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English: de Havilland Comet 4c in Dan Air livery - fuselage showing engines within wing, and elliptical windows as changed from Comet 1's rectangular design. This example was built for the RAF and later operated by Dan Air. It was the last civil Comet to fly, when delivered to East Fortune airfield ( Scottish Museum of Flight) in 1981. Pictured there in October 2006.

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