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On 10 April 2003, Air France and British Airways simultaneously announced that they would retire Concorde later that year. Their reasons were low passenger numbers after the Paris crash, the slump in air travel after 9/11, and rising maintenance costs. Here: Concorde flies over Clifton Suspension Bridge in Bristol in 2004, on its final flight. It returned to its birthplace in Filton, where it has remained.

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Concorde flies over Clifton Suspension Bridge in Bristol 2004 on her final flight. Going back to her birthplace in Bristol

British Airways Concorde - they were very loud. Was visiting NYC in 1980 and heard the roar of one which was already pretty high up and it was by far the loudest plane I had ever heard and I grew up in Wichita - the Air Capitol of the USA in the and early

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Unveiled in Toulouse, France on Dec project between UK & France, Concorde was one of the fastest commercial aircraft ever London to New York an hour!

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.

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