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      The Concorde was a supersonic passenger jet developed jointly by the British and French governments. It was the first supersonic passenger aircraft to enter commercial service and was operated by British Airways and Air France. The Concorde had a maximum speed of over 2,000 mph, allowing it to fly across the Atlantic in less than 3.5 hours. It was equipped with four Rolls-Royce/Snecma Olympus 593 turbojet engines and had a seating capacity of up to 128 passengers. The aircraft was known for its distinctive pointed nose and delta wing design, which allowed it to fly at supersonic speeds. Despite its impressive performance, the Concorde was plagued by high operating costs, noise pollution, and other issues, which eventually led to its retirement from service in 2003. Despite its relatively short lifespan, the Concorde remains an iconic symbol of the golden age of aviation and represents a significant milestone in the history of aviation technology

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