30 Years Ago Jan. 9, 1979 — FAA yesterday awarded a certificate of airworthiness to the Anglo-French Concorde, the first commercial supersonic transport ever certified by FAA for use by U.S. airlines. Braniff will begin its Concorde interchange with Air France and British Airways with the Jan. 12 flight of two Concordes to DFW from Washington Dulles. 20 Years Ago Jan. 10, 1989 — U.S. officials were astonished last week when U.K. negotiators proposed new access to 90 U.S. cities ...
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