FACTS you should know about CONCORDE! Episode 1 by CAPTAIN JOE

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    Dear friends and followers, welcome back to my channel. Today´s video will be the beginning of a video series about the amazing supersonic commercial airliner CONCORDE.

    First and most importantly I want to thank the Brooklands museum, the home of British motorsport and aviation, for inviting me to there fantastic site.
    How could I resist in making a video about the airplane that got me all excited about aviation as a little boy?

    I want to thank all volunteers at the Brooklands museum for showing around and providing me with access to all their facilities. Therefore I want to donate all the earnings made with the upcoming series to the volunteers at Brooklands. Without your help and work, this marvel of aviation history would otherwise be consigned to the history books.

    I hope you enjoy this tour around Concorde and make sure to watch the follow up videos to this series.

    Thanks for watching, all the best your "Captain" Joe

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Benjamin Menken
Benjamin Menken

They have a concorde at the museum of flight in Seattle Washington, it's all intact and preserved very well, they recently repainted it, they could probably fly it out if they need to. And it's 20 min from my house It's concord g boag or alpha golf

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DR C
DR C

Flew it many times. Air travel has regressed since it was grounded. Never understood why BA did this. No other plane could fly 100 passengers dressed normally, supercruise for 2+ hours at mach2 near 60k feet and fly for close to 4K miles. Nothing comes close….when the afterburners were switched on at takeoff and when going supersonic…. Flying not been the same since.

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Marie BCFHS
Marie BCFHS

the F104 is not a reliable supersonic aircraft, it has problems on landing safety

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Frank DeLuca
Frank DeLuca

I flew Concord subsonic in 1984 from JFK to London. We took off and landed 3 times because of a bad fuel door that could not close and had to be fixed in London and flew subsonic. It took about 8 hours or more and the Captain let some of the passengers sit in the jump seat between the Captain and the First Officer because there were no movies on Concord. Anyway, I sat up there for about an hour. Very, very cool.

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Emmanuel Perante
Emmanuel Perante

Charlie Wade has a Concorde😄

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KirstyDaizy B
KirstyDaizy B

Wasn't Concorde design a rip-off from Russia's Tupelo Tu. Then Concorde is copied and not original.

Vor 7 Tage
Richard Richard
Richard Richard

Us brits have a real soft spot for failure don't we. 🤣 The question shouldn't of been "can it be done" but 'should it be done. Surely the biggest, most flawed economic, transport white elephant ever? Could things get any worse? Too many politicians and fat cats with very sticky fingers in a pie that no one ever wanted to eat. A few people made a lot of money out of Concorde. Cost around £8 billion (possibly more, as much as £11 billion as some costs massaged with creative accounting) to get from pipe dream to reality and, then by 1981 British Airways were buying them for £2.70 corrected to 2021. No one else wanted the unsold airframes and cost to scrap was uneconomic at that point. Fun fact: Concorde cost 6 times more per UK person than it cost a US citizen to put a man on the moon That 8 billion development cost (maybe more remember) is around 25 to 40 plus NHS hospitals......they cost more per decade due to the increased services carried out at each hospital by mid 70's. An added bonus being that those hospitals would still most likely be with us, continuing to provide healthcare to those not going private......the similarities to elite air travel for the few don't go unnoticed. Total sales of 'sold' airframes 14, some of which never entered actual service, so more like development frames equal with sold air frames. Projected sales in excess of 350 minimum, that sort of error is criminal. When it was obvious that there was no real market for Concorde which was quite early on, Concorde marketing department went into overdrive to justify not cancelling the complete project. Example:- Air India made an enquiry as to operating costs over a 12 month time frame for 2 airframes and, were never serious about purchase but, as costs were then calculated over a fleet of 20 units, Concorde sales department put Air India potential sales down as 20 and so it went on. Very little, if any, tech trickle down due to using early obsolete 60's systems when it entered limited mid 70's service and unsuitability for a private market scenario. Environmental impact.....simply huge, 15 passenger miles per gallon of fuel, same era DC10 over 50 pmpg. Concorde had its own dispensation as regards noise pollution, best not go there. Sting was regular passenger which seems at odds wirh his tree hugger persona? Subject to numerous unfair compensation litigations by private carriers as Concorde was so heavily subsidised. Built from the outside in so not very comfortable. Surprisingly dowdy interiors due to rapidly changing trends and technology, getting superficially better with each refit. Extremely noisy, small uncomfortable seats (redesignd many times over) narrow aisles, silly small windows if you were lucky enough to sit by one. Always the same problem, time bypassing Concorde and not a lot of money left in the pot. The two most incredible things were it's top speed which, is still undeniable. This needs to be tempered in that she was only ever flat out over open sea, severely limiting routes (another question that no one asked during development) and that no heads rolled. All that was bad when governments try to enter the private sector for financial gain.

