Why is it they bring it back to life again?I red it somewhere before, but i don't remember
not sure why , but some enthusiasts trying to keep themselves busy
I though Concorde lost its certificate to fly since AF4590 in 2000 (or a bit later, but due to the accident)...so how do they want to get it back flying?!
There is a different airworthiness certificate required to fly displays and airshows, compared to that required to fly commercial passengers.
What about the one in DC? They flew it there, landed it, and pulled it into the Smithsonian Hangar at Dulles?Isn't that in pretty good shape?
sounds great - used be was fastest plane - from London to new york in around 3 hoursbut now all planes take longer to new york - but we could get new conordes built meaning more faster service and hourly service meaning more people able to travel over to USA and other places
Any idea what the ticket price has to be to break even with supersonic flights?
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