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Dear friends and followers welcome back to this third and final episode of my Concorde documentary.
Within the first part of the video, I´ll be explaining the approach and landing part of Concorde, flying a standard ILS approach into New York John F. Kennedy airport. You´ll see some great footage from the inside of the cockpit during approach and landing and I`ll mention some interesting facts about the different procedure until Concorde is fully established on the ILS. Approach speeds, pitch attitude, when to extend the landing gear and how to deal with the famous Concorde nose.
Later in the video, I´ll be going over some mind-blowing facts which made Concorde so special and different from other airliners. Did you know, Concorde had no flaps or speed brakes/ground spoilers? Or as you extended the gear, the call out was “Gear down, four green”! Why four? You´ll see in the video!
And finally who flew with Concorde, and why the British public was so proud to be a part of Concorde? You´ll even see a short clip of a formation flight with the famous Royal Airforce – Red Arrows.
And my final words about how I feel about Concorde and the future of supersonic flight.
Thank you very much for your support throughout this video series. Also a huge thank you to Brooklands museum near London, for making this video possible. By the way, all the earnings of the three part series will be donated to the volunteers working at Brooklands museum, as they were so incredibly helpful during my time with Concorde “DELTA GOLF”.
Thanks for watching, all the best your “Captain” Joe
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