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Aerospatiale Concorde (G-BOAG) - British airways taxing out for a short supersonic flight at the EAA Fly In.
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Aerospatiale Concorde (G-BOAG)

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British airways taxing out for a short supersonic flight at the EAA Fly In.

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Christopher P. Lee
I am so Glad and pleased to say I got fly it. We flew at 60,000 feet on a 2 1/2 hour promotional flight and got to see the curvature of the Earth... as well we did Mac 2!
Zack Trego
Awesome picture, I wish I was about 30 years older so I could have atleast have been ablt to fly on one. Do you know what year this is from?
CB HitchensPhoto Uploader
It was in the late 1980s if I remember correctly. They flew one in every other year over about a six year time span. Then I think they brought one back late in the Concorde's years. I went/worked at the Fly In for a vendor from 1981 to 1993.
Champdriver
The Concorde was at Oshkosh in '85, '88, '90, '94 and '98. There was a Concorde Reunion in '09, but it was only people involved with the plane, and not the plane itself.
Zack Trego
Thanks for the info. I love the history behind these birds.
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