United Airline’s announcement that it has placed an order for fifteen Boom Overture’s came as some sort of a shock on Thursday. While potentially opening a new chapter in the book of supersonic passenger aircraft, a lot needs to be done before the first...
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines generated a lot of attention on social media when it unveiled the futuristic Flying-V airliner concept last June at the IATA Annual General Meeting in Seoul. It repeated this feat last week when it had a flyable scale model demonstrator...
“Like never before in a civil aircraft, I am pushed in the back of my seat. You feel the speed, the gear rumbling underneath with each groove the wheels pass. A look outside the window and the world is racing past at some 400 km/h. Then we are airborne, and we climb...
News It was 50 years ago this month that the Concorde made its first flight in 1969. With a cruising speed of Mach 2.0, this airplane changed the way we did business, and remains my favorite commercial aircraft of all time. The key difference is productivity....
Forty years ago, on January 21, 1976, the Concorde made its first passenger flight. The magnificent lines of this airplane still seem timeless, much as the Lockheed Constellation a few generations before. The aircraft remains one of the most beautiful commercial...
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