Concord airplane

Discover the history, design, and engineering behind Concord airplanes. Experience the thrill of flying with these iconic supersonic aircraft and learn about their impact on aviation.
Cool Airplanes that Will Never Fly Again | Flying Magazine.       Concorde  Where It Is Now and Why...   The end of Concorde is often associated with its only accident, the fatal crash in 2000 of an Air France flight departing Paris Charles De Gaulle that killed 113, including four people on the ground. But the airplane flew for a couple of years after that, until both Air France and British Airways, in the face of continuing high expenses and losses, ceased operations. There are still a number Trips, Museums, Passenger Aircraft, Concord Airplane, Aeroplanes, Airplane Flying, Aeroplane, Aircraft Design, Air Lines

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Forget about the 3 1/2 hour flight time of the Concorde "1", Concorde-2 will cross the Atlantic from New York to London in just one hour according to a new patent filed by Airbus. The patent was approved back in July and calls for three separate engines (a rocket motor, turbojets, and ramjets). The jet will be able to seat 19 passengers and fly at 4.5X the speed of sound. Airbus notes that military use is a possibility. Check out the full details at Conde Nast here.

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