SX-DAK  de Havilland D.H.106 Comet 4B                  (c/n  6437)


                               To compete with British Airways on the lucrative Athens - London route, Olympic ordered a  fleet
                               of four Comets in 1960.  The airline had been incorporated in 1957 after shipping magnate Aristotle
                               Onassis purchased the state controlled airline T.A.E. and renamed it Olympic.  Initial services were
                               flown with chartered DC-6Bs.   SX-DAK was sold in 1969 to BEA reverting to its assigned UK
                               registration when built, of G-APYC.   After flying with Channel Airways and Dan Air it was broken
up at RAF Kemble in 1979.