Test pilot Brian Trubshaw, who headed the UK side of the Concorde flight test programme, has died at the age of 77. Trubshaw flew the first UK built Concorde, "002", on its maiden fight from Filton on 9 April 1969. His flying career began with the UK Royal Air Force during World War II and he later joined Vickers-Armstrong (which eventually became part of BAe) as a test pilot.

Source: Flight International