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  • BA's last ever Concorde to fly joins Aerospace Bristol museum

    The last Concorde ever to fly has joined Bristol’s future aerospace museum at Filton, in the west of England. It’s a location full of historical significance - the ten British models of the supersonic were assembled here. Watch the video without comment. Read the article.

  • British Airways to scrap free meals on its economy flights

    British Airways is soon to make passengers pay for meals on its short and medium-haul economy flights. The new penny-pinching measures come into play on 11th January for flights out of London’s two main airports. Read the article.

  • Concorde: 40 years since first commercial flights

    40 years ago to the day, on 21 January 1976, Concorde took its first passengers, to Rio de Janeiro and Bahrain. It was the beginning of a supersonic story that would last 27 years. A chapter in commercial aviation, which we decided to review in images without commentary. Read the article. Watch the video.

  • Engine fire on a British Airways flight: only slight injuries

    A British Airways’ Boeing 777 engine caught fire late yesterday afternoon as it was about to take-off from Las Vegas to London. A frightening experience for all on-board although only minor injuries were incurred. An investigation as to the causes has just begun.

  • The jet streams on which aircraft surf

    On 7th January, a British Airways Boeing 777 flew from New-York to London in just five hours and 16 minutes, instead of the usual seven hours. An exceptionally short flight time for a subsonic commercial aircraft made possible by an exceptionally strong tail wind, in this case a jet stream, or fast flowing, narrow air current. Here’s how…


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