The final design approved by Boeing for their new jetliner and was the 80th variant to be submitted; the Boeing 367-80, publicly known as the 707, was rolled out at Renton, WA plant on the 14th May 1954 in a canary yellow/chocolate/white and yellow color , with the registration N70700 to show its new Model number and had the Boeing constructors number 17158. The 367-80 underwent a series of taxi trials and then history was made on the 15th of July 1954, when the Boeing chief test pilot Alvin 'Tex' Johnson lifted the 367-80 off the ground for the first time. With the development of the airframe, Boeing adopted the 707 in 1964 while on trials, which included NASA.
The InFlight 200 707 features rubber tires, rolling wheels and a high attention to detail. At present, the 707 featured is the -320B/C series, with a potential of others being added to the range at a later date.