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Unknown/Generic Undesignated (F-BGSB)

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dehavilland comet 1A

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Mark Thomas
Now there's a blast from the past!
Harry Ellett
We were living in Japan in 1966 when this BOAC Comet crash occurred. Someone was filming with a camera and we have seen the movie pictures at the moment the aircraft exploded. I tried to find the movie but cannot find it but here is the story with some still photo.
http://www.pilotfriend.com/disasters/crash/boac911.htm
Harry Ellett
I stand corrected; I thought it was a Comet but this article says it was a B-707.

http://www.airliners.net/aviation-forums/general_aviation/print.main?id=2706660
Ryan Hodges
Looks like the nose of a 787. I love the design
Karter Hickling
Haha the 787 looks like the nose of the comet**
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