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2 annmanley 2,010,194
3 NeilHamilton 2,007,831
4 noelwoodhouse 1,627,307
5 maurielyn 1,378,264

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COMET CRASHES POSE JET-AGE MYSTERY FOR FLIGHT EXPERTS LONDON, Sunday. (Article), The Canberra Times (ACT : 1926 - 1995), Monday 12 April 1954 page Article 2014-12-14 18:52 violent' electrical or other dis-
been stunned' or killed in the
fraction of a' section
-half an hour after taking off
from i Italy.
sky. '
"spread'over 20 square miles'and
helped the Eagle Und some of the
sea." He added i "I had the im-
violent electrical or other dis-
been stunned or killed in the
fraction of a section.
— half an hour after taking off
from Italy.
sky.
spread over 20 square miles and
helped the Eagle find some of the
sea." He added : "I had the im-
COMET CRASHES POSE JET-AGE MYSTERY FOR FLIGHT EXPERTS LONDON, Sunday. (Article), The Canberra Times (ACT : 1926 - 1995), Monday 12 April 1954 page Article 2014-12-14 18:47 Britain s most brilliant aircraft
jet age-why three apparently
foolproof Comet airlineis have
stripped the whole of B O A.C.'s
nut and bolt tor any sign of de-
sign or structural1 weakness
wi ong.
Yet theyJ now ave faced with
den and teirifylng disaster can
crash on January 10-63 modifi-
cations - aimed at protecting the
"NEAR FULL POWER''
aoproaching maximum altitude
pierced by jet aircraft there Is
Britain's most brilliant aircraft
jet age — why three apparently
foolproof Comet airlinees have
stripped the whole of B.O.A.C.'s
nut and bolt for any sign of de-
sign or structural weakness.
wrong.
Yet they now ave faced with
den and teirifying disaster can
crash on January 10 — 63 modifi-
cations aimed at protecting the
"NEAR FULL POWER"
approaching maximum altitude
pierced by jet aircraft there is
COMET CRASHES POSE JET-AGE MYSTERY FOR FLIGHT EXPERTS LONDON, Sunday. (Article), The Canberra Times (ACT : 1926 - 1995), Monday 12 April 1954 page Article 2014-12-14 18:37 The corporation said the four
englned piston-driven Argonaut
airliners on. that run were need-
get out' of any doomed machine.
ding Instrument readings rwll
Sir Mllea Thomas said the
could not, be ruled out entirely,
ter .behind rthat.
of the' Comet..
from the Comet have been' tak-
told correspondents on board'the
j picked up in an area where-the
I sea is 520 fathoms (3,120ft'.)
The corporation said the four-
engined piston-driven Argonaut
airliners on that run were need-
get out of any doomed machine.
ding instrument readings iwll
Sir Miles Thomas said the
could not be ruled out entirely,
ter behind that.
of the Comet..
from the Comet have been tak-
told correspondents on board the
picked up in an area where-the
sea is 520 fathoms (3,120ft.)
COMET CRASHES POSE JET-AGE MYSTERY FOR FLIGHT EXPERTS LONDON, Sunday. (Article), The Canberra Times (ACT : 1926 - 1995), Monday 12 April 1954 page Article 2014-12-14 18:32 begun' a probe into the riddle of the three
have1 cost 99'lives during the past year.
Aviation, Mr. Lennox Bpyd, has
when the airliner plunged Into
The first step was tafcen a
few hours after Sir Miles Thom*
In' testing, the plane1 will be
subjected to the' most1 minute
examinations to < see if any fault
ment that It had' temporarily
begun a probe into the riddle of the three
have1 cost 99 lives during the past year.
Aviation, Mr. Lennox Boyd, has
when the airliner plunged into
The first step was taken a
few hours after Sir Miles Thom-
In testing, the plane will be
subjected to the most minute
examinations to see if any fault
ment that it had temporarily
21 LIVES LOST IN COMET CRASH INTO SEA ON CAIRO FLIGHT LONDON, Friday. (Article), The Canberra Times (ACT : 1926 - 1995), Saturday 10 April 1954 page Article 2014-12-14 18:22 reported, seeing an unusual
miles south of'Naples airport.
could ' have crashed in the wild
where communications were bad
disappointed at sea," he declared. I
Airport officials in Rome said|
stopover, there were1 of a "minor
D M. Eady, Mr. O. L. Anderson,
j P. R. Harbison, -M.' A. Laipbouh.
» London to Livingstone: R. L¡.
( Wilkinson, Dr. J. Stuart and "Miss t
I London to Johannesburg: Cap-
tain J. A. Collins and'J. P. Mur-
reported seeing an unusual
miles south of Naples airport.
could have crashed in the wild
where communications were bad.
disappointed at sea," he declared.
Airport officials in Rome said
stopover, there were of a "minor
D. M. Eady, Mr. O. L. Anderson,
F. R. Harbison, M. A. Lamboun.
London to Livingstone: R. L.
Wilkinson, Dr. J. Stuart and Miss
London to Johannesburg: Cap-
tain J. A. Collins and J. F. Mur-
21 LIVES LOST IN COMET CRASH INTO SEA ON CAIRO FLIGHT LONDON, Friday. (Article), The Canberra Times (ACT : 1926 - 1995), Saturday 10 April 1954 page Article 2014-12-14 18:10 by a passing ship dining normal
cleaning operations
Call o with 21 pel sons aboard
Ihe corvette, Ibis, ii shed to
the area between the Island1? of
Capri and Ponza after íeceiving
in that area last night,
area > 80 miles south of the ex-
south ' along the desolate moun-
coast south of Naples,
6.25 p.m. G.M.T. last night-after
fuel'contents gauge should have
would stop at their next port oí
The London-Johannesburg'ser-
B.OA.C. and South Africa Air
South t African Airways and the
by a passing ship during normal
cleaning operations.
Call o with 21 persons aboard.
Ihe corvette, Ibis, rushed to
the area between the Islands of
Capri and Ponza after receiving
in that area last night.
area 80 miles south of the ex-
south along the desolate moun-
coast south of Naples.
6.25 p.m. G.M.T. last night after
fuel contents gauge should have
would stop at their next port of
The London-Johannesburg ser-
B.O.A.C. and South Africa Air-
South African Airways and the
21 LIVES LOST IN COMET CRASH INTO SEA ON CAIRO FLIGHT LONDON, Friday. (Article), The Canberra Times (ACT : 1926 - 1995), Saturday 10 April 1954 page Article 2014-12-14 18:03 about',90'miles south of Naples gained-ground as reports streamed
in from searching ships and aircraft. '
to be from the airliner, and a search plane reported' sighting, what
appeared to be bodies as weltfas wreckage just south of the Gulf
of Salerno in an area where" Uie patch 'of oil was found.
a large patch found on the sea, so that tests can ¡be made to identify
the oil as coming from the missing1 plane.
s The Ibis has rushed back to Naples with samples of oil< from
h 'Ríl
y mar Mr,
,1b'- |x j# 1 "?»?»
ii<-£L
about 90 miles south of Naples gained ground as reports streamed
in from searching ships and aircraft.
to be from the airliner, and a search plane reported sighting what
appeared to be bodies as well as wreckage just south of the Gulf
of Salerno in an area where the patch of oil was found.
a large patch found on the sea, so that tests can be made to identify
the oil as coming from the missing plane.
The Ibis has rushed back to Naples with samples of oil from
INTO SEA ON
CAIRO FLIGHT

