This year marks 15 years since Concorde was retired. Can you believe it’s been that long?
We recently put together this guide on where you can still see Concorde today, as most of the airframes are now in museums around the world.
However, looking at them in museums doesn’t do Concorde full justice, so in this article I want to provide you with some incredible videos of Concorde in flight and in service from the days that it ruled the skies. Enjoy!
It tells the history of the aircraft from inception in the years following World War II, through its development, testing, service, the July 2000 crash, and its subsequent retirement and disbursement to museums around the world.
It’s an easy-to-read guide for anyone with an interest in Concorde, and includes technical details, production list, and lots of archive photographs.
(Alternatively, you can buy it on Amazon here)