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April 09, 1969 	1st flight of Concorde 002 (Filton-Bristol)  | Concorde 002 over the threshold at Fairford on her maiden Test Flight ...

April 09, 1969 1st flight of Concorde 002 (Filton-Bristol) | Concorde 002 over the threshold at Fairford on her maiden Test Flight ...

The Aerospatiale-BAC Concorde was an aircraft jet engine for supersonic transport passengers of a supersonic aircraft. It was a product of a treaty Anglo-French government, combining the manufacturing efforts of Aerospatiale and British Aircraft Corporation. First flight in 1969, the Concorde entered service in 1976 and continues to commercial flights for 27 years.

The Aerospatiale-BAC Concorde was an aircraft jet engine for supersonic transport passengers of a supersonic aircraft. It was a product of a treaty Anglo-French government, combining the manufacturing efforts of Aerospatiale and British Aircraft Corporation. First flight in 1969, the Concorde entered service in 1976 and continues to commercial flights for 27 years.

Concorde: "It is not unreasonable to look upon Concorde as a miracle." Chief Test Pilot: Brian Trubshaw. (1967)

Concorde: "It is not unreasonable to look upon Concorde as a miracle." Chief Test Pilot: Brian Trubshaw. (1967)

F-WTSB after the noise test trials at JFK in 1977 shown above. F-WTSA was British Airways colors on one side and French registration and Air France colors on the other side. — Jean-Louis Delezenne — Jorge Carmo www.facebook.com/VintageAirliners ✈

F-WTSB after the noise test trials at JFK in 1977 shown above. F-WTSA was British Airways colors on one side and French registration and Air France colors on the other side. — Jean-Louis Delezenne — Jorge Carmo www.facebook.com/VintageAirliners ✈

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Flight with British pre-production Concorde 01 (G-AXDN). Concorde flew with the Red Arrows in their Folland Gnat jet trainer. At this time the Concorde test programme was based at RAF Fairford and the Red Arrows at Kemble Airfield which was close by. The flight was possibly flown by John Cochrane with Dennis Ackary as flight engineer and George Wood as navigator around 1973

Flight with British pre-production Concorde 01 (G-AXDN). Concorde flew with the Red Arrows in their Folland Gnat jet trainer. At this time the Concorde test programme was based at RAF Fairford and the Red Arrows at Kemble Airfield which was close by. The flight was possibly flown by John Cochrane with Dennis Ackary as flight engineer and George Wood as navigator around 1973

F-WTSB after the noise test trials at JFK in 1977 shown above. F-WTSA was British Airways colors on one side and French registration and Air France colors on the other side. — Jean-Louis Delezenne — Jorge Carmo www.facebook.com/VintageAirliners ✈

F-WTSB after the noise test trials at JFK in 1977 shown above. F-WTSA was British Airways colors on one side and French registration and Air France colors on the other side. — Jean-Louis Delezenne — Jorge Carmo www.facebook.com/VintageAirliners ✈

F-WTSB after the noise test trials at JFK in 1977 shown above. F-WTSA was British Airways colors on one side and French registration and Air France colors on the other side. — Jean-Louis Delezenne — Jorge Carmo www.facebook.com/VintageAirliners ✈

F-WTSB after the noise test trials at JFK in 1977 shown above. F-WTSA was British Airways colors on one side and French registration and Air France colors on the other side. — Jean-Louis Delezenne — Jorge Carmo www.facebook.com/VintageAirliners ✈

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