Flying starts and crash landings

Baker-Smith, D.
May 1992
New Scientist;5/2/92, Vol. 134 Issue 1819, p36
Examines Britain's short-lived long-range civil aircraft industry. The success of the Comet in the early 1950s; Agreement between Great Britain and France in 1962 to build the Concorde; Costly errors made with the Comet and Concorde.


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