Bill Daniels's "Cablevision Tool"--Learjet 35A (N10BD)
This plane, named Cablevision Tool, belonged to Colorado native, successful businessman, and philanthropist Bill Daniels. In 1995 it was the first private aircraft to land at Denver International Airport. In 1996 it set a world speed record for business jets, flying 23,077 miles around the globe in 49 hours 21 minutes and 8 seconds. This plane now hangs in terminal C at the Denver International Airport.