21 LIVES LOST IN COMET CRASH
Tribute To Chester Wilmot (Article), The Canberra Times (ACT : 1926 - 1995), Tuesday 12 January 1954 page Article 2014-12-14 17:58 author of'"The struggle for Eur- -,
ope," was killed when a B.O.A.C. -
Comet jet crashed off the coast;
Long added. '
author of "The struggle for Eur-
ope," was killed when a B.O.A.C.
Comet jet crashed off the coast
Long added.
ROYAL TOURISTS RETURN TO LONDON (Article), The Canberra Times (ACT : 1926 - 1995), Tuesday 28 July 1953 page Article 2014-12-14 17:55 . CAUGHT ¡n a laughing1
Margaret step down.from a
B.O.A.C. Comet ¡et airliner
return from the 16-day tour .of
Southern Rho d e s i a . The
CAUGHT ¡n a laughing
Margaret step down from a
B.O.A.C. Comet jet airliner
return from the 16-day tour of
Southern Rhodesia The
Indian Judge On Probe Into Crash Of Comet Jet In Storm CALCUTTA, Monday. (Article), The Canberra Times (ACT : 1926 - 1995), Tuesday 5 May 1953 page Article 2014-12-14 17:51 taking off from ' Calcutta " for
square miles."
were found near, the wreck.
A M-year-old boy, -who was
Immediate!;' afterwards, he
llames. ' '?
Four Australians on theil- way
to London 'for the Coronation
.Theywore Hamish Allen-Mor-
wile, Mrs. Helen Morton; Mr.
Trevor Oldham, 53,»leader of the
Opposition in 'the Victorian Leg-
islative Council and - Mrs., Old-
ham, of Melbourne. ' ? < '"
where the plane crashed,, heard
cries from -the wretkage of. the
torrential rain:
American United Press 'said
aviation experts in Calcutta ¿ur
mised that the Comet < was
and suffered a ¡structural failure.
Weather reports wore iasued
off that the -storm would strike
th'-> Calcutta, area.
The iwcuther .report specific-
ally described the .route between
Calcutta -und" Gaya, which .the
Comet" waa'toi fly on its way to
New'Delhi as a "danger."
to flash : the . distress signal.
'"Mayday."
taking off from Calcutta for
square miles.
were found near the wreck.
A 14-year-old boy, who was
Immediately afterwards, he
flames.
Four Australians on their way
to London for the Coronation
They were Hamish Allen Mor-
wife, Mrs. Helen Morton; Mr.
Trevor Oldham, 53, leader of the
Opposition in the Victorian Leg-
islative Council and Mrs. Old-
ham, of Melbourne.
where the plane crashed, heard
cries from the wretkage of the
torrential rain.
American United Press said
aviation experts in Calcutta sur-
mised that the Comet was
and suffered a structural failure.
Weather reports were iasued
off that the storm would strike
the Calcutta area.
The weather report specific-
ally described the route between
Calcutta and Gaya, which the
Comet was to fly on its way to
New Delhi as a "danger."
to flash the distress signal,
"Mayday."

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