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Forey Friend
Forey Friend

👍

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David Lees
David Lees

This guy is brilliant

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David Lees
David Lees

Butefall is not a good enough word to discrib concord she was moor than that

Vor 9 Tage
Legend dnegeL
Legend dnegeL

Human being is trying to travel with the speed of light as you can see in sci-fi movies which is giving an un achievable hope to the human being while in reality they already know that they can't travel even with the speed of sound. Even human can't revisit moon but trying to land on Mars, Awesome! So called scientist should stop giving nonsense scientific theories as human live's priority is first. Concord is wiped out that means still there are good people living on planet earth.

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Tony Cutty
Tony Cutty

I once saw an Air France Concorde going straight up. It was empty, of course, but it had just departed Leeds-Bradford Airport, flown a very wide circuit, then came back in very fast and low over Rwy 14. About half-way along the runway, he lit his burners and pulled straight up. The only thing he didn't do was to roll the aircraft around its axis. A sight I have never seen before or since, and of course will never see again. Simply awesome. The hairs are standing up on my neck from the memory as I type this :D

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Thomas Myers
Thomas Myers

Poor design to mount undercarriage in front of the engines, asking for trouble. I do not know any other aircraft which does this.

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rsrfm24
rsrfm24

Greatly explained…also simply to understand Concorde’s phase in flight and systems . Thanks! 👍🙏✌️🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿

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Manolo Konosko
Manolo Konosko

Airlines were fucking stupid to withdraw their orders for Concorde. It was a piece of shit SOVIET aircraft that crashed, performing an acrobatic act that would not be done while carrying passengers or cargo under normal circumstances anyway. Furthermore, the Tupolev 144 was made in a rush, from stolen French and British designes, and jerry-rigged at at the last moment to impress the public at that airshow. To this day, this is the reason why no Western, or normal, decent country will buy Russian made passenger aircraft for their national or private airlines. If anything, that crash should have served to confirm and even increase orders for more Concorde aircraft as they were quality products with Western technology, not cheap ass, shit Soviet garbage.

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JB
JB

Could this guy get by with a little less hand gesturing. I get dizzy.

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PASSING BY 33
PASSING BY 33

so the tax payer foots the bill for rich people to fly fast ,,,,,,sounds about right

Vor Monat
Bill Hally
Bill Hally

Why do you think the Wright brothers came up with the name “Airplane”?? Answer, Because It describes exactly the 2 actions of what it’s doing . It flies in the Air, over a Plain. Level flight for THOUSANDS OF MILES to destinations of desire.. if we were on a GLOBE? You would be in outer space in if you flew level flight at 30,000 feet at 500 mph in a very short span of time. The pilot never corrects his craft to stay to the globe. The pilot always flies LEVEL flight using his gyroscope and altimeter for safe an accurate flight. The earth is scientifically flat. We have mountains and valleys with typography. But water will never stick to the outside of our magical ball. That’s why another word we use is SEA LEVEL. And we are 73% water. Wake up Pilots 😃

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Steve Walsh-Balshaw
Steve Walsh-Balshaw

The most beautiful plane ever made never be beaten

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Bambang setiadi
Bambang setiadi

In last decade engineering control company, now wallstreet control company to make greater profit

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Gary Bromley
Gary Bromley

Most beautiful aircraft ever made in my opinion, she was so grateful. What a sad ending though.

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Henry Alessandrini
Henry Alessandrini

EXCELLENT explanation, thanks Captain Joe.

