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Concorde - Wikipedia


Aérospatiale/BAC Concorde is a British-French turbojet-powered supersonic passenger jet airliner that was operated until 2003. It had a maximum speed over  ...

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Jul 19, 2016 ... The Concorde gave us supersonic transport. ... 25 Things Nobody Ever Told You About Flying On An Airplane - Duration: 5:41. list25 1,887,891 ...

Concorde supersonic jet may come back - Business Insider


Sep 25, 2015 ... The Concorde supersonic jet was arguably the zenith of aviation. The supersonic airliner was first flown in 1969 — that's almost 50 years ago ...

New supersonic jet faster than Concorde unveiled | The Independent


Nov 16, 2016 ... Sir Richard Branson has unveiled the prototype for a new supersonic aircraft that promises to halve air travel times and send passengers ...

Concorde: 40 fascinating facts - Telegraph - The Telegraph


Jan 21, 2016 ... Intriguing trivia and facts to mark the 40th anniversary of Concorde's first commercial ... Only 14 different Concorde aircraft flew commercially.

Faster and cheaper than Concorde, meet the next-generation ...


Dec 19, 2016 ... More than a decade after British Airways and Air France retired their Concorde fleets following a series of incidents, including a crash that killed ...

CONCORDE SST - The Definitive Concorde Aircraft Site on the ...


Information on the fleets, history and technical specifications with plenty of pictures.

Faster than Concorde with fares a quarter of the price? - CNN.com


Mar 24, 2016 ... Boom: A plane faster than Concorde with fares a quarter of the price? .... Boom airplane concept – If realized, the Boom concept plane could fly ...

Concorde Jet: Home


TU_144. December 31st 1968 : he Soviets are proud: the Tupolev TU-144, nicknamed Concordski by people in the West, is the first supersonic commercial ...

Supersonic Passenger Jet is a Better Version of Concorde


Dec 2, 2016 ... Want to know how the world's fastest supersonic passenger aircraft- a project of Virgin and Boom- look like? Take a look.