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Concorde (1969)

Concorde (1969)

The first supersonic passenger airliner entered service in 1976.

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Concorde, aviation, airplane, passenger carrier, supersonic, speed of sound, engine, jet engine, elevator, Great Britain, France, sound wave, speed record, invention, transportation, history of science, public transportation, aerodynamics, technology

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