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Matthew Clarke
Matthew Clarke

No two Concordes were exactly alike. Why? Because the French would only work in metric, and the British in imperial measurements. Each aircraft had to be fitted together bespoke, as nothing quite fitted perfectly. After the Paris crash, tank liners were fitted to each of the 14 Concordes. Once again each set of liners were individually made, as they would only fit one aircraft! She had to be painted white, as any other colour would have exceeded stress levels in flight due to excessive thermal stress. The aircraft used to stretch in flight, about 6 inches- sorry 15.24 cm. ...

Vor Monat
MrLewisBate
MrLewisBate

605 jealous and gutted yanks disliked this video, so far. 😂😂😂

Vor Monat
Sato K24
Sato K24

I love motorsport and aviaton, one day have to visit Brooklands

Vor Monat
Pavel Zomarev
Pavel Zomarev

it is not she, it is he. thus a dislike to you.

Vor 2 Monate
Aces Above
Aces Above

The Concorde is like if you took fighter jet engines and crossed it with commercial airframe. It looks so cool 😍

Vor 2 Monate
Finglas United
Finglas United

Why do you call yourself CAPTAIN when your shoulder boards show that of a First Officer.?

Vor 2 Monate
rosis rosarum
rosis rosarum

NICE AND INSTRUCTIVE VIDEO. The big problem of Concorde was its very high speed to take off which generated an enormous energy of projection during a burst of a tire. Another serious design flaw was the very great exposure of the kerosene tanks to projections from the landing gear were even the cause of many incidents but three accidents with significant leakage of kerosene, two in 1979 (one in Dakar and the other in Washington/Dulles). In November 1981, the American National transportation Safety Board (NTSB) sent a letter of concern to the French BEA that included safety recommendations for Concorde. This communiqué was the result of the NTSB's investigations of four Air France Concorde incidents during a 20-month period from July 1979 to February 1981. The NTSB described those incidents as "potentially catastrophic," because they were caused by blown tyres during takeoff. During its 27 years in service, Concorde had about 70 tyre- or wheel-related incidents, seven of which caused serious damage to the aircraft or were potentially catastrophic. The most serious accident was in July 2000 in Gonesse (France) that caused 113 deaths and marked the end of the aircraft's prestige. On landing, its very high speed implied a very special approach and landing procedure, it was necessary to create a vacuum in front of Concorde, which prevented several large aircrafts from landing. The French and British governments paid the airport for the loss of revenue for each plane prevented from landing because the arrival of Concorde, which amounted to extremely expensive operation. Normally this too high speed on take-off but especially on approach and landing would not have allowed him to be certified for the civil service of public passenger transport, it was necessary to obtain a dispensation obtained at the political level (meeting between Nixon and Pompidou in 1973), prestige and the Cold War required. Air traffic controllers had to give full priority to requests from Concorde what add to glamour and prestige to travellers but made procedures extremelly expensive. To comply with standard approach and landing procedures the early supersonic project of the Boeing 2707 had wings of variable geometry. .

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rosis rosarum
rosis rosarum

The first TUPOLEV TU-144 which flew on December 31, 1968 had the ogival delta wings like Concorde and was indeed very similar. This is where all the espionage accusations came from. It was a "proof of concept" model which was the TU-144A. The Soviets realized that this aircraft, which flew very well, could in no way be certified for civilian passenger transport because of its very high approach and landing speed. After a few test flights the Soviets came to the conclusion that another very different plane had to be built, the TU-144A was scraped and they started to build the others, the TU-144B and after the C we know today with double delta wings and which took into account the approach and landing procedures and patterns. Westerners (French and English) came to the same conclusions with the first Concorde prototype, another plane had to be made. The French agreed to build another aircraft but the British did not, the McMillan government had already canceled the TSR2 aircraft project (which used the same Olympus Concorde engines) and the Harold Wilson government continued to reorganize (and partly nationalize) the entire British aviation industry with the cancellation of many ongoing and operational projects. For the English a new Concorde was not possible. They had to continue with the Concorde as it was in the state it was, with all its faults and problems, or else cancel it as the English wanted. It was decided to continue the Concorde project as is the first prototype.

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Tibor Kosa
Tibor Kosa

Skoda že nič nerozumiem

Vor 2 Monate
Kenneth Martin
Kenneth Martin

Very well done vid - moves right along with info. The kid's a natural.

