A20-809. Boeing 707-368C. c/n 19809-657.

Was also registered as: HZ-ACC.


This aircraft was ordered new by Saudi Arabian Airlines

Entered onto the Saudi Aircraft Register as HZ-ACC - ?

Rolled off the Boeing production line at Renton - December 1967

First flown as HZ-ACC - December 13, 1967

Powered by Pratt & Whitney JT3D-3B engines

Delivered to Saudi Arabian Airlines - January 08, 1968

Withdrawn from use and stored at Davis Monthan - ?

Sold to Boeing Military Airplane Company Ltd - July 13, 1987

It was issued the tempory registration 'N1486B'

Sold to the Royal Australian Air Force - February 25, 1988

It arrived at Sydney (Richmond) on completion of its ferry flight - March 16, 1988

It was allocated the RAAF serial of 'A20-809' but this serial number was not applied to the aircraft

This aircraft did not enter RAAF service as it was acquired for spare parts only

RAAF titles were applied to the airframe to make it look less conspicuous

It was stripped of all useful parts at Sydney (Richmond) with the fuselage used as a training aid

Tender document No 94/20021 issued for the sale of unserviceable airframe at RAAF Base Richmond

Closing date of Tender - April 20, 1994

Airframe was sold and broken up on site for scrap



A20-809. Royal Australian Air Force - in the basic 'Saudi' livery at Sydney Richmond Airport, April 1991.

(R. N. Smith Collection Copyright Image 4604-501.)