A Lockheed Tristar aircraft arrived in Amman on August 31 as part of a Middle Eastern sales tour.
GV EXT. Tristar on tarmac.
MV Jordanian officials.
SV Lockheed personnel leave plane.
MV King Hussein greeted by officials
CU Airline insignias (3 shots)
SV Officials beard aircraft
SV INT. Aircraft
MV EXT. more officials beard aircraft.
CU's Rolls-Royce insignia and engine (2 shots)
SV Aircraft taxis out.
Initials RW/VS 16.06 RW/VS 16.23
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Background: A Lockheed Tristar aircraft arrived in Amman on August 31 as part of a Middle Eastern sales tour.
King Hussein of Jordan was invited to have a brief trip on the 'plane.
The flight was from Amman to Akaba and back.
The Tristar, which is made in the United States, has Rolls-Royce engines.
SYNOPSIS: A Lockheed Tristar aircraft on brief display in Amman, the capital of Jordan.
The Tristar, which is American-built and has British, Rolle-Royce engines, was on a sales tour of the Middle East.
King Hussein of Jordan was invited along to see the 'plane and to meet engineers and officials of Lockheed, who were aboard.
The Royal Jordanian Airline. ALIA, made the invitation to the king and other government officials.
Once aboard, the King and the officials were taken for a short flight aboard the Tristar.....from Amman down to the Gulf of Akaba and back to the capital again.