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Thumbnail preview of 1975 - 2489.pdf...LIGHT International, 13 November 1975 711 AIR TRANSPORT SECOND CASH CONCORDE FLIES CONCORDE 206 (above), which on present plans will carry British Airways' first supersonic cash passengers on January 21, exceeded Mach 2 on its maiden flight last Wednesday. The air...
1975 - 2489.pdf
Thumbnail preview of 1976 - 0493.pdf...the approach and landing tests of the first Orbiter, to be conducted at the Hugh L Dryden Flight Research Centre in 1977 "-• .i'ik~y - - -!p»*~ Pteavs ask. J After Fairford—where next? THAT the Concorde flight-test centre will close by the end of 1976 is firmly on record; not so clear is how future supersonic test and development flying will be undertaken in the UK (see Flight for January ...
1976 - 0493.pdf
Thumbnail preview of 1971 - 0476.pdf...orthrop, some 500. In its present con figuration, the SST does not appear capable of recovery. The cost may be too much to bear even for an international consortium. But given the first order for Concorde by an American airline, the picture could change. Federal money for the SST might again appear a possibility, although design teams would be long since disbanded. As the Boeing statement ...
1971 - 0476.pdf
Thumbnail preview of 1966 - 1613.pdf...IGHT International, 2 lune 1966 Several major components for the first prototype Concorde are now in the final assembly jig at Toulouse. The aft tailcone and front fuselage sections will be delivered from RAC factories later this year. Construction work on the Anglo-French SST is ...
1966 - 1613.pdf
Thumbnail preview of 1975 - 0706.pdf...of the chase-plane. The aircraft was in the test area for l-25hr, reaching an altitude of 9,500ft and an in dicated airspeed of llOkt. Roll control was tested through PUBLIC HEARINGS on commercial Concorde operations to the USA were due to start in Washington as Flight went to press. The British delegation, which represents Aero spatiale and Air France as well as the British Aircraft Corpor...
1975 - 0706.pdf
Thumbnail preview of 1972 - 0199.pdf...LIGHT International. 27 January 1972 127 BOAC gets to grips with Concorde The chairman of BOAC, Keith Granville, talks to "Flight" about the airline's preparations for its Concorde decision, about lata—of which he is president-elect—and about the various other ...
1972 - 0199.pdf
Thumbnail preview of 1971 - 1770.pdf...oss of employment will make itself felt by the end of October. BAC says that the redundancies have been caused by a sharp reduction in aircraft (i.e. One-Eleven) orders, coming at a time when the Concorde production build-up is still relatively slow and the design development has passed its peak. A retaliatory ban on overtime, which was called for last week by shop stewards at Filton where ...
1971 - 1770.pdf
Thumbnail preview of 1968 - 0242.pdf... need Concorde BY A TIRED BUSINESSMAN DURING THE WAR recruits were given a psychological testin which they were supposed to call out the first thingthat came into their heads when a series of pictures was f...
1968 - 0242.pdf
Thumbnail preview of 1996 - 0314.pdf...NDUSTRY ANDREW DOYLE/LONDON THE BRITISH AEROSPACE/Aero-spatiale Concorde is a unique airliner in many ways, not least because it has been in revenue service for two decades and there is still no new aircraft available to replace it. For its operators, British Ai...
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Thumbnail preview of 1971 - 0047.pdf... slightly over Sh million, reported airmisses increased only slightly from 148 to 161. Of these less than 20 were graded Class A ("significant risk") by the Airmiss Working Group. PUBLIC POLLED ON CONCORDE THE majority of people in Britain support Concorde: this, says BAC, is the strong indication conveyed by an indepen dent opinion poll taken last November. The poll, conducted by Louis Har...
1971 - 0047.pdf
Thumbnail preview of 1973 - 2086.pdf... a similar new project! Top Kneddy A head-on confronta tion with Boeing? Out of the question. This security problem is getting quite out of" hand • There's another difference between Tu-144 and Concorde that nobody has really mentioned yet, and it goes a bit deeper than foreplanes, cruising reheat, brakes and so on. Concorde design has benefited since the start from the inputs of a lot ...
1973 - 2086.pdf
Thumbnail preview of 1972 - 1564.pdf...A by the end of the summer; 33 have been ordered. Both cabins have a lounge area, together with smoking and non-smoking sections. There is a below-deck galley and containerised baggage service. Concorde demonstrates reliability Concorde 002 has made its first sustained overland supersonic flight, over the Australian outback, and should have made three demonstra tion flights in Australia...
1972 - 1564.pdf
Thumbnail preview of 1977 - 0707.pdf...tional, 12 March 1977 c^uc^t *+#*' 667 • SIR—My husband has never been up in a plane, has no desire whatsoever to go up in a plane, and would not go up in a plane even if he was paid the cost of Concorde. Could any of your readers tell me whether my husband is the world's most inexperienced pilot? MARTHA PINSTRIPED-SEATPANTS Potters Bar Middlesex [Lady Martha is of course the wife of ...
1977 - 0707.pdf
Thumbnail preview of 1974 - 0548.pdf...ting must be matched by a better mechanism for implementing the lessons learned. Mr Charles Smith of British Airways commended a BRITISH AIRCRAFT CORPORATION replied last week to the statement on Concorde made in the Commons on March 18 by Mr Anthony Wedgwood Benn, Secretary of State for Industry. BAC's reply took the form of a com mentary on the Minister's statement (which was published in...
1974 - 0548.pdf
Thumbnail preview of 1969 - 0833.pdf...LIGHT International, 8 May 1969 n9 WORLD E W S French Concorde Slow-down? French Government moves to delay a Concorde production decision for about 18 months are causing serious anxiety in Britain. As far as the British Government is concerned there...
1969 - 0833.pdf
Thumbnail preview of 1971 - 1014.pdf...h is a particu larly desirable characteristic of equip ment of this type for use in aircraft cockpit head-up displays. The tube is already being supplied for use in Harrier and Jaguar. Item for Concorde Airlines will be able to use a miniature computer to supervise Concorde's autopilot and automatic landing system while the aircraft is in the air. Each time a Concorde lands at destinati...
1971 - 1014.pdf
Thumbnail preview of 1976 - 0357.pdf...LIGHT International, b March 1976 517 AIR TRANSPORT CONCORDE: AMERICAN MOVES ENVIRONMENTALISTS and anti-Concorde groups have filed an appeal against Secretary Coleman's decision to allow Concorde services for a 16-month trial period. Both British A...
1976 - 0357.pdf
Thumbnail preview of 1975 - 0826.pdf...40 AIRLINE CONCORDE Concorde on the airways "•—OR us Concorde is just the same as any other | commercial aircraft and will be given no special priority." This statement, from Mr Alan White of the British Ci...
1975 - 0826.pdf
Thumbnail preview of 1979 - 0485.pdf...«—» on Concorde H DAVIDSON* •llilllllllllllll 111 : : \ , IT is always helpful to look back before looking forward to compare what really happened with what one expected. When I took on the Concorde job a...
1979 - 0485.pdf
Thumbnail preview of 1972 - 1214.pdf...26 FLIGHT International, 18 May 1972 ,. THE MINISTER ON CONCORDE and look at what Concorde will mean to us at home. Con corde provides some 26,000 jobs in the UK alone. This will rise to well over 30,000 when production is at its peak. Each Concorde so...
1972 - 1214.pdf
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