The firm establishment of transatlantic Concorde operation provides a basis for a review of the last year and for a look at the future. Much has been spoken and written on the engineering and technological achievements of designing and producing Concorde and, perhaps less objectively, on the social and environmental factors which have aroused strong emotions for and against its operation. The author believes that the team expertise demanded by competitive airline operation is no less than that to be found in design and production. The review therefore makes no apology for presenting the airline aspects, problems and achievements of the British Airways Concorde operation.
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