De Havilland DH 106 Comet is a four-engine passenger jet airliner, developed by the British de Havilland company in the late 1940s. The world’s first commercial jet airplane.
Published on 3 Oct 2018
XS235 Canopus – fast taxi run at Bruntingthorpe Airfield 6th May 2012
BEA de Havilland Comet 4B – 1959 Farnborough Classic Airliners 2 Aug 2009
3B and BOAC de Havilland Comet 4C – 1958 Farnborough
What happened to BOAC Flight 781
National Geographic account of the loss
De Havilland Comet Jetliner Story by WTTW Chicago
The story of it’s destruction.
Dan Air Comet 4c a few scenes from movie Are You Being Served
Mexicana flight of 4C XA-NAS between Mexico City and Maracaibo, Venezuela
John Cunningham as Capt. Demonstration flight.
Mexicana 4C XA-NAR
Nice footage of interior and fittings
The Best Of British Aviation History – De Havilland Comet History
Joluqa Malta Published 22nd August 2015
ONBOARD CAMS ON GIANT 1:7.2 SCALE RC de HAVILLAND COMET AIRLINER AT LMA RAF COSFORD – 2014
Amazing scale model of G-APDA Mk.4
Promotional film for BEAs Comets
Joluqa Malta Published on 11 Dec 2012
Two mysterious crashes in the Mediterranean near Rome. 56 people dead. The planes exploded in mid-air when their pressure cabins ruptured at the corners of the square windows. A hard lesson learned about pressurized airliners, square windows, and metal fatigue. But you haven’t heard the whole story. Find out what really happened in this first video in the series Aircrash Minority Report.
Part 1. The Last ‘Flying’ Comet. The story of one man’s passion to restore the cockpit of one of the last remaining De Havilland Comets to full flight simulator status. Contact: email@example.com
Part 2. More from The Last ‘Flying’ Comet. In this episode Mike Pyment, aircraft engineer, ‘flies’ from London Heathrow to Southampton Airport in the Comet Mk4 simulator. In Part one we heard the original story of Mike’s passion to restore the cockpit of one of the last remaining De Havilland
Part 3. More from The Last ‘Flying’ Comet. In this episode Mike Pyment, aircraft engineer, performs a manual approach and landing at Innsbruck Airport in the Comet Mk4 simulator. In Part one we heard the original story of Mike’s passion to restore the cockpit of one of the last remaining De Havilland Comet Mk4s to fully working flight simulator status.