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Concorde: A Photographic History by Jonathan Falconer
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Concorde is the world's most famous passenger transport aircraft and an icon of 20th century design. When British Airways and Air France withdrew their Concordes from service in 2003 it marked the end of a unique era in supersonic air travel. For this first large-format full-colour tribute to Concorde, Jonathan Falconer has scoured a wide range of private collections, company archives and media libraries in order to compile a stunning collection of colour photographs that portray Concorde from its first flights in 1969 to its swansong in 2003.

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The only full-colour Concorde photographic tribute volume. Lavishly illustrated throughout. Many rare and previously unpublished photographs. Published to mark the 40th anniversary of Concorde's maiden flight on 2 March 1969.

Author Biography

Jonathan Falconer is an aviation author and publisher, with 19 published books to his credit. He had the opportunity to photograph BA's Concorde fleet at close quarters in the late 1980s. He lives in Bradford-on-Avon, Wiltshire.
Release date Australia
February 19th, 2008
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
col. Illustrations
J H Haynes & Co Ltd
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