The Convair 990 Cornado (CV-990) was one of the first jetliners. It was designed to compete against the Boeing 707, Douglas DC-8, British De Havilland Comet, Avro Canada C102 Jetliner. It also faced competition with the Soviet Tupolev Tu-104. It was a development from the Convair CV-880. The Coronado was designed for non-stop coast-to-coast service in North America, at a higher cruising speed than any jetliner. A variant of this design is the derived Galileo Airborne Observatory.
- 30-10-2: In storage with Scroggins Aviation at the Mojave Air and Space Port in Mojave, California. It is now used in film productions.
- 30-10-5: Cockpit in storage at a scrapyard in Tucson, Arizona.
- 30-10-12: On display at the Swiss Museum of Transport in Lucerne, Switzerland.
- 30-10-18: Forward fuselage preserved at Sabadell Airport in Sabadell, Spain for cabin crew training.
- 30-10-29: On display as a gate guardian at Mojave Air and Space Port in Mojave, California.
- 30-10-30: In storage at Palma de Mallorca Airport in Palma, Majorca.
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