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Concorde: The Final YYZ-JFK-LHR Flight

Concorde: The Final YYZ-JFK-LHR Flight
Photo taken in 2003.

The Concorde on its takeoff roll. Within seconds, it was airbourne and we're never to see the beautiful metal bird fly again.

Some stats:

_____________ British Airways ---------------- Air Canada
_____________ Concorde ----------------------- Boeing 747-400 Combi

Crusiing speed: 2,150 kmh------------------------- 910 kmh
Criusing altitude: 54,000 ft. -------------------------- 35,000 ft.
Total Flying time: 4 hr 5 mins ---------------------- 7 hours 50 mins.
(LHR-YYZ)

Return fare: USD $12,000 -------------------------- CAD $5,949 (First Class)
(2003 dollar) --------------------------------------------- CAD $1,084 (coach)

___ Length: 62.17 m ---------------------------------- 70.66 m
___ Wingspan: 25.56 m ------------------------------ 64.44 m
___ Height: 11.40 m ---------------------------------- 19.41 m

Accommodation: 100 (First Class) --------------- 296 (First Class + Coach), plus
-------------------------------------------------------------- 38 tonnes of frieght

Maximum Range: 6,500 km ------------------------ 10,700 km

Power Plants: 4 x Rolls Royce ------------------- 4 x Pratt & Whitney PW 4056
__________ SNECMA Olympus 593 Mk 610

Engine Thrust: 38,050 lbs each -------------------- 56,750 lbs each

Comments
Roy Lowry
Roy Lowry
What an icon. Superb to see!!
3 years ago.
Canadian Pacific has replied to Roy Lowry
Thank you, Roy, for you visit and comment! It's a very bad photo, taken with an autofocus film camera and under backlit conditions. Still, it's a record of one of the last revenue flights of the BA Concorde. Greetings from Toronto!
3 years ago.