This is the plane which set the precedence to air travel as we know today. It was the first ever commercial jet liner to fly at high altitudes. Even though it had been plagued with problems, I think it is important to represent planes from every generation because we can never forget our past. I would absolutely love to see this beauty in the IF skies. I present the de Havilland Comet DH 106.
Height: 29ft 6in
Ferry Range: 1500 nmi
Cruising speed: 460mph
Cruising altitude: FL420
Powered by 4 de Havilland ghost engines buried in the wing roots, providing for an extremely sleek (and sexy) design.
British European Airways
Royal Air Force
This feature request is only for the comet 1, not the future variants that were designed to be larger and more powerful.