Vor 3 Monate
MetalLightning
MetalLightning

Concorde: Aviation god of the sky’s B747: queen of the skies

Vor 3 Monate
Chris P
Chris P

Strange in this day and age to consider an airliner without turbofans. Not only without turbofans, though, WITH reheat

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Shaun81000
Shaun81000

I wonder how many of you know that Concorde knew it had problems with the structure and design, almost 15 years before the Air France crash happened. From 1979 to 1981, the NTSB sent many suggestions on improvements that could have been made to stop blown tires from puncturing the aircraft body. Over the 27 years in service, similar tire bursting accidents happened 70 times, from which 7 times there was extensive damage to the aircraft, which was classified as "potentially catastrophic" by NTSB. So really, this was just an accident waiting to happen

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sD SD
sD SD

Bro , do you know princess diana?

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Rodney Cox
Rodney Cox

Very good. Also the subtitles are a hoot.

Vor 4 Monate
Petra44YT Nein!
Petra44YT Nein!

I was able to see and enter the Concorde at the Technik Museum Sinsheim. And this was on a very sunny day, so temperatures in the Concorde must have been 40°C or so - which was good because not many people decided to visit that day. And they also had the Ju-52 on display, I entered that one, too. And later, I even booked a short flight from Essen Mülheim to Cologne and I'm very glad that I did. That was in June or July of 2018. Had I waited, I would not have got another chance!

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phillip Joubert
phillip Joubert

Anything above the junker JU52

Vor 4 Monate
Scott Read
Scott Read

Concorde really was a remarkable plane - but also a very loud one!

Vor 4 Monate
Darko Dobrić
Darko Dobrić

JUSTICE FOR CONCORDE!!! I suggest we globally start a petition of returning it in the air!

Vor 4 Monate
Massimo Russo
Massimo Russo

1:40 AMI Areonautica Militare Italiana, Italian Air Force.

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Blue Sky
Blue Sky

A masterpiece. Nothing comes even close.

Vor 4 Monate
FlightEnthusiast .Space
FlightEnthusiast .Space

King of the Skies

Vor 5 Monate
Lance Antimano
Lance Antimano

He did livestream????????

Vor 5 Monate
kachaso
kachaso

wonderful wonderful video captain joe

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Josef Stalin
Josef Stalin

Noted...

Vor 5 Monate
Christopher Fisher
Christopher Fisher

I watched it come over my house every day on its approach to Heathrow. Best of all i was lucky enough to fly on her in 1995! Great experience!,especially take off!

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grovermatic
grovermatic

My favorite flight control surface portmanteau is "ruddervator".

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Carlo Silipo
Carlo Silipo

Hi Joe Why does the Concord use less fuel at cruising speed 40k-50k km? Is it less air?

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chase evans
chase evans

The homely gasoline immediately record because crush supposedly cheat over a groovy poland. gigantic, hollow broccoli

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GrumpyOldMan
GrumpyOldMan

So the Russians ruined the commercial start of Concorde. Wankers

Vor 6 Monate
Peter Vichi
Peter Vichi

The Concorde and the Blackbird, two of the most beautiful aircraft ever produced. Lovely job with this video Captain Joe. Thank you.

Vor 6 Monate
Bob Lewis
Bob Lewis

Joe, you mentioned that Concorde (note the spelling please people who keep misspelling it ... It's NOT the town in Mass.!) was your boyhood dream but didn't say you'd ever flown on it. If you haven't, my commiserations, my wife and I did back in October 1990! There simply aren't enough superlatives in the English language to describe that bird. The key things that were big takeaways for me were: Smoothness of flight at 60,000 feet Seeing actual curvature of the earth Seeing the ends of the wings glow deep orange as they heated up from supersonic travel Overtaking other passenger planes below, almost TWICE as fast as they were going ... IN THE SAME DIRECTION i.e. almost THREE times their speed (mach 2.2 v mach 0.8!) The DEEP, DARK clear blue of the sky The total non-event of breaking the sound barrier with only the mach meter showing 1.0 then on up to mach 2.2 so smooth it just couldn't be felt. Hopefully those who today have little chance of going supersonic (like my two sons), unless a military fast jet pilot, will get their chance with some of the proposed future supersonic craft ... Well, at LEAST one hopefully. Sadly it is highly unlikely we'll EVER get to see the likes and size of Concorde again though.

