Polot wrote:Yes, you are seeing it right. Those 707s were formerly tankers, and has those double windows so the now removed refueling equipment located at the end of the wing was easily visible by observers during tanker operations.
Cunard wrote:Well modern airliners would then have a totally ineffective stream lined hull if large windows of those proportiones were added, it's all about fuel efficiency as in lighter carbon materials, new wings and blended winglets and you would like to see 'modern airliners' have this particular type of window as 'standard'.
ro1960 wrote:Looking at this photo I notice something that looks like an extra large window, just above the wingtip. Am I seeing right?
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