1969: Concorde flies for the first time


Tue, Mar 3rd, 2009 08:48 by capnasty NEWS

Forty years ago the Concorde, an Anglo-French supersonic airliner, made a perfect maiden flight. It would eventually become the fastest passenger plane in history, capable of speeds of up to 2,080 knots per hour.



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