British Airways’ Concorde made around 50,000 flights and flew more than 2.5m passengers at supersonic speeds. With a cruising speed of 1350mph – more than twice the speed of sound – it was one of the most famous jets in aviation history.
Sign up for our online event to hear from Concorde pilot John Tye about what it was like to fly this fantastic aircraft. You’ll also hear first-hand accounts from passengers who will describe their experiences aboard the world’s fastest passenger jet.
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