Commercial supersonic flight is getting runway ready again

By Mathew Dickerson
June 10 2021 - 3:30am
Since the last Concorde flight in 2003, the travelling public has had to survive at subsonic speeds.

It was chief of the US Air Force's flight test engineering lab, Jack Ridley, that said: "there was a demon that lived in the air. Whoever challenged him would die. His controls would freeze up, his plane would buffet wildly, and he would disintegrate.

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