Re: Concorde's Engines

Date:         04 Jun 99 00:58:58 
From:         spagiola@my-dejanews.com
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"Christian.Schulz" <Christian.Schulz@alcatel.de> wrote:
> Another interesting flight aspect was the airplane's constant gain of
> altitude during the whole flight, due to the fuel consumption and
> better efficiency at higher altitudes. This is unique because "normal"
> airliners are required to maintain a constant flight level.

Of course, now that SR-71s are no longer flying, there's no-one for
Concordes to run into at their altitudes.

Stefano Pagiola
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