A MARKET FOR CONCORDE WAS NEVER THERE

A market for Concorde was never there according to former pilot Jean-Louis Chatelain, who spent 400 hours on the supersonic jet.

July 25, is the 22nd anniversary of the crash of Air France Concorde flight 4590. The accident in 2000 spelled the premature end of the world’s first and so far only supersonic airliner, which saw its final flight in 2003.

Captain Jean-Louis Chatelain, born in 1946, has been an Air France pilot for his whole career, starting on the Boeing 707 in 1970. From 2001 to 2003, he has been sitting in Concorde’s left seat and operated 92 single supersonic crossings read more ⇒

Source:: AirlineRatings.Com

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