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The Lockheed L-1011, more widely known as the TriStar, was the last commercial airliner to be built by Lockheed. The jet was also the last widebody airliner to date that was not built by Airbus, Boeing or a Russian manufacturer.
Although the L-1011 was not the fastest nor the most economical plane, it was highly sophisticated and was regerded to be one of the most comfterable aircraft of it’s day. In commercials for the TriStar, passenger comfort was often the key selling point.
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