Aviation: Concorde Prototype
|Birthname||First test flight|
|born on||2 March 1969 at 15:40 (= 3:40 PM )|
|Place||Toulouse, France, 43n36, 1e26|
|Timezone||MET h1e (is standard time)|
|Astrology data||11°51' 22°55 Asc. 07°39'|
British airplane, one of the most elegant and expensive in the skies in the '90s, the pride of French and British aviation. The needle-nosed supersonic jet had its maiden flight from Toulouse airport with a recorded second of take-off. An aircraft for the elite, the Concorde offered a return trip between New York and London for f6,000, or $9,000.
The fleet comprised seven ships by 2000, and the first fatal crash occurred on 7/25/2000 outside Paris.
- compare to chart of Aviation: Concorde (born 21 January 1976)
- compare to chart of Accident: Concorde (born 25 July 2000)
Adam Smith quotes the precise time given in historic website accounts: 15:40:11. Bill Sheeran quotes same in "Chronicles of Aviation" as mentioned on the unofficial Concorde home page, given on email (ACT) 7/25/2000.
- Mundane : Medical/Science : Aviation (Concorde maiden flight)