A collaboration between the British and French governments, Concorde made its maiden flight in 1969, and entered commercial service in 1976. Capable of flying at 1450 mph (twice the speed of sound), the aeroplane could fly from London...More
May 31, 2013 License
Concorde arrives at it's final destination at The Museum of Flight, April 19, 2004 in Edinburgh, Scotland. The last decommissioned Concorde G-BOAA arrived at its new home heralded by pipers after its long trek across country on a road...More
April 19, 2004 License
Spectators watch the last ever British Airways commercial Concorde flight touch down at Heathrow airport October 24, 2003 in London. The world's only supersonic passenger aircraft, which has been flying commercial services for 27...More
An Air France Concorde takes off on its first flight with passengers since the crash of Concorde Flight 4590, Chateauroux, France, September 11, 2001. All the passengers were BA employees. The plane landed in New York shortly before...More
The left wing of supersonic passenger airliner Concorde, Air France Flight 4590, bursts into flame on take off from Paris Charles de Gaulle airport, Paris, en route for New York, 25th July 2000. Minutes later, the aircraft crashed in...More
November 30, 2012 License
Wreckage of Concorde Flight 4590 after it crashed in Gonesse, France on July 25th, 2000.
The cover of Newsweek International for the week of August 2, 2000 features an exclusive photograph of the Concorde take-off that clearly captures the fire on the inboard engine of the flight which crashed shortly after take-off June...More
January 01, 1900 License
A Concorde prototype stationary on a runway. A crew of mechanics are checking the rear of the plane.
An Air France Concorde takes off, France, March, 1994.
A British Airways Concorde on a Christmas flight to Finland, December 24, 1987.