Friday, July 27, 2007


A Learjet 35A, once owned by cable-television magnate Bill Daniels, is suspended from the ceiling of Denver International Airport’s Concourse C atrium. The jet, named “Cablevision Tool”, was the first private aircraft to land at DIA. In 1996, a flight team piloted this Learjet around the world in 49 hours and 21 minutes, setting a world speed record for business jets.

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