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Fifty Years of Concorde

By Dhananjay Khadilkar

The first flight of the Franco-British Concorde supersonic passenger aircraft took place fifty years ago this month. The anniversary was marked at the Museum of Air and Aerospace at Le Bourget airport near Paris by pilots, passengers and stewards who worked or travelled on Concorde.

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