Was the Concord's being removed from service divine intervention?

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AirportParty

Member since 27 Jan 2012

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Was the Concord's being removed from service divine intervention?

crosscourt

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Member since 01 Sep 2011

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what do you mean by divine intervention? if you mean the air france crash, then no. it was economics. i flew on it 16 times and remain sorry that it doesnt fly anymore.

P Conroy

Member since 10 Aug 2011

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silly question - God does not act like that.       I'm sorry I never had a chance to fly on the Concord

AirportParty

Member since 27 Jan 2012

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oh ok. Will i was quite impressed with their performance actually, and their ability. Ive seen the air crash investigations of the France crash, it is quite amazing isn't it?

Wern't they removed from service because they were too expensive to run?? Am I right? Or is that a silly question as well?

AlG

Member since 04 Nov 2010

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"Divine Intervention"? What are you smoking, AirportParty?

See Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Concorde for all you answers on this. It's a very tangled story!

AirportParty

Member since 27 Jan 2012

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thanks Al.

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