Vor 6 Monate
Chl D
Chl D

Your channel is absolutely fascinating. So glad I discovered it thanks to the Youtube algorithm. As a Frenchie, the next example of concorde between England and France is the Alpine Formula 1 team as this French team is based in Enstone, UK. Every country on Earth sould look for a concorde, harmony is what we need so we can strive. Thanks for the awesome videos!!!

Vor 6 Monate
𝙖𝙣𝙙𝙮𝙟646
𝙖𝙣𝙙𝙮𝙟646

I live just around the corner from here, I have visited the Concorde before and been inside what a beautiful machine!

Vor 6 Monate
Cxclone
Cxclone

another fact: concorde is the god of KABOOM

Vor 6 Monate
the legendary tsar bomb
the legendary tsar bomb

Why make a video all about me, what is all the hipe about?

Vor 6 Monate
Caren Shawnee
Caren Shawnee

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marshalllucky
marshalllucky

so glad this old bird is flying again :-)

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ADE
ADE

I've been inside one

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Pullisto
Pullisto

Wow Captain Joe, you mention both Princess Diana and Concorde with their beauty, and of course that's so true. But I have to see you are definitely nice on the eyes too. :-)

Vor 6 Monate
John Gorton
John Gorton

I never flew on Concorde but I remember seeing it take off at London Heathrow in about 2000 it was a wonderful sight

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Ray
Ray

I was the photographer hired to photograph the Concord's first landing in North America (1975) on her trial runs to Gander Newfoundland (where the increased the runway length to 10,000 feet for these tests). An incredible sight, with a short 2 hour turn-around time, over and over and over. I was sorry to see her stop flying.

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Kaynos
Kaynos

I saw the Concorde in Canada at a local air show i think it was in the late 80's or early 90's. I went to there to see it go and remember very well how insanely loud it was when it took off.

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J Kennaw
J Kennaw

If this plane was still flying today, would the flat earth conspiracy theory be as prevalent?

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Lee Curran
Lee Curran

Great video and a great gesture to donate any earnings of the video to the museum.

Vor 6 Monate
mohammed Jahan
mohammed Jahan

The bad poet scientifically sack because meat exemplarily entertain upon a neat pasta. hot huge, ritzy bench

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Hola Como Estas
Hola Como Estas

The stingy cannon socially cry because sheet computationally pour down a private jury. tearful, certain shoe

Vor 6 Monate
ilovetotri23
ilovetotri23

Great video Joe! Did that fatal flight in France activate the after burners? Launch of the the Concorde(takeoff) seems way more complicated than any other commercial plane. I am sad that I will never have the chance to experience the Concorde. How long until I can never fly in an A380? Are the existing A380's destined to cargo planes?

Vor 6 Monate
Daily dose Of aviation
Daily dose Of aviation

Do you know this : when cocncorde was flying mach 2 the lenght of it was bigger 30cm

Vor 6 Monate
Queen of Swords
Queen of Swords

So beautiful, like a swan. When I lived in London I used to see Concorde go over, well you would hear it before you saw it. But it was one of the nice features that made it feel like home. The whole thing was a triumph, the design and realisation, and it makes me feel really sad that more were never built. We love you Concorde! ❤️❤️❤️

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Hydra Of Malice
Hydra Of Malice

I start drooling after watching it

Vor 7 Monate
pmailkeey
pmailkeey

So not as much thrust as as a 747.

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Jayson
Jayson

5:54 droop snoot

Vor 7 Monate
samanyu bhansali
samanyu bhansali

air india has a silver concorde

Vor 7 Monate
Curry_Monster
Curry_Monster

As a Bristolian living less than a mile from the original airport and also as a Great Nephew of one of the R R Filton designers I am very proud of the legacy of the concorde fleet.

Vor 7 Monate
Simon Pass
Simon Pass

I used to set my watch my this going over my house not far from Heathrow around 7pm each night. I never failed to stop on my runs to marvel at it. Such an old plane and it still looks like something from the future. Great film Captain Joe! Keep up the good work.

