Andre Turcat, Captain On Concorde’s First Flight, Dies At 94

On March 31, 1976, Andre Turcat ended the chapter of his life that made him famous. For the last time, he turned Concorde’s engines off after landing in Toulouse. After 740 hr. on Concorde and 6,500 hr. total on 110 different aircraft types, France’s most well-known pilot went into early retirement...

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