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The Concorde

 

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January 21, 1976 was a historic day. On that day, two supersonic Concorde aircraft made there first flights. One took of from London and the other from paris. Later that year, the first Concorde flew to New York. The flight from London to New York took about three ours. Other planes took twice the time to make that flight! The fleet of Concorde's was retierd in 2003. Over the years, the planes had carryed more then 2.5 million passengers.

Answer Key

January 21, 1976, was an historic day. On that day, two supersonic Concorde aircraft made their first flights. One took off from London and the other from Paris. Later that year, the first Concorde flew to New York. The flight from London to New York took about three hours. Other planes took twice the time to make that flight! The fleet of Concordes was retired in 2003. Over the years, the planes had carried more than 2.5 million passengers.


Article by Gary Hopkins
Education World® Editor in Chief
Copyright © 2004 Education World

08/20/2004
 

 

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