Re: Concorde Question?

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Date:         14 May 94 21:09:51 
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In article <airliners.1994.1216@ohare.Chicago.COM>, bfrank@engin.umich.edu
(Benjamin Andrew Frank) writes:

>I was in Paris in February and saw one at the gate with the wheel down, >and
wondered if the concord also has problems being tail-heavy when it >is empty.

Definitely not tail heavy! Like the 727, 767-300 and L/1011 tail skids, the
Concorde 'buggy' wheels come up and go down with the main and nose gear. There
is no separate control for the tail wheels.