- Second to none
size: 28” x 20”
Having flown over Bristol, her birthplace, Concorde G-BOAC heads
out over the Welsh coastline. Here, at 26,000 feet, the ‘inboard’
reheats are already lit while the ‘outboards’ have just
been selected. A second nudge is sensed as the extra thrust accelerates
Concorde towards the speed of sound – Mach 1 (about 675 mph).
At Mach 1.7 the reheats are switched off; but the acceleration continues
to Mach 2 while Concorde climbs towards 60,000 feet. Three and a
half hours after departing London having consumed 80 tonnes of fuel
– the same as a Boeing 747, but in less than half the time
- Concorde will have arrived in New York.
by a Concorde pilot, co-Pilot and a Flight Engineer.
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