[Answers in post 19] Concorde Quiz

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Which 4 of these airlines operated the Concorde?

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  • Braniff International
  • British Airways
  • Delta Airlines
  • Singapore Airlines
  • Air France
  • Northwest Airlines
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What caused the crash of AFR4590?

  • Engine Failure
  • Fuel tank explosion
  • Aircraft ran over metal that ripped gear; rubber caught engine on fire
  • Over Fueling
  • Bomb

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When was the last flight of the Concorde?

  • June 2, 1998
  • August 24, 2002
  • July 25, 2000
  • September 14, 1990

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Where is an Air France Concorde on display?

  • Washington DC Smithsonian Museum
  • JFK
  • Paris Orly
  • Charles De Gaulle

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  • Apples
  • Oranges
  • Pears
    [/poll]
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Little problem with the first poll, two airlines operated the Concorde on a regular basis, I can only vote for one.

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Sorry about that, fixed now

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I only know the last one cause there is a plane that has been opperating out of Manchester and every time I click on it it tells me the location of the pic and has a Concorde in the background (The air France Concorde.)

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Defiantly was me…

I un-put it now

I only thought British and Air Rrance had one. Idk why I said delta.
Wait I glitched something now it know longer says I voted it!

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Same thing happened to me, just revote

I thought Singapore only half operate the Concorde? I learned only half the plane was in their colors, half the cabin crew was theirs, and none of the compost crew was theirs. They spilt it with BA.
Source:
[Airways News] (http://airwaysnews.com/blog/2013/10/23/concorde-airlines-braniff-international-singapore-airlines/)
Also a bit of knowledge from Intrepid Air & Space Musuem, as the Concorde that operated that service was the Concorde they have there.

They had a wet lease on it so the insurance cabin crew and maintenance were provided for them by the leasing company then Singapore just flew it.

I was also told on the Concorde to at the Entrepid Air & Space Musuem that BA still flew them, as Singapore pilots weren’t trained to.

Reword it then Singapore had control of 1 of them and they had a crew to fly it for them.

Since more than half the voters didn’t like the post, I’ll just announce the answers like this:

1:

Braniff International (1 on short term lease)
British Airways
Singapore Airlines (1 on short term lease)
Air France

2: Aircraft ran over metal that ripped gear; rubber caught engine on fire

3: July 25, 2000

4: Charles De Gaulle

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[quote=“JFKPlaneSpotter101, post:19, topic:32242”]
3: July 25, 2000
[/quote] I’m pretty sure that last Concorde flight was on November 26, 2003

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I just checked, it was October 24, 2003. I thought the question I put was when that crash happened

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You asked “when was the last flight?”