Supersonic Concorde in Flight 

Supersonic Concorde in Flight Photograph

Supersonic Concorde in Flight Photograph

 

 

Supersonic Concorde Jet plane was the ultimate air plane of all when it was in service. Sleek and beautiful, pure poetry in motion in the skies, it was the Rolls Royce of the airways. The Concorde airliner was the most celebrated aircraft on the planet from 1981 until it was retired in 2003

 

A journey that would take a Boeing 747 jet airliner more than 7 hours flight. Concorde could do that same journey in just over three hours flight.

 
 

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