Concorde: Flying Supersonic

Concorde: Flying Supersonic

This is the definitive story of the world's first and last supersonic passenger jet, exploring the defining moments in Concorde's history and revealing the untold story behind the devastating crash of Flight AF4590 in 2000. Ten years on arguments still rage about what caused the crash that helped seal Concorde's fate, but could Concorde still be flying today? What really destroyed the most ambitious dream in aviation history?

There's MORE to the story. Discover the inspirations, see the artifacts and meet the experts of the Smithsonian Institution.


    The Concorde is now prominently displayed at the National Air & Space Museum's Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center. Visit their website for more details.

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