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 France and Great-Britain simultaneously started basic studies on a supersonic aircraft in 1956. These studies led in 1961 to two distinct projects which were combined on November 29, 1962, into a single project which assembled for main companies: Aérospatial, BAC, Rolls-Royce and SNECMA. The first prototype 001 left the Toulouse hangar on the 11 December 1967. Concorde had already smashed altitude records (2100m) and speed (Mach 2.2).On the 21 January 1976 a new chapter in commercial aviation history began, under the colours of British Airways and Air France.




  • Wingspan: 25.56m
  • Length: 61.74m
  • Cruising speed at 15 640m: Mach 2.05
  • Engine: 4 turbo reactors Rolls-Royce/Snecma Olympus 595


Nombre de pieces 151
Longueur maquette 87
Largeur maquette 37
Hauteur maquette -
Largeur boite 60
Hauteur boite 35
Profondeur boite 12
Contenu Maquette - 2 pinceaux - Pots de peinture - 1 tube de colle - 2 planches de décalcomanie - Plan de montage
Echelle 1/72
Age 14 ANS
Difficulté Avancé

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