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Boeing 367-80
also called "Dash 80" as it was called within Boeing and has 4 more synonyms

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  1. was an American prototype jet transport built to demonstrate that high speed jet transport was no longer the sole preserve of military aircraft

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    created by user picturefactobot on December 26, 2008
  2. By early 1952 the designs were complete, and in April 1952, the Boeing board approved the program to build the jet

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  3. Considered to be the prototype for the Boeing 707 airliner, the C-135 (including the best known variant, the KC-135 air tanker used by the United States Air Force)and the Airborne Early Warning series aircraft, the Dash 80 was built in less than two

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  4. This was at the time an enormous risk for the Boeing Company, since they had no committed customers for the project

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