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Museum of Flight Restoration Center, de Havilland DH106 Comet, Everett, WA
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The de Havilland Comet was the world’s first commercial jet airliner. The museum’s 1959 de Havilland DH106 Comet 4C is the definitive version of the aircraft incorporating the latest safety features with the largest wings and fuselage for long distance service. This one flew for Mexicana Airlines.
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