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3/25/1993: First Female Concorde Pilot

Today in Aviation, Barbara Harmer made her first Concorde flight in 1993 as the First Officer of the daily London-New York route.

2/02/1969: Concorde Takes to the Skies

Today in Aviation, the Aérospatiale/BAC Concorde, the Anglo-French turbojet-powered supersonic passenger airliner icon, first flew in 1969.

Braniff and the Concorde

One of the often-overlooked chapters of Concorde’s history was Braniff International’s (BN) interchange flights.

Supersonic: The Origins of Concorde

A team of British and French engineers set to work on an audacious project: building a supersonic commercial aircraft.

In Photos: oneworld Opens 1st Branded European Lounge

oneworld inaugurated its 1st branded European lounge today at Amsterdam-Schiphol Airport. Take a look at its interior design.

1/30/1988: ‘Friendship One’ Sets Round-the-world Record

On this day in 1988, United Airlines 'Friendship One,' a Boeing 747SP, set a new round-the-world record, circling the globe in 36 hours, 54 minutes, and 15 seconds.

1/15/2002: Maiden Flight of the Airbus A318

On this day in 2002, the smallest member of the Airbus A320 family, the A318, took to the skies for the first time.

1/13/1974: First Commercial Flight at Dallas Fort Worth Airport

After 50 years, Dallas Fort Worth International Airport has grown to become one of the world's biggest and busiest airports.

NASA, Lockheed Martin Unveil X-59 Quiet Supersonic Aircraft

On Friday, NASA and Lockheed Martin officially revealed the experimental X-59 quiet supersonic aircraft, which aims to renew the feasibility of commercial planes capable of flying faster than the speed of sound.

12/18/1970: Airbus Industrie Becomes GIE

Airbus was officially created on this day in 1970. Today, the European manufacturer remains the largest plane maker in the world in terms of aircraft delivered.

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