Business jet research may soar in wake of Concorde crash

October 2000
Fairfield County Business Journal;10/23/2000, Vol. 39 Issue 43, p18
Forecasts heightened interest in the development of a supersonic business jet in the light of the disruption of Concorde services in 2000. British Airways and Air France's halting of operations of their supersonic transport fleets following the July 25, 2000, crash of an Air France Concorde in Paris, France; Focus of research on low-sonic-boom technology.


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