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Concorde Flights

Mon Aug 21, 2006 12:55 pm


Is it true that concorde had different flight plans across the atlantic then regular commercial airlines. Does anyone have real concorde flight plans or the legs they flew? Thanks
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RE: Concorde Flights

Mon Aug 21, 2006 6:08 pm

Concorde had set Supersonic Tracks she had to follow between New York and London/Paris. IIRC, they were known as SM, SN, and SO. One was an Eastbound route, one a Westbound and the other could be used for either.

I have a copy at home with the tracks that were taken from the UK AIPs as they were no longer needed.
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