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The Viscount was a four-engine turboprop airliner that was in limited military service as a VIP transport.

The Viscount had its engines in nacelles faired into the double-tapered wing, set low at mid-fuselage. Tailfin and tailplane had rounded tips, and the flight deck bulged out above the downward-slanting nose. Landing gear was retractable tricycle, with the main wheels retracting into the inboard engine nacelles.

Internal layout of the military aircraft was modified for optimum...

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