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xollst
xollst

thank you Joe you're great :)

Vor 7 Monate

I'm surprised he didn't say droop snoot

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john john
john john

We've had no real technology since this aircraft Everything else just revamps and unsuccessful rehashes of technology already in existence. Oh you want to argue about WiFi mmm shall l count the number charging cables l've bought for my mobile 😠 anyway Tesla invented WiFi

Vor 7 Monate
john john
john john

I used to live overlooking the Thames and Tower Bridge - Concorde used to fly in left to right towards Tower Bridge 17:15 every evening. Also when the Royal Yacht Britannia was stolen from the Queen it sailed past my window on its way to Scotland. Also Peirce Bond sailed past my window too and bits of the London Eye ... many cruise ships too. And of course the Reigny Party the Queen gave was outside my window too. In Cyprus now retired

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john john
john john

747 King of the skies Concorde Queen of the skies ?

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Stealth Tomcat
Stealth Tomcat

Concorde was retired for good

Vor 7 Monate
pop5678eye
pop5678eye

The Concorde may have been profitable initially but after its initial prestige that could actually fill the plane with willing high class passengers demand fell and of course fuel prices rose dramatically. Also, as the video itself admits the Concorde was profitable for the airlines but not for the government/taxpayers who picked up the development costs.

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newfutile
newfutile

its a pity you have so many flashing screens on an otherwise great presentation

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Gooner 72
Gooner 72

I've been on the static Concorde at RAF Duxford and I was really surprised at how small she is inside, although very luxurious for the time, by today's First Class cabin areas standards it feels very restrictive and pokey. But, outside standing under her wings, I couldn't believe how big those Rolls Royce Olympus engines are...... they're absolutely enormous. 🇬🇧🇫🇷✌✌

Vor 7 Monate
Gooner 72
Gooner 72

Truly the most beautiful aircraft ever designed..... NASA engineers have said that it took more technical know how to design and build Concorde to fly commercially at supersonic speeds than it took to get their Apollo missions to the moon. FACT!!🇬🇧🇫🇷✌✌

Vor 7 Monate
dennis walsh
dennis walsh

In 1979, after working overseas, on and off, for eight years I was in Paris heading to the USA. I (sadly & briefly) thought about flying back to the USA by Concorde since I was leaving the overseas work. I figured "now or never". Well... it was WAY too much money for me and didn't happen. I think the company provided ticket that I could trade in was about a quarter of the Concore's fare. So it turned out to be never.

Vor 7 Monate
Jotham Chin
Jotham Chin

The concord was grounded 2 years after I was born... It is still one of the most amazing planes I know... This video is so amazing

Vor 7 Monate
Lori Mendel
Lori Mendel

Yes, flew it from Paris to New yOrk!!!! fabulous

Vor 7 Monate
Kip
Kip

Damn I slept like a few minutes so time to put it into watch later

Vor 8 Monate
Johannes Bols
Johannes Bols

You fail to mention the TU-144 crashed because it was being menaced by a French Mirage jet flying too close to it. The Tupolev's pilots had no prior knowledge that they were to have an aircraft taking photos.

Vor 8 Monate
Alex
Alex

I remember going to see the last landing of Concorde at Heathrow. It was magical and sad for all.

Vor 8 Monate
Corona Virus
Corona Virus

Concorde de luxe is a concorde shaped hotel in Turkey if you're interested,Joe

Vor 8 Monate
Dome31337
Dome31337

Before 2000, Concorde was the safest airliner. After July 2000, by far the unsafest.

Vor 8 Monate
Mohammad amin Kian
Mohammad amin Kian

0:50 QNH 10.21??

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Lyle Sommers
Lyle Sommers

i was a concorde pilot it was a bad ass bitch

Vor 8 Monate
Bryan Cycling
Bryan Cycling

My late Father in Law was a Technician on 002 based at Fairford for testing, as a child I would see Concorde 002 flying above not knowing my future FiL was on board. Many years later we still have lots of Concorde memorabilia, photos, world test flight logs, overalls, books, & a signed photo from Mr Trubshaw who was lead test pilot. Without Concorde I would never have met my wife.

Vor 8 Monate
Paul Mendonca
Paul Mendonca

But far the best plane ever created. 1969

Vor 8 Monate

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