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de Havilland DH106 Comet 3 (G-ANLO) Aircraft Pictures & Photos
The de Havilland DH106 Comet 3 flew for the first time on 19th July 1954 and was a lengthened Comet 2 powered by Avon M502 engines developing 10,000 lbf with greater capacity and range, including the addition of wing pinion tanks. The Comet 3 was destined to remain a development series since it did not incorporate the fuselage strengthening modifications of the later series aircraft, and was not able to be fully pressurised. Only two Comet 3 aircraft were constructed with this example G-ANLO…
BOAC De Havilland DH-106 Comet 4C G-EVCC at Everett-Paine Field, circa early 1990s. Built in 1959 and operated by Mexicana until 1970 as XA-NAR, this aircraft was donated to the Everett Community College in 1984 and painted in BOAC colors by Boeing for use as an aviation mechanics trainer. It was then donated to the Museum of Flight in 1995 where it has been undergoing restoration for the past twenty years.
david taylor images | Canberra and Comet | Canberra U10 WH885 and Comet C2 XK699 | RAF Changi June 1962 Monochrome photography
Taxying into the western dispersal at Changi on the 7th June 1962, a Canberra U-10 WH885 on it's delivery flight to Edinburgh Field to take part in missile trials at Woomera. Parked on the nearside is a 216 Squadron Comet C2 XK699, apparently with a flap problem. On the farside is a South Vietnamese Air Force C-47 .Canberra U10 WH885 was destroyed in an accident at Woomera on 1st April 1964.
Aviation Photo #2340275: De Havilland DH-106 Comet C2R - UK - Air Force
Previously operated by 51 Squadron based at RAF Wyton. Displayed at Strathallan until broken up when the collection was dispersed. - Photo taken at Auchterarder - Strathallan in Scotland, United Kingdom in September, 1975.