Ben SandilandsDec 11, 20164 Comments
This is the silly season when the Australia media usually fills its editions with absurdities, which can now be declared open with another Super Concorde story
Ben SandilandsMar 26, 201611 Comments
Richard Branson joins in the PR fantasy about a Concorde successor with an order for jets that will never be built
Ben SandilandsSep 19, 201528 Comments
Plans to bring back Concorde sound more like turning a dead supersonic jet into a tourist trap beside the Thames than putting it back into service in the stratosphere where it once belonged
Ben SandilandsJun 13, 201411 Comments
These exhibits will endure like relics, yet their intimate stories and personal connections will have faded and fallen silent, known only to the shadows and shafts of light that play over them.
Ben SandilandsMar 14, 20146 Comments
Airbus has tweeted a photo of Concorde F-WTSB MSN1 (also known as Development Concorde 201) being towed into the soon to open Aeroscopia Museum beside the Airbus headquarters at Tou
Ben SandilandsJun 16, 201320 Comments
There was a flying contest at Le Bourget north of Paris 40 years ago between the dueling supersonic airliners, the Concorde, and the Soviet Union’s TU-144.
Ben SandilandsMay 3, 20132 Comments
NASA studies possible study into potential low boom Concorde successor. Keep the champagne on ice.
Ben SandilandsDec 20, 20128 Comments
The dream of unrestricted supersonic passenger flight has been boosted by US patent filings from corporate jet maker Gulfstream
Ben SandilandsApr 6, 20125 Comments
Despite some misleading headlines in the US about a NASA supersonic flight breakthrough, there is some very promising progress about sonic boom reduction to report. The Aviat
Ben SandilandsApr 4, 201225 Comments
One of the most valued contacts this writer has in the air transport industry asked a supposedly simple question today as to ‘how do you think we will see today’s preoccupation with