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This is a recording of flight engineers discussing the performance of the Convair 880 after its first flight. The Convair 880 was the first Jet Airliner produced in California and was a competitor of the better known Boeing 707. Command pilot: Donald P. Germeraad Co-Pilot: Philip M. Prophett Test Engineer: Bud Davies
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