What Passenger Cabin Windows Will Future Airliners Have?

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When the de Havilland DH 106 Comet entered service in 1952, it became the world’s first jet-powered commercial aircraft. Thanks to engines buried in the wing, the DH 106 still looks revolutionary today, and closer inspection of early versions reveals another major break with modern aircraft design...
Alex Derber

Alex Derber, a UK-based aviation journalist, is editor of the Engine Yearbook and a contributor to Aviation Week and Inside MRO.

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