This awesome and rare keychain was a testament to this great flying machine that flew for the airline. No eventful incidents happened with any of the airlines B727s, although in June 1972, a change of aircraft at San Francisco International (SFO) from a Boeing 727 to B720 for flight to Algiers, there were two hijackers that had demanded money and demanded to be taken to Algeria. The Hijacker’s demands were surprisingly accepted. The Boeing 727 is an American narrow-body airliner produced by Boeing Commercial Airplanes. After the heavy 707 quad-jet was introduced in 1958, Boeing addressed the demand for shorter flight lengths from smaller airports. WAL acquired it’s Boeing 727-200s in the late 1960s